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LIFE MUST GO ON

to me. It belonged to Anatole France's elderly friend, the mother of Gaston de Caillavet, co-author with Robert de Flers of Le Roi, Primerose and 1'Habit Vert. I expected to see a domineering old lady. I was delightfully surprised when I entered a ground,floor apartment in the Boulevard Malesherbes with Grasset and was presented to a young woman. My hostess was pretty and handsomely dressed in a black and white gown. She knew of my bereavement and talked to me with a compassion that touched me deeply. The Marshal had been detained by some official duty and did not appear, but thanks to Val6ry, Robert de Flers, Henri-Robert, Grasset and Madame de Caillavet herself, who knew countless anecdotes and told them wittily, the conversation was sparkling and the luncheon delightful. I left with Grasset:
`Now,' I said, `explain this mystery. I expected to see a very old woman. . . .
He burst into laughter:
`You're dreaming! Madame Arman de Caillavet has been dead for fifteen years; this is her granddaughter, Simone de Caillavet.'
`Then why is she called Madame de Caillavet? Why not Mademoiselle?'
`Because she was once married. During the Peace Conference she married a foreign diplomat. After three years the marriage was broken, annulled.'
`She is unhappy?'
`I don't know at all ... Her mother (the widow of Gaston de Caillavet) is remarried, to a cousin of hers and her name is now Madame Maurice Pouquet ... Robert de Flers, who was Simone's guardian, takes the place of a father ... Many writers and politicians come to her house, some because she is intelligent, others to see Robert de Flers.'
`Has she any children?'
`A little girl of four.'
`Is she a writer?'
`Some time ago she wrote verses and a few articles. I do not know whether she still writes. But she is much interested in literature ... By the way, you're a great admirer of Proust, you must talk to her about him. She knew him very well.'
Madame de Caillavet had asked me to inscribe certain of my books for her. I took them to her myself; she was at home and received me; this was what I had hoped. This time I looked at her apartment more closely;

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