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LIFE MUST GO ON

When I returned the time of the first anniversary of Janine's death was approaching. I had an anniversary Mass celebrated at Saint-Pierre de Neuilly; they played the same music as at her funeral. Faure,.Handel and the harmonious voices of the choir reawakened and then assuaged my grief. Madame de Caillavet attended this Mass, together with my friends of Pontigny, my friends of the war and a few of my literary friends.
Through Grasset Irhad become acquainted with Paul Morand, Fran4ois Mauriac and Jean Giraudoux. At the Du Bos' I had met Jean-Louis Vaudoyer and Jacques Chardonne. Edmond Jaloux and his wife Germaine had become delightful friends. Germaine Jaloux, an excellent pianist, taught me at that time to love Wagner. In this field I once more encountered Simone de Caillavet, who was a devoted Wagnerian. She invited me to her home rather often, and there I saw Henri de Regnier, Gabriel Hanotaux, Paul Valery and the dear Abbe Mugnier, an indulgent and romantic priest who was the first to make me love and understand Ch'ateaubriand. Each time he saw me he would recite some beautiful phrases:
`Oh, Monsieur Maurois!' he would say to me ...`Do you remember the moon of Combourg and "that majestic secret of melancholy which it loves to impart to the ancient oaks and to the antique shores of the sea"? ... How beautiful it is!'
And his eyes would sparkle with enthusiasm, his white hair would form a hazy and poetic nimbus about his head. I loved him very much.
Simone de Caillavet's mother, Madame Maurice Pouquet - who was still young, celebrated for her beauty and possessed of a redoubtable and mordant wit -had revived in her mansion in the Avenue Hoche the tradition of her mother-in-law Madame Arman de Caillavet, and in her home I found the Poincares, great friends of the family, Professor Dumas, General Weygand, Admiral Lacaze, Anna de Noailles, Paul Souday, Henri-Robert, Paul Valery and many writers of my generation. I was timid and rarely spoke in these assemblies, still being bewildered by the rapidity of Paris conversations. I preferred to see Simone de Caillavet alone and have her describe for me, with her relentless memory, this Parisian world of which I knew so little. From my province I had little realized the secret bonds that unite the political, the financial, the literary and social worlds. The role of an institution like the Academie Franqaisc

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