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wait for death. Death did not come, and the unfortunate man had to begin to live again among friends who now knew all about him and who henceforth refused to accept him as the Personage he had played all his life. I called the story La NuitMarocaine or Mort et Resurrection de Philippe. Philippe's confession was the story of his love for three successive women and the harm he had done to all of them because of his weaknesses.
When Simone had copied the story and I had re-read it, I observed that two of the three women (the first and the third) were very much alive, but the middle one, jenny Sorbier, an actress, was completely unreal. The Moroccan setting of the beginning and the epilogue had not turned out very well either. By abolishing it, together with jenny Sorbier, there remained the framework of a novel. Almost unconsciously I began to develop it and it `came' with extraordinary ease. Was it because it was close to my life? Actually it was rather far removed, and those who read both Climats and the present account, will see that in many points the divergence is great. But I was able to nourish my imaginary characters on real emotions, hence the ease of composition.
Heroes in novels sometimes escape from the novelist's control. In my first version of Climats Philippe Marcenat after the death of Odile made up his mind to take measures against romantic love by entering upon a conventional marriage. He married his own cousin Renee Marcenat, a mature young woman of sound character but no beauty. When I re-read the book, however, I found strange discords. My Philippe of the first part who had found in Odile the incarnate Enchantress of his dreams could not have agreed to the sensible marriage I planned to impose upon him. To induce Philippe to remarry it was necessary to give him the illusion of an Enchantress lost and found again, to put him in the presence of a woman close enough to `his type' for him honestly to believe that it was the reincarnation of Odile. Isabelle was born of the impossibility I encountered of making Philippe marry Renee, and Isabelle in essence is Philippe himself transmuted into a woman, just as Stendhal's Lamiel is the female counterpart of Julien Sorel. What Isabelle brings to Philippe is less the image of Odile than the reflection of his own youth.
When this new version was finished I realized that the first part was moving;-the second, painful. Why? Because in the first part the hero kept saying: `I am in love and am not loved in return'; in the second: `I am loved, I do not love,' which seemed insupportably fatuous. I decided

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