A Letter to Jean Deprun

by Bernard-Henri Lévy

Cher Deprun,

This is what we called you in those irreverent times of September 1967, which was when I entered my second year at the Lycée Louis-le-Grand in Paris. We would just say ‘Deprun’. Never ‘Monsieur Deprun’, in the way Camus said ‘Monsieur Germain’ to the old teacher whose ‘generous heart’ […]

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