Raymond Roussel

Raymond Roussel (1877–1933) was a French poet, novelist, playwright, musician, chess enthusiast, neurasthenic and drug addict. Through his novels, poems and plays he exerted a profound influence on certain groups within 20th-century French literature, including the Surrealists, Oulipo and the authors of the Nouveau Roman.

OUR IMPRINTS

Please note that the cut-off for orders before Christmas is midday on the 21st December. Click here for more information. Dismiss