Eric Naulleau, author, literary critic and television host - François-Henri Désérable, writer.
"When you meet important people, important men, promise me to tell them: at No. 16, on the Rue Grande-Pohulanka, in Wilno, lived Mr. Piekielny ..." When he made the promise to Mr. Piekielny, his neighbor, Roman Kacew was a child. He became an adult, a resistant, a diplomat and a writer by the name of Romain Gary, and he always complied: "From the UN podium to the London Embassy, from the Federal Palace of Bern at the Elysee, in front of Charles de Gaulle and Vichinsky, before the high dignitaries and builders for a thousand years, I have never failed to mention the existence of the little man, "he says in The promise of dawn, his romanticized autobiography. One day in May, chance struck François-Henri Désérable at No. 16, rue Grande-Pohulanka. He decided on that day to go in search of a certain Mr. Piekielny.
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