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The burden of such luck weighed on Gary for the rest of his life.He went to Central Africa, where he behaved badly; to Cairo, where he was very ill; to Syria, where he failed to sink an Italian submarine; then back to Britain when the Lorraine Squadron acquired Boston bombers to help prepare the invasion.From Spring 1943, FO Kacew de Gari flew hedge-hopping daylight sorties from Surrey to drop high explosives on targets near the Channel coast. Gary was badly injured by enemy fire during a mission that he saved from disaster.He was awarded the Croix de Guerre, the Légion d’honneur, and made a Compagnon de la Libération. He sat up all night in his Nissen hut to dash off a novel that was first published in English as Forest of Anger before appearing – transformed – in French.He’d studied law at Aix-en-Provence and then in Paris, living on odd jobs and croissants filched from bars.He naturalised at the age of 21 and was called up in 1938.
Of the 200 airmen who enlisted at the start, only five remained alive in 1945.At a routine diplomatic dinner, he set his pale-blue eyes on a blonde beauty famous for being Joan of Arc, and for her role in Jean-Luc Godard’s A Bout de Souffle.Romain Gary and Jean Seberg fell for each other in an instant.He spoke Russian and Yiddish as native languages and had acquired Polish properly, too.(Vilna, where Gary was born in 1914, was part of Poland between 19.) He knew German because he’d taken it at school, but at his lycée in Nice he’d won first prize in French composition, and had in his youth drafted countless French novels, now lost.
He resigned his post, and the couple resettled in Paris – when they were not in Morocco, Lausanne, Rome or Long Island on one or another of Seberg’s location shoots.