Anatole France

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French writer of sophisticated novels and short stories (1844-1924)

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When Albert Einstein wrote, "It is a miracle that curiosity survives formal education," he realised that much teaching lacks the art about which Anatole France had written.
The novel's interpolation of Anatole France, in particular, speaks unmistakably to this project.
As Anatole France said, "If fifty million people say a foolish thing, it is still a foolish thing.
7 with readings of ``Putois'' by Anatole France and ``Benefit Performance'' by Bernard Malamud.
Writers like Anatole France and Proust did not have to face the sort of hostile public Zola had.
Another hostess prevailed upon one of Proust's literary gods (and model for his own Bergotte), Anatole France, to preface it - "bullied" and "extracted" are the terms used by biographers - who opens his appeal with the blunt "Why have I promised to undertake this most agreeable but perfectly useless task?