Gide


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French author and dramatist who is regarded as the father of modern French literature (1869-1951)

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Back in the 1890s, when he was starting out, he and his friend AndrAaAaAeA@ Gide used to attend the "Tuesday" conversatio with the older poets at MallarmAaAaAeA@'s apartment in Paris, and he ca away from those discussions and from his studies with a set of anxieties and ideas that bore directly on matters of lucidity.
Por su parte, el Programa Especial de Ciencia, Tecnologia e Innovacion 2014-2018 (PECITI) consigna que "a partir de 2014 el gide se incrementara en terminos reales el 0.
When Gide returned to France in 1945, Barrault had already made an outline of scenes, and the two men worked closely for the next several months to co-write the first theatrical adaptation of Kafka's novel.
We are delighted that Gide chose to remain at Tower 45.
Tout au long de son oeuvre et de sa vie, Andre Gide a evoque a plusieurs reprises et de diverses manieres plusieurs problemes que l'etre humain peut rencontrer au cours de son existence.
Both Stravinsky and Gide opposed the strongest religious movement in Paris at the time, with which Coupeau was involved, Le Renouveau Catholique
Pernod Ricard added that it was advised in this transaction by BNP Paribas, Horten and Gide Loyrette Nouel.
Van Tuyl writes that Gide denounces as degenerate those homosexuals whose sexual practices differ from his own, using the classical conception of pederasty to understand and justify his sexual morality.
Gonzalez-Crussi, the author of The Day of the Dead: And Other Mortal Reflections (1993), cites Andre Gide, the French novelist and memoirist.
Herve Jodoin, middle-aged misanthrope and serious drinker, grudgingly takes a job at the bookstore and is soon let in on its secret: it sells books that the Church has forbidden, books by "writers like Gide, Maeterlinck, Renan, Voltaire, Zola.
He then turns to Western observers, with separate short chapters focusing in particular on the texts of Bertrand Russell, Arthur Koestler, Andre Gide, Lion Feuchtwanger, Bertolt Brecht, and, his longtime favorite and most extensively researched example, Walter Benjamin.
Existe, sin duda, una razon historica para tal esmero: a finales de 1912 Jean Schlumberger y Andre Gide reciben y rechazan el original de Por el camino de Swann, primera parte de la maravillosa obra de Marcel Proust, En busca del tiempo perdido.
She was, until recently, at Gide Loyrette Nouel, a law firm, as head of the Beijing office.
are acting as advisors to PriceMinister on the transaction, while Gide Loyrette Nouel is acting as its legal counsel.
L'oeuvre d'Andre Gide revele, depuis les premiers textes publies, une preoccupation pour l'effet que pouvait avoir son ecriture sur ses lecteurs --au debut tres peu nombreux mais proches.