Anatole France

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

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Writers like Anatole France and Proust did not have to face the sort of hostile public Zola had.
Later, he did busts of such literary figures as Anatole France and Walt Whitman and portrait busts of such eminent contemporaries as Franklin D.
Address : 101, Avenue Anatole France - Cs 20718 10003 Troyes Cedex
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?
Panthers at Eagles (-3-1/2): Novelist Anatole France once said, ``It is human nature to think wisely and act foolishly.
It presents ideas and writings of political theorists representing all aspects of socialist, anarchist, and what would later be known as communist thought, among them Jules Michelet, Henri de Saint-Simon, Robert Owen, Mikhail Bakunin, Anatole France, Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels, Leon Trotsky, and Vladimir Ilich Lenin--who arrived at Petrograd's (St.
The case attracted the support of such writers as Anatole France, Marcel Proust, and Emile Zola.
Address : Service Marchs Publics, 126 Rue Anatole France, 01100, Oyonnax, F