Andre Malraux

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French novelist (1901-1976)


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(1) Andre Malraux, Anti-memoirs, translated from the French by Terence Kilmartin, Harmondsworth: Penguin Books, 1967, p.
Head of a bodhisattva, 3rd-4th century, Hadda, Afghanistan, stucco, ht 29.4cm, Musee Guimet, Paris (formerly in the collection of Andre Malraux)
A new Council was elected: Christiane David (Mediatheque musicale Mahler), Patricia Frechon (Conservatoire national superieur de musique et de danse de Paris), Isabelle Gauchet Doris (Centre de documentation de la musique conte mporaine), Fabienne Gaudin et Elisabeth Wiss (Cite de la musique), Elizabeth Giuliani et Cecile Reynaud (Bibliotheque nationale de France), Claire Griot (Conservatoire a rayonnement departemental de Mantes en Yvelines), Adelaide Kientzi (Conservatoire de Strasbourg), Thierry Manant (Conservatoire a rayonnement regional de Brest), Priscilla Winling (Mediatheque Andre Malraux de Strasbourg), and Valerie de Wispelaere (Conservatoire national superieur de musique et de danse de Lyon).
Joel Loehr e um especialista da obra de Andre Malraux, e como tal se vem apresentando em inumeros eventos, trazendo sempre uma leitura arguta e pessoal que contribui para a renovacao dos estudos malrucianos.
Andre Malraux's THE WAY OF THE KINGS (1843914069, $15.00) provides an excellent piece of classic literature in telling of two who decide to embark on an expedition into Cambodia.
He notes shifting critical judgements, recent theses and publications, including the Pleiade writings on art and Dits et ecrits d'Andre Malraux by Jacques Chanussot and Claude Travi (Dijon: Editions Universitaires de Dijon, 2003), as well as suggesting future 'chantiers' for research (Malraux's relationship to poetry, the mass media, and oratory, among others).
He believed, as Andre Malraux once said, that 'the 21st century will be the century of the spiritual or will not be'.
ANDRE MALRAUX, AT A very early age, expressed his determination to sculpt his own commemorative statue.
A now-creaky law instigated by Andre Malraux in 1959 continues to earmark 1% of each hardtop ticket for shorts, but industryites grumble that the measure is rarely enforced equitably.
The Musee Andre Malraux, one of France's most architecturally innovative and culturally significant art museums, has been given a vigorous new lease of life.
Writers under scrutiny are Georges Bataille, Michel Leiris, Roger Caillois, Andre Malraux, and the early Jean-Paul Sartre.
In addition to major works by such contemporary writers as Gide, Marcel Proust, Andre Malraux, Jean-Paul Sartre, Albert Camus, and many lesser French authors, the firm published the well-known La Pleiade series of French literary classics.
The first time the law had sparked outcry was over a 1996 stamp featuring a well-known photo of Andre Malraux, the award-winning author and culture minister of Charles de Gaulle's cabinet, sans his trademark cigarette.