Malraux


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French novelist (1901-1976)

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In thus dissociating art from any sense of permanence (though not, as we have seen, denying the ubiquity of the means employed), Malraux is not predicting its demise, or engaging in speculation about the 'death of art'.
Todd cumple con la buena formula y consigue actualizar a su personaje con elementos que el anterior biografo canonico de Malraux, Jean Lacouture, no manejaba.
As he recounts the fabulous life of Malraux, Todd shatters the myth of the French national hero.
The Houses of Culture flourished over the first 10 years of Malraux's tenure as Culture Minister but began to flounder after the 1968 student revolt against General Charles de Gaulle, the head of state who let Malraux create his network of Houses of Culture.
The Pantheon's mingling of sacred and secular elements provides a particularly appropriate setting for the remains of Andre Malraux (1901-76).
8 Andre Malraux, La Condition humaine, in Oeuvres completes (Paris, 1989), 624.
Wharton made fun of-the acquisition of the latest avant-garde paintings, rushing out to the Theater of the Absurd, quickly boning up on Malraux to add gloss to your cocktail conversation-more frenetic perhaps because a social aspirant now has nothing but cultivation to rely on to distinguish himself, has no listing in a social register to point to when this other, extremely vulnerable form of legitimacy begins to erode.
In 1923 Malraux went to Indochina as an archaeologist but soon became active in the revolutionary upheavals in China.
It quickly became the drink of choice for the cafe society of post-World War I Paris, and there are references to the Pernod brand in works by such important 20th century writers as Andre Malraux, Louis Aragon, Antoine de Saint- Exupery, Paul Claudel and Albert Camus.
The gie amphitheater, a group of economic interest, with its headquarters at 6 avenue andr malraux at 57000 metz, registered in the register of commerce and companies of metz under the number 480 557 891, represented by mr.
One of the enduring characteristics of French life, both in perceptions from outside and self-perceptions within, is a special, state-level relationship with culture, embodied by its culture ministry, which was born under Charles de Gaulle in 1959 and led for its first decade by the enigmatic and visionary Andre Malraux.
Malraux portrays the horrific episode from the victim's point of view and shows how the German officers must have felt just before their execution (Malraux, Man's Fate, trans.
It is not (nor was it meant to be) one of those works that produce "fissures in the millstone that grinds everything," to take a phrase from Jean-Francois Lyotard's Soundproof Room: Malraux's Anti-Aesthetics (1998), his reading of Andre Malraux, that describes cracks in the system, fissures Malraux longed for as a form of resistance to a vegetative cosmos.
Joel Loehr, da Universidade da Borgonha, Franca, no ambito do Programa de Pos-Graduacao em Letras Neolatinas da Faculdade de Letras da UFRJ, no dia 17 de abril de 2009, e constitui uma sintese de comunicacoes feitas durante varios coloquios dedicados a obra de Andre Malraux e de artigos publicados em diversas revistas literarias.
Llegado a Espana en 1938, colaboro con Andre Malraux en el rodaje de Sierra de Teruel, adaptacion cinematografica de su novela L 'Espoir