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André Gide

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1947 Nobel Prize Literature Winner André Gide News

How Morocco became a haven for gay Westerners in the 1950s
BBC News
Its bookshelves are another reminder of Tangier's huge literary legacy which includes Jean Genet, Andre Gide, Tennessee Williams, Truman Capote, Gore Vidal and Joe Orton, all of whom were gay or bisexual, as well as many others, from Samuel Pepys to ...

1947 Nobel Prize Literature Winner André Gide News

La nuit est encore jeune goes to Mumbai
nation.lk - The Nation Newspaper
He directed his first tele-feature-series “Kokila Sandwaniya” in 2003, inspired by the French novel “La Symphonie Pastorale” by Andre Gide. He then directed a short film series for television “Rathi Virathi”, inspired by the short stories of Italian ...

1947 Nobel Prize Literature Winner André Gide News

Finding Myself in Junot Diaz
Huffington Post
André Gide and T.C. Boyle, writers I love, have caricatured people of color in their fiction. Chinua Achebe famously criticized Joseph Conrad's use of the primitive in his classic, The Heart of Darkness. And this is not limited to men. There is a long ...

1947 Nobel Prize Literature Winner André Gide News

Nobel prize winner Patrick Modiano hailed as modern Marcel Proust
The Guardian
Modiano, 69, is the 15th Frenchman – never a woman – to win the 8m kronor (£700,000) prize and follows in the footsteps of countrymen such as André Gide, Albert Camus and Jean-Paul Sartre. While he is well known in France, Modiano is something of an ...



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