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André Gide

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Festival D'Aix-en-Provence Launches 2015 Season Today

Broadway World
Perséphone is a hybrid theater work of song, choral singing, dance, instrumental music, and speech, performed with the title role spoken. The work was commissioned by Russian actress/arts patron Ida Rubenstein for a sung ballet on a poem by Andre Gide, ...

1947 Nobel Prize Literature Winner André Gide News

What Would Edward Sagarin Think? Or Donald Webster Cory?

Huffington Post
He had invented the pseudonym as an homage to Corydon, one of the fictional gay characters created by the French author and Nobel laureate, Andre Gide. After his speech, in which he called for the decriminalization of homosexuality, Sagarin-Cory took ...

1947 Nobel Prize Literature Winner André Gide News

Writer James Salter remembered for his sophisticated prose

The Globe and Mail
“Look, by that time I had read [Albert] Camus, I had read [André] Gide. I had read writers of greater elegance and greater intellectual sinew than you usually find in American writers.” A Sport and a Pastime, like future Salter works, demonstrated the ...

1947 Nobel Prize Literature Winner André Gide News

Transforming his life into art

Bay Area Reporter
He had intimate "friendships" with writer/artist Lucien Daudet and Venezuelan-born composer Reynaldo Hahn. After Proust's death, the openly gay Nobel Prize-winning writer Andre Gide (1869-1951) published their correspondence and confirmed that Proust ...



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