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André Gide

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The Poem That Made Picasso Possible

Wall Street Journal
The group—les Mardists, as they were eventually called—grew to include writers and painters from Paul Verlaine and André Gide to Claude Monet and Edgar Dégas. As the poet's fame grew, he became something of a sage. Journalists looking to entertain ...

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Speaking Truth With Loathing and Falsehood With Love

FrontPage Magazine
That recalls an observation from French writer Andre Gide, author of The Immoralist, and winner of the Nobel Prize for literature in 1947. The friends of the Soviet Union, Gide wrote in The God That Failed, the 1949 anti-Communist classic, refused to ...

1947 Nobel Prize Literature Winner André Gide News

'Biskra: Visions of an Oasis' at Arab World Institute

BLOUIN ARTINFO
This show has been born from responses of European avant-gardists who visited around 1900, such as André Gide for letters (The Immoralist), Henri Matisse for art (Blue Nude, Souvenir of Biskra), and Bela Bartok for music (phonographs of Arab song that ...

1947 Nobel Prize Literature Winner André Gide News

5 destinations that transform literary or screen fantasy into reality

YourStory.com
But as French author Andre Gide rightly said, “Man cannot discover new oceans unless he has the courage to lose sight of the shore.” So, in the spirit of turning the travel of our fantasies into reality, here are five exotic and off-beat locations that ...

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