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André Gide

1946 Nobel Prize Literature Winner
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1947 Nobel Prize Literature Winner André Gide News

Six novelists who didn't publish until they were 40

Telegraph.co.uk
He paid for the publishing costs from his own pocket after the manuscript was rejected by the publishing house N.R.F, where the Nobel Prize-winning Andre Gide was editor-in-chief. It took 15 years to publish Proust's works, and the author died before ...

1947 Nobel Prize Literature Winner André Gide News

Faith on the Front

Commonweal
Among his friends in Paris was André Gide, a Protestant by upbringing and a protestant in literature and life, and one of France's most influential modern writers. Learning of Ghéon's departure for the Belgian front, Gide told him to look up a man by ...

1947 Nobel Prize Literature Winner André Gide News

Arnold Gingrich: a well tempered angler

Scholars and Rogues
It was a copy of The Well-Tempered Angler by Arnold Gingrich. Having just muddled my way through Andre Gide's Corydon and just become a grandfather, I was feeling the need for something – shall we say, self-indulgent? The Well-Tempered Angler fit the ...

1947 Nobel Prize Literature Winner André Gide News

Andre Gide's Corydon: Defending who you are…

Scholars and Rogues
The complex and provocative André Gide is known for his unconventional examinations of morality in which he usually pits the conventions of accepted public morals against the individual moral (sometimes amoral) views of his characters. In novels such a ...



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