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André Gide

1946 Nobel Prize Literature Winner
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André Gide a 20 ans
André Gide a 20 ans
André Gide à 20 ans
"Fish die belly upward, and rise to the surface. Its their way of falling". Andre Gide
André Gide en 1890
André Gide, de Félix Vallotton, gravure sur bois, 1898
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Historic hotel's items up for sale
The Connexion
The Lutetia, which has welcomed guests including Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, James Joyce, Samuel Beckett, Jean-Paul Sartre, André Gide and The Little Prince author Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, closed earlier this month for a three-year renovation ...

1947 Nobel Prize Literature Winner André Gide News

Parisian hotel Lutetia to auction furniture collection this May
Yahoo Philippines News
Built in 1910, the hotel has hosted a number of famous figures from the world of the arts and letters through the years. Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, James Joyce, Samuel Beckett, Jean-Paul Sartre, André Gide and "The Little Prince" author Antoine de ...

1947 Nobel Prize Literature Winner André Gide News

The Roar of the Newsprint, the Smell of the Crowd
Vanity Fair
Norman Mailer, the silent partner (“I'm only in this for the money”), waited about 15 minutes after Volume I, No. 1 of The Voice, to launch himself as a weekly columnist, beginning with a great quote from Andre Gide: “Please do not understand me too ...

1947 Nobel Prize Literature Winner André Gide News

Why a little of everything is fishy!
The Daily Star
French Nobel laureate Andre Gide writes that fish die belly upward and rise to the surface because it is their way of falling. This aphorism aptly captures the essence of our madness, which unrelentingly encourages falling as rising. It's equally true ...

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