Gide, le inconfessabili confessioni dell'immoralista
André Gide (1869-1951): ha vinto il Nobel nel 1957. Tra le sue opere più famose, «Corydon», «Se il seme non muore», «L'immoralista», «I sotterranei del Vaticano». Maestro di più generazioni, titolare di una prosa limpida, iconoclasta, ha affilato le ...
Rautzhan: Books shows courage and determination
Port Huron Times Herald
André Gide once wrote, “One doesn't discover new lands without consenting to lose sight of the shore for a very long time.” Isn't that what life's all about? Maybe it's not so much that we're searching for the meaning of life, but that we search to ...
Whether describing a motor trip with James through some part of Europe or a dinner party with Bernard Berenson or Andre Gide or Marcel Proust at her apartment at 58 rue de Varenne in Paris, or an exchange of letters between herself and a lover (William ...
Wilde about Paris – An Irishwoman's Diary about Oscar Wilde's life in exile
Wilde hailed the French writer André Gide one day, as Gide passed a cafe terrace. “Gide sat with his back to the pavement, and Oscar said 'No. Come and sit next to me',” Rose recounts. “Gide did not want to be seen sitting next to Wilde, but he obeyed.