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André Gide

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1947 Nobel Prize Literature Winner André Gide News

What Price Fame: James Dean Was “Barely a Celebrity” Before He Died
TIME
... for stunts on a TV game show called Beat the Clock — a sort of precursor to Minute to Win It in which contestants competed in absurd timed challenges — to a well-reviewed role as a young gigolo in a Broadway adaptation of Andre Gide's The Immoralist.

1947 Nobel Prize Literature Winner André Gide News

Trip Through Time / Great mystery novels born in downtown / Georges Simenon ...
The Japan News
In addition to his detective stories, Simenon is also critically acclaimed for such novels as the internationally renowned masterpieces “La neige etait sale” (Dirty Snow) and “Monsieur Hire.” Andre Gide, a French winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature ...

1947 Nobel Prize Literature Winner André Gide News

This Extraordinary Diary Reminds Us Why Books Matter
The New Republic
André Gide published in collaborationist journals. Sacha Guitry and Jean Cocteau openly supported, and socialized with, the occupying authorities. Writers from the far right such as Robert Brasillach and Pierre Drieu la Rochelle wrote Vichy propaganda ...

1947 Nobel Prize Literature Winner André Gide News

Learning lessons from Oz
Salina.com
Nobel Prize winner and French writer Andre Gide is credited with saying "The ugly can be beautiful; the pretty never." Understandably, many people are going to be confused, offended or challenged by this idea. A few years ago during a discussion about ...



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