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Fri Mar 21 17:16:08 2014 UTClccn-n790436300.28Night flight,0.440.63André Gide96973963André_Giden 79043630277050A. GideA. Gide 1869-1951A. JiddoA. Jiddo 1869-1951A.ジッドA.ジッド 1869-1951André GideAndré Gide 1869-1951Chi-te, 1869-1951Ǧīd, Andrīh, 1869-1951Gide, A.Gide, AndréGide, Andre, 1869-1951Gide, André P. 1869-1951Gide, André Paul GuillaumeGide, André Paul Guillaume, 1869-1951Gide, Andrzej.Gide-Valéry, ... 1869-1951Ji, De, 1869-1951Jīd, Andra, 1869-1951Jīd, Āndrah, 1869-1951Jiddo, Andore, 1869-1951Jide, 1869-1951Jit, Ān̲ṭrē, 1869-1951L̲īṭu, Āntrē, 1869-1951Xhid, Andre, 1869-1951Zhid, A. (Andre), 1869-1951Zhid, Andre, 1869-1951Zhiīd, Andrah, 1869-1951Žīd, Āndra 1869-1951Žid, Andre.Žid, Andre 1869-1951Žids, Andrē, 1869-1951Ziid, Andrah, 1869-1951Zint, Antre, 1869-1951Ζιντ, ΑντρέЖид, А., 1869-1951Жид, Андре 1869-1951זשיד, אנדרה, 1869-1951أندريه جيد، 1869-1951جيد، اندريهچيد، اندريهژيد، اندرهジイド, アンドレジッド, Aジッド, アンドレジード, アンドレlccn-n83216713Bussy, Dorothytrllccn-n79061368Camus, Albert1913-1960lccn-n79021736Proust, Marcel1871-1922edtlccn-n79106134Sartre, Jean Paul1905-lccn-n50035423O'Brien, Justin1906-1968trledtlccn-n80126188Saint-Exupéry, Antoine de1900-1944lccn-n50040916Martin, Claude1933-othadpauianndrtedtlccn-n80036696Bernanos, Georges1888-1948prflccn-n79042038Wilde, Oscar1854-1900lccn-n79007043Cocteau, Jean1889-1963auinrtGide, André1869-1951FictionCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyDiariesDramaAllegoriesHistoryDomestic fictionRecords and correspondenceParodies, imitations, etcGide, André,French fictionCamus, Albert,Duhamel, Georges,Bernanos, Georges,Saint-Exupéry, Antoine de,Mauriac, François,Proust, Marcel,Romains, Jules,French literatureFranceCéline, Louis-Ferdinand,Malraux, André,Giono, Jean,Authors, FrenchLiteratureGay menMartin Du Gard, Roger,Giraudoux, Jean,Cocteau, Jean,FictionSarraute, NathalieTintoretto,Nizan, PaulGiacometti, Alberto,Merleau-Ponty, Maurice,Political and social viewsPsychological fictionEthicsSocial historyDostoyevsky, Fyodor,Bosco, Henri,Queneau, Raymond,Breton, André,Aymé, Marcel,HomosexualityAir pilotsWoolf, Virginia,Hesse, Hermann,Jouhandeau, Marcel,Ramuz, C. F.--(Charles Ferdinand),Radiguet, Raymond,Colette,Apollinaire, Guillaume,Alain-Fournier,Lenormand, H.-R.--(Henri-René),ClergyWorld War (1939-1945)Mann, Thomas,Joyce, James,186919511881188918911892189318951896189718981899190019011902190319041905190619071908190919101911191219131914191519161917191819191920192119221923192419251926192719281929193019311932193319341935193619371938193919401941194219431944194519461947194819491950195119521953195419551956195719581959196019611962196319641965196619671968196919701971197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013195760491617014843.912PQ2613.I2ocn000831883ocn000338963ocn001226627ocn002147057ocn000911480ocn005897422ocn029024362ocn007376047ocn181459838ocn459354657ocn042028472ocn002879104ocn029594728ocn005186385ocn855188511ocn818850920ocn022010809ocn057375897ocn027606216ocn054388494ocn417595758ocn463220075ocn008989831ocn001003564ocn464576770ocn417559401ocn030062881ocn037662982ocn011758540ocn000909772ocn462049880ocn463648332ocn413034461ocn459203895ocn463586871ocn797940494ocn468784574ocn468820795ocn460366019ocn438531205ocn461748999ocn461987866ocn459879591ocn185476283ocn797154208ocn461547008ocn462038636ocn461598936ocn185272080ocn691954550ocn463519898ocn309999090ocn631751648ocn463115822ocn463115381ocn256553031ocn310093561ocn462426185ocn464724922ocn249882157ocn073559517ocn073717962ocn073812980ocn072939395ocn073875921ocn072219025ocn723813808ocn724306927ocn073875918ocn724125462ocn035749023ocn658485920ocn662179845ocn658485908ocn662179847ocn658485898ocn658485890ocn658942538ocn658638859ocn767384236ocn441006675ocn691469013ocn766218937ocn659248848ocn658754485ocn766218951ocn691469073ocn659248743ocn659248763ocn765569720ocn310635498ocn801191218ocn798497493ocn801559161ocn798433872ocn801193813ocn801243171ocn801191213ocn801191214ocn801191215ocn185519679ocn441314706ocn442459952ocn439118971ocn445161220ocn852727840ocn449978238ocn844131174ocn799514280ocn420030126ocn415025024ocn469328239ocn829969905ocn494733353ocn691809449ocn781092909ocn743118341ocn692030492ocn691957023ocn076335354ocn798497496ocn843484512ocn844173410ocn842443258ocn843604053ocn843493803ocn798497770ocn843635677ocn798466260ocn761635726ocn765657897ocn658827087ocn766655065ocn658949005ocn767101584ocn690920823ocn690869668ocn661682083ocn661205872ocn474318458ocn369697581ocn078897120ocn469313158ocn691967064ocn691967062ocn314273621ocn691935405ocn761929418ocn761929419ocn312238381ocn698839247ocn844367228ocn843499623ocn844367212ocn842380840ocn843419929ocn844120850ocn460434709ocn069168880ocn760399387ocn081853634ocn683353428ocn742844482ocn844780153ocn313722716ocn832253536ocn246166139ocn459572303ocn494210896ocn676479679353193ocn000066083book19020.32Gide, AndréThe immoralistFictionA translation of Gide's classic psychological novel depicting the gradual degeneration of an idealistic young scholar+-+07553679652924386ocn001432418book19190.47Gide, AndréLa symphonie pastoraleCriticism, interpretation, etcFictionParodies, imitations, etcDramaDomestic fictionL'amour d'une aveugle et de son pasteur+-+53651852572847343ocn002828013book19140.47Gide, AndréLafcadio's adventuresHumorFictionAllegoriesWhen Lafcadio Wluiki, a street-smart nineteen-year-old in 1890s Paris, learns that he's heir to an ailing French nobleman's fortune, he's seized by wanderlust. Traveling through Rome in expensive new threads, he becomes entangled in a Church extortion scandal involving an imprisoned Pope, a skittish purveyor of graveyard statuary, an atheist-turned-believer on the edge of insolvency, and all manner of wastrels, swindlers, aristocrats, adventurers, and pickpockets. With characteristic irony, Gide contrives a hilarious detective farce whereby the wrong man is apprehended, while the charmingly perverse Lafcadio--one of the most original creations in all modern fiction--goes free+-+0985185257324240335ocn001631731book19270.31Gide, AndréThe counterfeiters : with Journal of The counterfeitersFictionA young artist pursues a search for knowledge through the treatment of homosexuality and the collapse of morality in middle class France+-+47936294852217331ocn012745117book19070.53Gide, AndréLa porte étroite : romanFictionL'héroïne, inspirée de Madeleine, l'épouse et cousine de Gide, est l'antithèse du héros de ##L'immoraliste##, récit publié sept ans auparavant (1902). Accompagnement pédagogique assez copieux et soigné: ouvertures, quatre arrêts sur lecture, bilans et annexes. Texte intégral. [SDM]+-+35671852572180319ocn000342661book19250.53Gide, AndréLes faux-monnayeurs, romanCriticism, interpretation, etcFictionDans le Paris littéraire des années vingt, deux lycéens font leur apprentissage de la vie. Bernard Profitendieu, découvrant sa bâtardise, quitte sa famille et se réfugie chez son condisciple Olivier Molinier2082319ocn001369728book19020.53Gide, AndréL'immoralisteFictionRoman om en ung mand, der søger at frigøre sig og at leve livet farligt2035100ocn001507359book19240.35Gide, AndréStrait is the gate (La porte étroite)FictionAt the young ages of eleven and ten, cousins Jerome and Alissa make a commitment of undying affection for each other. As an adult, Alissa rejects Jerome's love due to her strong religious beliefs and her mother's infidelities. Jerome remains devoted to Alissa, and fails to recognize that it is Alissa's sister, Juliette, who truly loves him+-+78095128351794151ocn000616625book19200.56Gide, AndréCorydonConsidered by Gide to be the most important of his books, this slim, exquisitely crafted volume consists of four dialogues on the subject of homosexuality and its place in society. Published anonymously in bits and pieces between 1911 and 1920, Corydon first appeared in a signed, commercial edition in France in 1924 and in the United States in 1950, the year before Gide's death. In spirited dialogue with his bigoted, boorish interviewer, Corydon marshals an erudite range of evidence from naturalists, historians, poets, and philosophers to support his contention that homosexuality has pervaded the most culturally and artistically advanced civilizations. The evidence, Corydon suggests, points to heterosexuality as a socially constructed union, while the more fundamental, natural relation is the homosexual one+-+5222609285138429ocn001075125book19230.50Gide, AndréDostoevskyCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography1288182ocn000342166book19110.56Gide, AndréIsabelle+-+1308231596124546ocn000513412book19110.37Gide, AndréTwo symphonies : [Isabelle and The pastoral symphony]FictionIsabelle exposed illusions of a young student, who falls in love with a woman pictured in a mysterious miniature. In the second novel a pastor tries to hide its passion for the young, blind Gertrude behind the guise of charity+-+K390721596117896ocn000338963book19490.53Gide, AndréAnthologie de la poésie française1142213ocn002479817book19170.56Gide, AndréLes nourritures terrestres et Les nouvelles nourritures""Nathanaël, je t'enseignerai la ferveur. Une existence pathétique, Nathanaël, plutôt que la tranquillité. Je ne souhaite pas d'autre repos que celui du sommeil de la mort. J'ai peur que tout désir, toute énergie que je n'aurais pas satisfaits durant ma vie, pour leur survie ne me tourmentent. J'espère, après avoir exprimé sur cette terre tout ce qui attendait en moi, satisfait, mourir complètement désespéré." "Que mon livre t'enseigne à t'intéresser plus à toi qu'à lui-même, puis à tout le reste plus qu'à toi" (André Gide)+-+4266185257111023ocn001387854book19320.28Saint-Exupéry, Antoine deNight flightJuvenile worksFictionFilm adaptationsAn adventure story about the men who risked their lives flying the first commercial air mail routes in the early 1930's104271ocn000342664book19580.56Gide, AndréRomans, récits et soties; œuvres lyriques97837ocn001631721book19270.39Gide, AndréThe counterfeitersFiction+-+58453659653249028ocn000910783book19590.47Gide, AndréPretexts; reflections on literature and moralityCriticism, interpretation, etc8508ocn040522198book19500.50Gide, AndréTwo legends : Oedipus and Theseus80728ocn000413956book19290.56Gide, AndréTravels in the Congo+-+4018655335324177912ocn000064212book19690.37Cordle, ThomasAndré GideCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyThis book presents a brief biography of Andre Gide's life and critical interpretation and discussion of his works+-+983732053516253ocn000101047book19700.29Littlejohn, DavidGide; a collection of critical essaysCriticism, interpretation, etc16171ocn000336282book19670.33Peyre, HenriFrench novelists of todayCriticism, interpretation, etcHonore Balzac - Charles Baudelaire - Maurice Barres - John Paul Sartre - Simone de Bouvoire - Maurice Blanchot - Germaine Bree - Albert Camus; Paul Claudel - Colette - Celine - Jean Giraudoux - Andre Gide - Dumas - Gustave Flaubert - Andre Gide - Andre Malraux - Francois Mauriac -Picon - Nietzsche - Blaise Pascal - Jean Racine; Stendhal - Claude Simone - Sarraute - Saint-Exupery - Emile Zola16131ocn000327485book19650.31Sartre, Jean-PaulSituationsCriticism, interpretation, etc151010ocn000050172book19510.50Guérard, Albert JAndré GideBiography13671ocn000283273book19570.37Brée, GermaineAn age of fiction; the French novel from Gide to CamusCriticism, interpretation, etc12486ocn000273067book19630.47Freedman, RalphThe lyrical novel; studies in Hermann Hesse, André Gide, and Virginia WoolfCriticism, interpretation, etc12467ocn000342162book19650.37Fowlie, WallaceAndré Gide: his life and artBiography122916ocn002505484book19310.63Hytier, JeanAndré GideCriticism, interpretation, etcCommentaries, criticism and analysis of the works of Andre Gide11821ocn000294512book19670.39Axthelm, PeteThe modern confessional novelCriticism, interpretation, etcPsychological fictionExamination of the important works by such authors as Dostoevsky, Gide, Sartre, Golding and Bellow as examples of a unique literary genre, the confessional novel11501ocn000228513book19660.35Moore, Harry ThorntonTwentieth-century French literatureCriticism, interpretation, etc11336ocn000342157book19630.47Brée, GermaineGideCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+7242978685324103624ocn000710326book19350.47Gide, AndréIf it die ... an autobiographyHistoryBiography'An uninhibited autobiography recording experiences of and reflections on French life from Gide's childhood to the eve of his marriage'+-+815172028510363ocn074752240file20060.53Van Tuyl, JocelynAndré Gide and the Second World War a novelist's occupation"Arguably the most influential French writer of the early twentieth century, Andre Gide is a paradigmatic figure whose World War II writings offer an exemplary reflection of the challenges facing a leading writer in a time of national collapse. Tracing Gide's circuitous "intellectual itinerary" from the fall of France through the postwar purge, this book examines the ambiguous role of France's senior man of letters during the Second World War+-+486219642510153ocn000342156book0.39Gide, AndréThe journals of André GideBiographyDiariesRecords and correspondence10004ocn000710907book19640.37Brennan, Joseph GerardThree philosophical novelists: James Joyce, André Gide, Thomas MannCriticism, interpretation, etc100014ocn000499409book19330.53O'Brien, JustinPortrait of André Gide : a critical biographyBiography9984ocn435813351file19950.56Lucey, MichaelGide's bent sexuality, politics, writingHistoryThis study investigates the place of sexuality in the writings of Andre Gide. Focusing on his work in the 1920s and 1930s, the years in which Gide wrote most openly about his homosexuality, the text shows how Gide's sexuality reflected his political interests+-+11353504659582ocn000342165book19670.53Rossi, VinioAndré Gide; the evolution of an aesthetic9384ocn228871557com20040.50Downey, Katherine BrownPerverse Midrash Oscar Wilde, André Gide, and censorship of biblical dramaCriticism, interpretation, etcOscar Wilde?s Salome and Andre Gide?s Saul have been considered critically in the traditional contexts of authorial oeuvre, biography, or?thought.? These plays have been treated with embarrassed respect, dealt with only because of the importance of their authors. That Wilde and Gide made use of biblical material seems to discomfit their critics; that they had done so at a time when biblical drama was prohibited has rarely been addressed. Traditional critical treatments seek to smooth over the plays? aberrant qualities. This study takes them seriously as aberrations and investigates Wilde?s an+-+2671691735+-+0985185257324+-+0985185257324Fri Mar 21 15:08:16 EDT 2014batch255853