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|Named Person:||André Gide; André Gide|
|Notes:||Reprint of the 1951 ed. published by Yale University Press.|
|Description:||126 pages ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||The message: Remarks on Gide's ethics / G. Picon--The struggle for Gide's soul / E.E. Noth--André Gide and the disintegration of the Protestant cell / M. Turnell--Prometheus, Theseus, the uncommon man and an eagle / J.R. Loy--Gide's sincerity / J. Collignon.--The work: Time sequences and consequences in the Gidian world / G. Brée--André Gide and his Symphonie pastorale / C. Parnell--A view of Les faux monnayeurs / I. Stock--Gide's fictional technique / J. O'Brien--Gide and the novel of the egoist / T. Cordle.--Literary relationships: Rilke and Gide, their reciprocal translations / R. Lang--Gide and Montaigne / M. Guggenhim--A few notes on the Gide-Suarés relations / M. Maurin.|
|Series Title:||Yale French studies, no. 7.|
|Responsibility:||Gaëtan Picon [and others].|