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The French literary horizon.

Author: Justin O'Brien
Publisher: New Brunswick, Rutgers University Press [1967]
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
O'Brien, Justin, 1906-1968.
French literary horizon.
New Brunswick, Rutgers University Press [1967]
(OCoLC)583472166
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Justin O'Brien
OCLC Number: 337818
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xiii, 407 pages 25 cm
Contents: Proust --
Remembrance of Marcel Proust --
Swann's way --
Proust as a moralist --
Jean Santeuil --
Proust on art and literature --
Proust and Gide displayed --
Proust's earliest readers --
Gide --
André Gide: the journals I --
André Gide: the journals II --
Corydon --
Madeleine --
So be it --
Was Gide a collaborationist? --
Gide's fictional technique --
The Counterfeiters and Point counter point --
Theseus --
How Gide translated Hamlet --
Gide's Hamlet --
Gide at the Comédie-Française --
Pretexts --
Imaginary interview with André Gide --
Camus --
Albert Camus: novelist, dramatist, philosopher of the absurd --
The Stranger --
The Plague --
Nobel Prize, 1957 --
Paris without Camus --
Subject to history --
Albert Camus, militant --
Focal centers --
The N.R.F. --
Shakespeare and company --
The thirties --
Larbaud: complete man of letters --
Montherlant: Pity for women --
Montherlant: bullfighter in the academy --
Romains: Men of good will --
Romains: a letter from Jallez to Jerphanion --
Romains: please pass the ill will --
Martin du Gard: The world of the Thibaults --
Martin du Gard: Jean Barois --
Malraux: Man's hope --
Giono: Harvest --
Céline: Death on the installment plan --
Bernanos: cemeteries in moonlight --
Colette: Earthly paradise --
War and occupation --
French books, summer 1939 --
French literature and the war --
American books and French readers --
The expatriate's Paris --
Writers at midnight --
A letter from Paris, August 1945 --
Vercors --
The new writers --
The new French writers --
Sartre: Roads to freedom --
Sartre Resartus --
Aymé: The miraculous barber --
Gary: The company of men --
Gracq: The castle of Argo --
Robbe-Grilles: The voyeur --
Butor: A change of heart --
Queneau: Zazie --
Sarraut: Tropisms --
Poetry --
From Dada to Surrealism --
French poetry in the thirties --
Jean Cocteau: myth-making --
Paul Valéry: Dialogues --
Paul Valéry: The art of poetry --
Henri Michaux: Barbarian in Asia --
Henri Michaux: Space within --
Theater --
Jouvet's School for wives --
The Renaud-Barrault Company --
The style of France's Théâtre National Populaire --
Sartre: the family cell.

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