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French novelists of today.

Author: Henri Peyre
Publisher: New York, Oxford University Press, 1967.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Honore 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 Zola.
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Peyre, Henri, 1901-
French novelists of today.
New York, Oxford University Press, 1967
(OCoLC)575773158
Named Person: Georges Duhamel; André Malraux; Jean-Paul Sartre; François Mauriac; Jean Giono; Julien Green; Louis-Ferdinand Céline; Georges Bernanos; Jules Romains; Marcel Proust; André Gide; Albert Camus; Simone de Beauvoir; Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Henri Peyre
OCLC Number: 336282
Notes: First ed. published in 1955 under title: The contemporary French novel.
Description: xii, 484 pages 24 cm
Contents: 1. The crisis in French fiction --
2. Martin du Gard, Romains and Radiguet --
3. The legacy of Proust and Gide --
4. François Mauriac --
5. Jean Giono --
6. Antoine de Saint-Exupéry --
7. Three controversial novelists: Bernanos, Céline, and Green --
8. André Malraux --
9. Existentialism and French literature: Jean-Paul Sartre's novels --
10. Feminine literature in France: Simone de Beauvoir --
11. Albert Camus: moralist and novelist --
12. Main trends since World War II: the 'new novel'.

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Honore 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 Zola.

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