Synonyms for andré_gide or Related words with andré_gide

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Examples of "andré_gide"
André Gide was mayor of La Roque-Baignard in 1896.
The combined organization was led by Henri Barbusse, André Gide and André Malraux as co-chairs.
She is also a member of the Prix de littérature André Gide and has published fiction.
He founded "La Nouvelle Revue Française" in 1908, together with André Gide and Jean Schlumberger.
The Immoralist () is a novel by André Gide, published in France in 1902.
Bridgman's case is mentioned in "La Symphonie Pastorale" by André Gide.
He was a friend of Albert Camus, André Gide, Jacques Lacan, and Jacques Derrida.
The Fruits of the Earth () is a prose-poem by André Gide, published in France in 1897.
At the end of his life, he also turned to portrait sculpture, such as the "Head of André Gide".
The six contributors were Louis Fischer, André Gide, Arthur Koestler, Ignazio Silone, Stephen Spender, and Richard Wright.
Kassner also translated works by Plato, Aristotle, André Gide, Gogol, Leo Tolstoy, Dostoievsky, Pushkin and Laurence Sterne.
There are four preschools: Ecole Francis Jammes, Ecole André Gide, Ecole Petit Prince, and Ecole Jean Baptiste Corot. There are five elementary schools: Ecole Rosa Bonheur, Ecole Albert Samain, Ecole Saint Exupéry, Ecole André Gide, and Ecole Louise Weiss. The school assignments for preschool and elementary are determined by one's residence.
The Immoralist is a play adapted from the novel by André Gide by Augustus and Ruth Goetz. The original production starred James Dean, Louis Jourdan and Geraldine Page.
In 1930, André Gide published a book about the incident, "La Séquestrée de Poitiers", changing little but the names of the protagonists.
From 1912 onwards, he was one of the four "pillars" of the Nouvelle Revue Française, along with André Gide, Paul Claudel and Paul Valéry.
Perséphone ("Persephone") is a musical work ("") for speaker, solo singers, chorus, dancers and orchestra with music by Igor Stravinsky and a libretto by André Gide.
He was also an intellectual and literary leader in the French world of his time, along with André Gide and Roger Martin du Gard.
His novels deal with incest, homosexuality, sadism and even bestiality. They also describe his trips to North Africa and Greece. André Gide acted as one of his mentors.
The review had headed to be the main works of European writers of the early 20th century including Marcel Proust, André Gide, Paul Valéry, Guillaume Apollinaire and Pirandello.
Several more performances of the piano version were held, public as well as private, amongst others André Gide, James Joyce and Paul Valéry attending.