Synonyms for paul_valéry or Related words with paul_valéry

stéphane_mallarmé              robert_desnos              paul_verlaine              blaise_cendrars              paul_éluard              francis_ponge              pierre_reverdy              arthur_rimbaud              andré_gide              michel_leiris              rené_char              yves_bonnefoy              guillaume_apollinaire              romain_rolland              henri_michaux              mallarmé              philippe_soupault              charles_baudelaire              jules_supervielle              paul_claudel              charles_péguy              tristan_corbière              pierre_jean_jouve              michel_butor              raymond_queneau              sully_prudhomme              jules_laforgue              jean_paulhan              lautréamont              albert_samain              paul_eluard              françois_coppée              théophile_gautier              maurice_blanchot              catulle_mendès              denis_diderot              baudelaire              jean_moréas              rené_crevel              françois_mauriac              léon_paul_fargue              gustave_kahn              barbey_aurevilly              gustave_flaubert              roland_barthes              nathalie_sarraute              flaubert              benjamin_péret              louis_ferdinand_céline              francis_jammes             

Examples of "paul_valéry"
Prof Jean Claude Grenier [Universite Paul Valéry Montpellier 3] France
Lycée Paul Valéry may refer to the following schools:
from Paul Valéry, Charmes (1922) Palme classical dizain 7th Stanza
Lycée Paul Valéry (LPV) is a French international school in Meknès, Morocco. It serves levels "maternelle" (preschool) through "lycée" (senior high school). It is named after the French poet Paul Valéry.
In 2015, the Universities of Montpellier I and II merged to be the University of Montpellier, Therefore, the University Paul Valéry of Montpellier III became University Paul-Valéry of Montpellier (UPVM)
On 1 January 2015, the University of Montpellier 1 and the University of Montpellier 2 merged to form the newly recreated University of Montpellier. Meanwhile, the Paul Valéry University Montpellier 3, now only Paul Valéry, remains a separate institution.
Following the advice of Paul Valéry, he left poetry to focus on prose.
"Sketch of a Serpent" (translations of poems by Paul Valéry), Robert Barth, 1986
International literary contributors included Henri Barbusse, André Malraux, Carl von Ossietzky, Bertrand Russell, Upton Sinclair and Paul Valéry.
Franca Norsa adopted her surname "Valeri" in the 1950s as an homage to the French critic and poet, Paul Valéry.
François Doumenge began his academic career at the Paul Valéry University, Montpellier III, in the Department of Geography.
She graduated from Dillard University, Paul Valéry University, Montpellier III, and from the University of Kentucky, with an M.A.
The university was split into three universities during 45 years (the University of Montpellier 1, the University of Montpellier 2 and the Paul Valéry University Montpellier 3) between 1970 and 2015 when it was subsequently reunified by the merger of the former two, with the latter, now named Paul Valéry University Montpellier, remaining a separate entity.
Several more performances of the piano version were held, public as well as private, amongst others André Gide, James Joyce and Paul Valéry attending.
Lycée Français Paul Valéry de Cali (LPFV; ) is a French international school in Cali, Colombia. It serves levels preschool through the final year of senior high school, "terminale".
University of Montpellier 1 and University of Montpellier 2 reunified in January 2015 to form the University of Montpellier. Paul Valéry University Montpellier, remains a separate entity
From 1912 onwards, he was one of the four "pillars" of the Nouvelle Revue Française, along with André Gide, Paul Claudel and Paul Valéry.
This same paradox was observed earlier from a quote by Paul Valéry, "Everything simple is false. Everything which is complex is unusable." (Notre destin et les lettres, 1937)
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.
Joubert was born in Châlette-sur-Loing, Loiret. He taught American literature at the Université Paul Valéry. He died on 28 November 2015.