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Gide

Andr? . 1869--1951, French novelist, dramatist, critic, diarist, and translator, noted particularly for his exploration of the conflict between self-fulfilment and conventional morality. His novels include L'Immoraliste (1902), La Porte ?troite (1909), and Les Faux-Monnayeurs (1926): Nobel prize for literature 1947

Gide

 

a river in Sweden. The Gide River flows into the Gulf ofBothnia in the Baltic Sea. Length, 204 km; basin area, approxi-mately 3, 500 sq km. There are ten waterfalls along its course (thelargest, 25 m high). The Gide is used for timber rafting. Thereis a hydroelectric power plant on the river.

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Thus, while Gide was struggling to present himself through Persephone, Stravinsky was attempting to erase his own presence.
L'oeuvre satirique Paludes, publiee en 1895, (1) constitue dans la carriere de Gide une charniere entre sa periode symboliste et un nouveau depart caracterise par un lien visceral avec l'ecriture dont il venait de formuler les principes.
Whether he's writing wistfully about Andre Gide as the hero of Turkish intellectuals (though Gide himself wrote scathingly about Turkey), or recalling how he used to collect Coca-Cola cans as a boy, from the trash cans of expat Americans, Pamuk is taking the world we thought we knew and making it fresh and alive.
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Andre Gide was disillusioned with communism because of Soviet constraints on artistic independence and, above all, because the Soviet Union still had "privileges and differences where I hoped to find equality.
Readers bear witness to the city of Josephine Baker, boxer Jack Johnson and French intellectuals Jean-Paul Sartre and Andre Gide, as it evolves into the Paris of Wright and Gwendolyn Brooks and later Veronique Tadjo, Jean Paul Baptiste and Simon Njami.
He objected that his friend Andre Gide tended to grow bored with his characters and hustle their demise; on his own fictional brood, meanwhile, he lavished infinite patience and pains.
This book is a philosophical and practical gide to a health care world in which managed care dominates and in which integrated systems of hospitals, physicians, and payers have been formed to add value to the health care product.
Gide affected the way people think about public affairs and the nature of private life.