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Giraudoux

(Hyppolyte) Jean . 1882--1944, French dramatist. His works include the novel Suzanne et le Pacifique (1921) and the plays Amphitryon 38 (1929) and La Guerre de Troie n'aura pas lieu (1935)
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France's crushing defeat and humiliating occupation by the Germans had definitively discredited the witty, eclectic, skeptical yet optimistic humanism so prominent in the prewar philosophy of Alain and in the plays of Jean Giraudoux.
In 1935, Jean Giraudoux, the French playwright, with the memory of the First World War still in his head, wrote The Trojan War Will Not Take Place.
This is not very far from that which Bresson and Jean Giraudoux put in place with Les Anges du peche (1943).
La Charte d'Athenes (Paris, 1957), avec un discours liminaire de Jean Giraudoux.
1] Review of Georges Lemaitre, Jean Giraudoux: The Writer and His Work (New York: Ungar, 1971) and Jean Giraudoux, Lying Woman, trans.
Theatrical talents such as Jean Giraudoux and Jean Anouilh, and poet Jean Cocteau, turned their efforts to the cinema as well, often with notable success.
FO 371/24314/C 12788) The playwright Jean Giraudoux, who had been in charge of France's official propaganda at the time of the German invasion, was approached by the British Minister to Portugal while passing through Lisbon in September 1940: 'He stated that he fears his son does not desire to leave England and he hesitates to insist on his doing so at the present moment for reasons of pride "while London is being bombarded".
The season opens June 19 with The Madwoman of Chaillot, by Jean Giraudoux, which runs through July 19.
Dinkel A, Kern S, Brinker A, Oehme R, Vaniscotte A, Giraudoux P, et al.
But then again, as Giraudoux said, 'La plagie est a base de tout Tart.
Giraudoux wrote Guerre in the 1930s when France was facing the prospect of a second war with Germany.
Whether they were writers recognized by the literary establishment (Henry de Montherlant, lean Giraudoux, Paul Morand, Tristan Bernard), literary critics (Dominique Braga, Alexandre Arnoux, Geo-Charles) or sports journalists (Andre Reuze, Robert Dieudonne or Theodore Cheze), all contributed to the significant increase in the number of sports tales published at the beginning of the 1920s.