This will ensure the local press coverage, regional, national and international events organized by the county Villa Marguerite Yourcenar
in Saint-Jans-Cappel, for a period of one year, renewable twice.
became well known to English readers when Les Memoires d'Hadrien was translated in 1954, thirteen years after its original publication.
Contractor address : 15 rue Marguerite Yourcenar
, BP 47995
As Marguerite Yourcenar
, an author who ironically is remembered for her refusal to classify herself under any rubric, including "lesbian" or even "French," wrote in the introduction to her book, Alexis or the Treatise of Vain Combat: "Perhaps we haven't paid enough attention to the fact that the problem of sensual freedom in all its manifestations is, to a large extent, a problem of the freedom of expression.
Her study establishes Duras as one of the leading French women writers of her time, a rival of Simone de Beauvoir, Nathalie Sarraute, and Marguerite Yourcenar
Conrath is undoubtedly thinking of this, later, when he complains that Renault is usually ranked below Marguerite Yourcenar
The twelve large-format Polaroid photographs on view (all works 2002) were all titled "Memoirs of Hadrian," after a novel by Marguerite Yourcenar
that takes the form of a letter from Emperor Hadrian to Marcus Aurelius.
Still, she is generally ranked below such writers as Robert Graves and Marguerite Yourcenar
who also wrote of ancient times.
Bajac's morals are quotations from other authors whom he admires, most frequently taken from the rich opus of the Hungarian writer Bela Hamvish, Marguerite Yourcenar
, Baudrillard, and others.
Contract notice: Renovation of the facades of high school to marguerite yourcenar
Grazia Toderi uses this phrase, taken from Marguerite Yourcenar
, as the title for two of her works.
At the time of her death (December 1987) Marguerite Yourcenar
left not only a massive correspondence but also several unpublished works.