Montherlant


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Montherlant

Henri (Millon) de . 1896--1972, French novelist and dramatist: his novels include Les Jeunes Filles (1935--39) and Le Chaos et la nuit (1963)
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Nimier highlights politically discredited writers like Morand, Montherlant, Chardonne, or Jouhandeau, thus enhancing a tendency started by Mauriac.
Chapter 4, which treats Death in the Afternoon and The Dangerous Summer, proceeds from biography, carefully laying out, through a variety of shared experiences, the parallels between Hemingway and Henry de Montherlant (whom Henri Peyre deemed, incidentally, "a very great writer, a very bad man").
Some short stories of Morand and Prouteau as well as some novels of Montherlant and Magnane questioned the identity of this new figure.
Mentionnons les huit volumes de la Chronique des Pasquier de Georges Duhamel, les 16 volumes d' A la recherche du tempsperdu de Marcel Proust, les huit volumes des Thibault de Roger Martin du Gard, ainsi que plusieurs auteurs ecrivains (Gide, Claudel, Mauriac, Montherlant, Maurois, valery).
Segrave: 'Chevalerie du neant' ("The knighthood of nothingness"): Henry de Montherlant and the Olympic Games Movement * Lisa Reithmann: Coubertin's Idea of 'Mutual Respect' According to Kant's Concept of Moral Philosoph * Magdalena Mankowska: Rethinking Coubertin's Vision of Olympism: Toward the Revival of Art in Sport as a Modern Principle of Physical Education
towering and different personalities across cultures as Montherlant,
Montherlant delayed the publication of his "anticolonial" novel La Rose de sable until 1968, and there was often self-censorship in any talk of the USSR during the communist heyday.
One would call Trouillot a Kreyol Celine or Montherlant, except that he is far more humane.
The second half of Witt's book is devoted to such French authors as Maulnier, Drieu de la Rochelle, Brasillach, Montherlant, and Anouilh, who were all attracted by the aesthetic and, simultaneously, the political power of the tragic, while rejecting the vulgar mass phenomena associated with fascism.
If on the one hand all standard biographical sources acknowledge that writers variously linked to the so-called hussars like Marcel Jouhandeau, Henry de Montherlant, Drieu La Rochelle, and others were variously part of Godard's, Rohmer's, and Truffaut's literary pantheon, they are also quite adamant that the group's contributions to Arts were mostly a matter of money (De Baecque and Toubiana 120).
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.
Compares EH's works with those of contemporary French novelists such as Sartre, Camus, Montherlant, and Gide to reveal how each informs the other in their parallel experimentations with style, structure, and theme.