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Canetti

Elias. 1905--94, British novelist and writer, born in Bulgaria, who usually wrote in German. His works include the novel Auto da Fé (1935). Nobel prize for literature 1981
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Dans ses voyages entre Paris, la Bulgarie et Berlin, Canetti cultivait un gout pour la culture et l'art.
There is something, says Canetti, about the whole tradition of the Catholic Church that insulates the institution from the unpredictable discharge of the crowd.
Canetti said the non-energy sector was "fairly buoyant" in 2013, "which we anticipate will continue to be the case in 2014." He said the core inflation has been "relatively quiescent," though it picked up to 2.7% in February 2014.
(2) John McClelland, The Crowd and the Mob: from Plato to Canetti, Unwin Hyman, 1989; Peter Hayes, The People and the Mob: the Ideology of Civil Conflict in Modern Europe, Praeger, 1992.
"Miss Canetti has chosen Little Heart Matters and we welcomed representatives to school to hand over the money."
Elias Canetti, The Voices of Marrakesh: A Record of a Visit, tr.
In a few pages, it first places Bergs piano sonata with a scholar's meticulous precision into the brilliantly synthesized context of other piano works published in 1907 and then leads to a discussion of an opera on a text by Elias Canetti that Berg did not live to begin.
The artist Oskar Kokoschka and his wife, who also emigrated to England, were frequent visitors, as were the sculptor Anna Mahler, art historian Ernst Gombrich, journalist Benno Reifenberg, and writer Elias Canetti. Motesiczky carried on a long, tumultuous liaison with the married, Bulgarian-born Canetti, who later won the Nobel Prize for literature in 1981.
Earlier this week, 106 years ago, Elias Canetti was born in Bulgaria.