Martin du Gard


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Martin du Gard

Roger . 1881--1958, French novelist, noted for his series of novels, Les Thibault (1922--40): Nobel prize for literature 1937
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(3.) Martin Du Gard, Roger (1913-1951), Notes sur Andre Gide.
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IN THE YEARS before World War II, Roger Martin du Gard had acquired a reputation as an outstanding realist, in the same category as a Jules Romain, and as a master of "le roman fleuve." But by the end of the century, he had become, in spite of winning the Nobel Prize (1933) for the eight volumes of the family epic Les Thibault, something of a distinguished unknown, overshadowed by the vogue of existentialism and "le nouveau roman." The French text of Lieutenant-Colonel de Maumort, edited by Andre Daspre, appeared in his collected works (Gallimard, Pleiade series, 1985).
Nor was this the only time Martin du Gard unflinchingly abandoned work in progress.
Le Premier Homme would thus mark the beginning of a process of reconstruction, one that allowed Camus to make a break with Dostoevsky's 'legacy of shadows' by developing a style of Tolstoyan epaisseur wedded to the sobriety of Roger Martin du Gard (p.
Martin du Gard first attracted attention with Jean Barois (1913), which traced the development of an intellectual torn between the Roman Catholic faith of his childhood and the scientific materialism of his maturity.
Martin du Gard'sother works include the short novel La Confidence africaine (1931) and the drama Un Taciturne (1931).
Autrement dit, il peut amuser la galerie mais se tait et detourne les yeux de la souffrance, de la torture, contrairement a d'autres intellectuels francais comme Sartre, Roger Martin du Gard, Mauriac ou Malraux cites dans la lettre ouverte.
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As Gide's personal secretary, Beck has sprinkled her book with earthy anecdotes about "le Maitre" (as she calls him), Martin du Gard, Genet, Jouhandeau, et alia.
Examples include Jean-Christophe (1904-12) by Romain Rolland, A la recherche du temps perdu (1913-27; Remembrance of Things Past) by Marcel Proust, Les Thibault (1922-40) by Roger Martin du Gard, and Les Hommes de bonne volonte, (1932-46; Men of Good Will) by Jules Romains.