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Mauriac

Fran?ois . 1885--1970, French novelist, noted esp for his psychological studies of the conflict between religious belief and human desire. His works include Le d?sert de l'amour (1925), Th?r?se Desqueyroux (1927), and Le nœud de vip?res (1932): Nobel prize for literature 1952
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After the war Mauriac continued the political combat in the press.
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- Grillet, Michel Butor, Nathalie Sarraute, Claude Simon, Marguerite Duras, and Claude Mauriac -- share common views and preoccupations.
Mauriac published a multivolume "novel of [his] life," consisting of excerpts from letters, documents, and parts of other writers' works interspersed with entries from his own journals.
Vial, Francois Mauriac au theatre, in The French Review, March 1941, 380-1.
Ironies of time, power, and love are discussed, as are the insights and interpretations of classic authors: Augustine, Dante, Shakespeare, Tolkien, Mauriac, Milton, Herbert, Hopkins, Dickens, Dostoyevsky, and the anonymous author of the medieval poem "Pearl", among others.
The French Catholic writer and Nobel laureate Francois Mauriac, whom Wiesel first met in 1955, was instrumental in getting Night published.
Le Ray, who fought in colonial wars in Indochina and Algeria, died on Monday, according to an announcement in the French daily Le Figaro by his wife, Luce - daughter of famed French writer Francois Mauriac - and other family members.
Textual hauntings; studies in Flaubert's Madame Bovary and Mauriac's Therese Desqueyroux.