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Romains

Jules . pseudonym of Louis Farigoule. 1885--1972, French poet, dramatist, and novelist. His works include the novel Men of Good Will (1932--46)
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Some of Sartre's language in the Carnets is derived from the two war novels of Jules Romains, Prelude a Verdun and Verdun, read and admired in November 1939, which provide him with a phrase to characterize the complicity of all participants in the war in which they are involved: 'En guerre, il n'y a pas de victimes innocentes'.[19] This is based on Jerphanion's conclusion, in the discussion with his fellow normalien Jallez on the nature of the citizen's involvement with the war, that a war is 'une affaire [.
Contributors included Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, Rebecca West, James Hilton, Hemingway, Jules Romains, Hendrik Van Loon, Bemelmans, Katherine Anne Porter, Thomas Wolfe, Clare Boothe Luce, Maurois, Archibald MacLeish, Saroyan, Paul Gallico, Max Eastman, John Mason Brown, Mary Ellen Chase, and Ilka Chase.
In 1928 Jules Romains and Stefan Zweig made a new adaptation of the play, which ends with Mosca inheriting all Volpone 's money from the false will.
StratA@giquement positionnA@e A quelques encablures du dA@troit de Gibraltar, Mers El KA@bir, depuis les Romains en passant par les Almohades, les Espagnols et les Ottomans, a suscitA@ l'intA@rA t de tous les commandants de marine.
Ce sont les Romains qui ont utilise [beaucoup moins que]Africa[beaucoup plus grand que] pour nommer, au depart, la Numidie, region amazighe du nord de Tamazgha.
L'esplanade, que les musulmans appellent le "Noble sanctuaire" (Haram al-Charif) et les juifs le "Mont du Temple", en reference a l'ancien Temple de Jerusalem detruit par les Romains en l'an 70, est un lieu sacre pour l'islam comme pour le judaisme et une source de tensions entre les deux communautes.
the Dialogue de Sylla et d'Eucrate which was almost always previously printed after the Considerations sur les Romains, while some items are excluded and will now be found attached to another work, e.g.
Monsieur Santosuosso etudie l'evolution des concepts tactiques et strategiques de la guerre chez les Grecs et les Romains depuis le debut du cinquieme au milieu du second siecle av.
Men of Good Will Epic novel cycle by Jules ROMAINS, published in French in 27 volumes as Les Hommes de bonne volonte between 1932 and 1946.