Giraudoux


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Giraudoux

(French ʒirodu)
n
(Biography) (Hyppolyte) Jean (ʒɑ̃). 1882–1944, French dramatist. His works include the novel Suzanne et le Pacifique (1921) and the plays Amphitryon 38 (1929) and La Guerre de Troie n'aura pas lieu (1935)

Gi•rau•doux

(ʒi roʊˈdu)

n.
Jean (ʒɑ̃) 1882–1944, French writer.
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Noun1.Giraudoux - French novelist and dramatist whose plays were reinterpretations of Greek myths (1882-1944)
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Well within the realm of French intellectual drama, play evokes Sartre and Giraudoux (plus Eliot, Shaw and Albee).
mais, en utilisant comme reference Elect re, de Jean Giraudoux, elle suggere des rapprochements, d'autres significations possibles; elle donne ce sacrifice fait par
Se dedican, asi, sendos capitulos al teatro de la Belle Epoque, al naturalismo, al teatro poetico, a la metamorfosis del teatro de boulevard, al teatro intimista, a la transicion entre naturalismo y existencialismo, a la satira de costumbres, a la nueva comedia de diversion, al teatro de vanguardia (con apartados para cada uno de sus principales representantes (Romains, Lenormand, Cocteau, Giraudoux, Crommelyncnk, etc.
Lodge, in a position analogous to Anouilh and Giraudoux before him, is a demystifier and demythologizer.
Judith has been portrayed in literature by such authors as Geoffrey Chaucer, Friedrich Hebbel, Arnold Bennett, and Jean Giraudoux.
He was also a poet, a playwright, an essayist, and a successful translator into Polish of Arthur Rimbaud, Paul Claudel, Andre Gide, and Jean Giraudoux.
Benott Combes, [1] Sebastien Comte, Vincent Raton, Francis Raoul, Franck Boue, Gerald Umhang, Stephanie Favier, Charlotte Dunoyer, Natacha Woronoff, and Patrick Giraudoux [1]
En la literatura francesa las especies se llaman esprit gaulois y esprit precieux, y representarian a la primera escritores como Rabelais, Balzac y Dumas, y a la ultima una larga tradicion que podria ejemplificarse con Racine, Proust y Giraudoux.
While he sees language holding sway from the Grand Siecle through to Giraudoux and Sartre, he finds the seeds of change present already in Racine and Marivaux, new growth fully evident in Diderot, and the full flower in Zola and Maeterlinck.
Giraudoux combined thirty years of service in the French diplomatic corps (1910 - 40) with a highly successful and productive writing career.
Bompangue D, Giraudoux P, Handschumacher P, Piarroux M, Sudre B, Ekwanzala M, et al.
El acababa de volver de sus embajadas en Europa y dicto un curso sobre novela francesa moderna: Gide, Giraudoux, Lacretelle, Duhamel, etcetera.