Louis Aragon


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Noun1.Louis Aragon - French writer who generalized surrealism to literature (1897-1982)
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Moscow Government to a French Communist leader named LOUIS ARAGON.
On pourrait sans doute deplorer quelques absents comme le philosophe francais Louis Althusser (l'auteur du livre << Pour Marx >>) et le peintre Pablo Picasso, qui s'est toujours defini comme etant un << communiste >>; mais on trouve en revanche une notice pour Antonio Gramsci, une autre sur l'ecrivain Andre Malraux, sur le dramaturge allemand Bertolt Brecht, et meme sur le poete Louis Aragon, le co-fondateur du mouvement surrealiste en France.
Despite countless testimonials from Louis Aragon, Lillian Hellman, Pablo Neruda, Jean-Paul Sartre, and others, he wasn't really of the left, it turns out; he was merely an "aberration.
And saving the best for last, Danielle Darrieux, all 85 elegant years of her, sings "Il n'y a pas d'amour heureux" ("There Is No Happy Love"), a poem by Louis Aragon set to music by Georges Brassens.
THROUGHOUT HISTORY, women have been recognized only in terms of their relationship to men as daughters, lovers, or wives, and this is particularly so in the case of Elsa Triolet, known primarily as lover, wife, and muse of one of the greatest poets of the twentieth century, Louis Aragon.
Louis Aragon, an eminence grise of the French Communist party, took an interest in the production and lobbied the Soviet authorities on Plisetskaya's behalf.
but let Louis Aragon tell it: "At the cafe in the hubbub of voices, in plain daylight, and the elbowing, Robert Desnos has only to shut his eyes, and he speaks, and in the midst of the bocks, the saucers, the whole place collapses with a prophetic roar.
In addition to the more recent work, Yearbook #1 contains some surrealist artifacts: short pieces by Hugo Ball, Louis Aragon, Erik Satie, Giorgio Di Chirico, Gertrude Stein, John Cage, and Morton Feldman.
It quickly became the drink of choice for the cafe society of post-World War I Paris, and there are references to the Pernod brand in works by such important 20th century writers as Andre Malraux, Louis Aragon, Antoine de Saint- Exupery, Paul Claudel and Albert Camus.
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The engorged windmill at the center of Sierra Aragonaise, 1935-36, an important Masson landscape, is both erotically obvious and droll in its reference to Louis Aragon, a leading Surrealist writer of the movement's Communist edge.
For Surrealists like Louis Aragon and Andre Breton, collage had a dark side and they immediately saw its conception within the context of black magic.