Montherlant


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Montherlant

(French mɔ̃tɛrlɑ̃)
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(Biography) Henri (Millon) de (ɑ̃ri də). 1896–1972, French novelist and dramatist: his novels include Les Jeunes Filles (1935–39) and Le Chaos et la nuit (1963)
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In keeping with his insightful and brutally honest tendency toward self-appraisal, Montherlant once noted that his "conduct with regard to girl athletes between 1919 and 1925 stood rather high on the scale of refinement.
La superiorite de Faulkner sur Proust et Montherlant, qui, idealistes, separent l'humain de l'historique, et sur Jules Romains, qui soumet l'humain a l'historique, est donc manifeste par ce conflit qui permet de definir la condition tragique de l'homme contemporain.
En otra tesitura, encontramos a Andre Gide (1869-1951), d'Annunzio, de Montherlant y Hemingway.
Juan Jose Gurrola acaba de estrenar en el teatro Santa Catarina la obra Pasiphae, del poeta y novelista frances de principios del siglo XX, Henry de Montherlant.
Le Roman monologue: Montherlant auteur, narrateur, acteur.
HENRY DE MONTHERLANT kept notebooks from his earliest years until the day before his suicide.
Montherlant wrote of the Munich agreement (whereby France and Great Britain avoided war in 1938 by abandoning the Sudetenland and subsequently all Czechoslovakia to the Germans) that 'La France est rendue la belote et a Tino Rossi': (10) a contemptuous reference from a right-wing authoritarian admirer of the Nazis to the fact that his compatriots preferred the distractions of card-playing or the famous Corsican tenor to the harsher realities of European power politics.
Heralded as one of the three or four great moralistes of French literature (de Laprade 107), and even at one time as "France's greatest writer," the French writer of to-day who "will be the most read in the year 2000," (2) Henry de Montherlant has also been called a "non-creative" and "banal artist" (Cruickshank 1).
En alguna forma, Miguel de Montaigne, Rabelais, que escribieron hace algunos siglos, son mas actuales, mas vigentes, que Andre Gide o Henry de Montherlant, que escribian ayer o antes de ayer.
Sometimes these risks cost Paulhan dear: Claudel broke with him in 1928 over texts by Leautaud and Montherlant, and he did again in 1939 (53); others complained about the "ageing" ('vieillissement') of the NRF (54), whilst others still resented the too-frequent inclusion of what was considered to be unorthodox literature, or "le saugrenu.
Hughes is concerned to examine the element of self-aggrandizement implicit in the projects of Genet and Camus as much as in those of Loti, Montherlant, Proust, and Gauguin.
Y el, con su majestuosa humildad, nos dira, mira, yo creo que si ves en la pagina 127 la breve nota de El caos y la noche de Henry de Montherlant.