Andre Maurois

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Noun1.Andre Maurois - French writer best known for his biographies (1885-1967)
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1935: Ariel, a life of Shelley by Andre Maurois, was the first Penguin paperback book to be published, price sixpence.
Ernest Hemingway's A Farewell To Arms was in the first ten publications as was Penguin no 1, 'Ariel' by Andre Maurois (left).
In the winter issue, Books Abroad celebrates its silver jubilee with tributes from around the world, including Thomas Mann, Andre Maurois, and others
One of the most compelling aspects of the volume is the impressive list of essay authors, all biographers: Andre Maurois, Leon Edel, Paul Murray Kendall, Frank E.
(As an indicator of the seriousness of works published by Honore Champion, I recall that this was the publisher of the complete Arthurian romances of Chretien de Troyes, in ancien francais, that we used in my Old French and Courtly Romance courses in graduate school.) Admittedly, Vas-Deyres' corpus (which includes major writers like Emile Zola, Anatole France and Andre Maurois), and subtitle (which references the more respectable literary utopia) allows her to hedge her bets.
Gide, Michel de Leiris, Andre Maurois, no mundo literario frances.
una fuerza que cuando descansa en una voluntad firme y confiada no la destruye ni la guerra, ni el destierro, ni la soledad, tal es el caso de los matrimonios de Carlos de Austria y Zita de Borbon-Parma (1911) o de Andre Maurois y Jeanne-Marie de Szymkiewcz (1912).
"It was called Ariel: A Shelley Romance by Andre Maurois, and dated from 1935.