The idea is for the abstract design of the Bernanos
piece to contrast with the other sculptures on display.
' first novel Under Satan's Sun (Sous le soleil de Satan) from 1926 contains a twenty-page fantastic episode: on his way to a neighbouring village a young priest, Donissan, meets a local horse dealer.
Entre los personajes que le trataron o recibieron su influencia puede contarse a Maritain, Bernanos
, Jean de Fabregues, Thibon, Daudet, Maurois, Massis, Apollinaire, Jacob, Picasso, d'Ors, Eliot, Pla, Proust, France, Barres, De Gaulle ...
When I finished reading it, the very last words in Georges Bernanos
' Diary of a Country Priest came to mind.
Professor Michael Tobin's new study of Georges Bernanos
is an important contribution to our understanding of this major figure.
Peut-etre vexe par cette attaque en regie de Bernanos
' The Diary of a Country Priest, Robert Bolt's A Man for All Seasons, and Graham Greene's The Power and the Glory remain on the list because they suggest three very different Catholic paths to sanctity.
Novels by Georges Bernanos
, Julien Green, Francois Mauriac, and the converts Graham Greene and Giovanni Papini appeared there--all authors who scandalized the pious and upset church authorities.
He supports his argument through readings of handful of interwar French intellectuals including Pierre-Antoine Cousteau, brother of the famous marine biologist and author of Jewish America; Georges Duhamel, author of America the Menace (whose French title translates as "Scene from Life in the Future"); Emmanuel Mounier, the founder of the journal Esprit whose anti-Americanism remained intact through shifting political ideals; and novelist George Bernanos
, who similarly maintained his anti-Americanism through shifting political beliefs and associations.
His recognized influence on Huysmans, Claudel, and Bernanos
can be extended to include the late twentieth-century Christian writer Jean Sulivan (1913-80), particularly regarding the latter's stance 'a l'endroit des bien-pensants en tout genre' (p.
To a large extent, Georges Bernanos
's Journal d'un cure de campagne is an allegory for the difficulty the devout may have in maintaining their spirituality in modern society.