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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A first phase has already been completed between the impasse henri de montherlant and avenue de l~aroport.
Can anyone hinder me from going with a smile, and good courage, and at peace?" Instead, he chose a thematic epigraph from Henri de Montherlant's Mors et Vita ("Death and Life," 1932).
Before the advent of these writers, most representations of non-normative sexualities were offered by French writers like Andre Gide and Henry de Montherlant. These Western accounts of Maghrebian queerness were inexorably tainted by an orientalist gaze in their eroticization and exoticism of Arab Muslim bodies and their sexualities.
De ahi que en Perfiles derechos me ocupase de algunos cruces de esa curiosa familia de "antimodernos": Junger leyo a Rozanov, por ejemplo, y dejo un emotivo apunte de esa lectura en sus oceanicos diarios; Pound manifesto en una de sus polemicas emisiones radiales su interes por Celine; Morand y Montherlant coincidieron en no pocas recepciones y parrafos; Vasconcelos publico en La Gaceta Literaria de Gimenez Caballero ...
"Bulls, Art, Mithras, and Montherlant." Hemingway's Spain: Imagining the Spanish World.
Preface d'Henry de Montherlant. Paris, Gallimard, collection 'Folio', no.
The tone was often polemical, railing against political literature and politically committed artists in general--but the weekly also displayed an elegant and erudite style, thanks to a long list of prestigious contributors, including Cocteau, Audiberti, Montherlant, Giono, and Ayme.
This volume surveys the work of French writer [ETH]ric Jourdan from his first work, Les Mauvais anges from 1955, to recent works and in the context of gay literature and erotica and the works of writers like Peyrefitte, Montherlant, Guibert, Dustan, and Guyotat.
Prueba de ello, eran los discursos de escritores de la epoca como el poeta frances Charles Peguy quien decia que "marchaba con entusiasmo al frente (y a la muerte)" o su compatriota Henry de Montherlant, escritor quien no dudaba en afirmar que "amaba la vida del frente, el bano en lo elemental, el aniquilamiento de la Inteligencia y el corazon".
But insofar as they focus on the (objectionable) political sympathies and impact of writers, whether literary authors like Sade and Montherlant or fellow philosophers like Merleau-Ponty, they also form a tacit literary ethics comparable to Sartre's "What is Literature?" Together with Beauvoir's interventions in literary debates of the 1960s (gathered in "The Useless Mouths" and Other Literary Essays), they develop her unique sense of what it would mean for literature to be "committed."
Il reprochait a Benjamin Cremieux de comparer Interrogation et Le Songe de Montherlant avec A l'Ouest : ces livres relevaient de dominantes differentes, d'un cote << le lyrisme intellectuel >>, de l'autre, le << realisme de la sensibilite >> (62) ; celui-ci, on le trouverait en menant la comparaison avec par exemple Le Feu, Les Croix de bois de Dorgeles, voire La Percee de Jean Bernier.
"Happiness writes white," Henry de Montherlant said.