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Martin du Gard

(French martɛ̃ dy ɡar)
n
(Biography) Roger (rɔʒe). 1881–1958, French novelist, noted for his series of novels, Les Thibault (1922–40): Nobel prize for literature 1937

Mar•tin du Gard

(mar tɛ̃ dü ˈgar)

n.
Ro•ger (rɔˈʒeɪ) 1881–1958, French novelist: Nobel prize 1937.
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Dans une lettre de protestation au gouvernement, Andre Malraux, Roger Martin du Gard, Francois Mauriac et Jean-Paul Sartre l'avaient somme, "au nom de la Declaration des droits de l'homme et du citoyen, de condamner sans equivoque l'usage de la torture, qui deshonore la cause qu'il pretend servir".
This consultation concerns the supply of food from 11 colleges Cher (College Jean Renoir in Bourges, College Jean Moulin and College Jean Valette in Saint-Amand, College George Sand in Avord Littre school and college Jules Verne in Bourges, college Antoine Meillet in Chateaumeillant, Joliot Curie college Mehun-sur-Yevre, Voltaire College in Saint-Florent, Roger Martin du Gard to college and college Sancergues Sancerre).
Alors que l'accusation de desorienter la jeunesse parait a Roger Martin du Gard comme <<l'ancienne accusation que l'on porte contre tous les emancipateurs de l'esprit>>.
La correspondencia entre Roger Martin du Gard y Albert Camus, ambos Premio Nobel, acaba de ser publicada en septiembre por la legendaria editorial Gallimard para celebrar el centenario del nacimiento del autor de El extranjero.
Apasionada igual por la literatura que por la pintura, lo mismo por el cine que por el arte del bien viajar y comer, como signos de identidad de un ser profundamente vital, mucho recuerdo su peculiar entusiasmo al hablar de obras torales de la literatura francesa contemporanea como las novelas-rio En busca del tiempo perdido de Marcel Proust o Los Thibault de Roger Martin du Gard, por otra lado muy musicales y profundamente influidas en su construccion por el arte de Euterpe.
Francine Dugast-Portes and Marie-Odile Andre offer lucid contributions on Colette and Roger Martin du Gard.
Cuando en noviembre de 1913 Roger Martin du Gard (1) da a la luz su novela Jean Barois (2), la crisis aguda del modernismo teologico estaba en su fase final.
The close friend, Roger Martin Du Gard, an important French writer in his own right, begins his memoir in 1913 with the words: "At last I have met Andre Gide
Roger Martin du Gard Lieutenant-Colonel de Maumort Luc Brebion, Timothy Crouse, trs.
On New Year's Day 1931, the novelist Roger Martin du Gard (1881-1958) and his wife were seriously injured in a car crash, and they spent the next few months recuperating in a Le Mans hospital.
Le Premier Homme would thus mark the beginning of a process of reconstruction, one that allowed Camus to make a break with Dostoevsky's 'legacy of shadows' by developing a style of Tolstoyan epaisseur wedded to the sobriety of Roger Martin du Gard (p.
Examples include Jean-Christophe (1904-12) by Romain Rolland, A la recherche du temps perdu (1913-27; Remembrance of Things Past) by Marcel Proust, Les Thibault (1922-40) by Roger Martin du Gard, and Les Hommes de bonne volonte, (1932-46; Men of Good Will) by Jules Romains.