Romains


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Romains

(French rɔmɛ̃)
n
(Biography) Jules (ʒyl). pseudonym of Louis Farigoule. 1885–1972, French poet, dramatist, and novelist. His works include the novel Men of Good Will (1932–46)
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Lawrence, Sherwood Anderson, Jules Romains, Edna St.
Romains was a leading exponent of unanimism in such early poetry as La Vie unanime (1908) and in the novels Mort de quelqu 'un (1911; translated as The Death of a Nobody, 1914) and Les Copains (1913; translated as The Boys in the Back Room, 1937).
Le ministre de la culture sae1/4aoest rendu dans le cadre de sa visite dans la wilaya de Guelma Uu piscine romaine Uu Hammam Debagh dans la commune dae1/4aoHUu[c]liopolis, aux thermes romains de la ville de Guelma avant dae1/4aoassiter Uu des activitUu[c]s culturelles et artistiques au niveau de la maison de jeunes scientifique Salah Boubenider, Uu la maison de la culture et au thUu[c]UuAotre rUu[c]gional de la ville.
Ce fut egalement une belle occasion d'ouverture a travers des signatures de convention de cooperation entre les artistes allemands, portugais, francais et romains.
Plus grande fete du calendrier chretien celebrant la resurrection de Jesus, la ceremonie sur la place Saint-Pierre etait suivie par des centaines de milliers de Romains et de fideles de differents pays, et retransmise par les televisions de nombreux pays.
Though the Lettres persanes, Le Temple de Gnide, and the Considerations sur les causes de la grandeur des Romains et de leur decadence had been published anonymously, it became an open secret that Montesquieu was the author.
The Orders are, as you would expect in a book of this kind, properly demonstrated in all their detail 'after Normand' (Charles Normand's canonical mid nineteenth century Nouveau Paralele des Ordres d'Architecture des Grecs, des Romains ...).
Les Martagons may remind readers of Jules Romains's classic Les copains by its series of pranks and coalescing unanimism; but whereas the 1913 buddies hoped to awaken French townspeople to their importance as groups, Noguez's companions want to exact revenge on individual, commercial, and institutional wrongdoers: it is a different aim, more biting perhaps, yet just as hilariously achieved.
Bishop and classical scholar famous for his translation of Plutarch's Parallel Lives ( Les Vies des hommes illustres Grecs et Romains, 1559), which became a major influence in shaping the Renaissance concept of the tragic hero.
Many of his beliefs will be seen to be developments of ideas expressed by pacifist intellectuals, all more or less attached to the Nouvelle Revue Francaise, such as Alain, Giono, Romains; others will be seen to stem from the standard French view on the nature of the previous war, thus the likely nature of the next.