André Malraux

Standard Name: Malraux, André
Used Form: Andre Malraux


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Friends, Associates Dorothy Bussy
Meanwhile one of their tenants at La Souco was André Malraux , who stayed there with his family from 1940 to 1942.
Caws, Mary Ann, and Sarah Bird Wright. Bloomsbury and France: Art and Friends. Oxford University Press.
politics Storm Jameson
This hit-list contained the names of all those monsters and cannibals who openly preach destruction of millions of human lives and the greatest values of world culture.
Jameson, Storm. Journey from the North. Harper and Row.
In her autobiography Jameson claims that she...
Textual Production Dorothy Bussy
She followed this with another translation of a book about a painter, Camille Mauclair 's Antoine Watteau , 1684-1721, in 1906. The next year she published her essay Eugène Delacroix. In later years...
Theme or Topic Treated in Text Storm Jameson
Her central theme here is the responsibility of the writer for the survival of the values of liberal humanism.
British Book News. British Council.
(1950): 838
Her title essay paints a sombre political picture of Britain. SJ discusses the...
Theme or Topic Treated in Text Storm Jameson
Throughout this work SJ glosses over such events as marriage, divorce, and illness in favour of examining her psychology and behaviour, her struggle to balance motherhood and a public career, the value of creative writing...
Wealth and Poverty Dorothy Bussy
At these times they rented out La Souco, a practice which became an important source of income. Their tenants included Rudyard Kipling , George Mallory , and André Malraux ; André Gide and Julian Morrell


21-25 June 1935: The First International Congress of Writers...

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21-25 June 1935

The First International Congress of Writers for the Defence of Culture (an anti-fascist event urging the responsibility of writers to their society) was held in Paris.


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