4 edition of Jean Giono found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -211) and index.
|Statement||Ibrahim H. Badr.|
|Series||Currents in comparative romance languages and literatures ;, vol. 60|
|LC Classifications||PQ2613.I57 Z585 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 214 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||214|
|LC Control Number||97013069|
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In the fall ofHerman Melville traveled to London to deliver his novel White-Jacket to his publisher. On his return to America, Melville would write : New York Review Books. About Occupation Journal. A captivating literary and historical record, Jean Giono’s Occupation Journal offers a glimpse into life in collaborationist France during the Second World War, as seen through the eyes and thoughts of one of France’s greatest and most independent writers.
Written during the years of France’s occupation by the Nazis, Jean Giono’s Occupation Journal. Jean Giono, Manosque, Haute-Provence, France, circa s. Jean Giono (–), whose complete works are available in an eight-volume Pléiade edition, had a long writing career, from his first novel, Colline (translated into English as Hill of Destiny), into his last, L’Iris de Suse, published inthe year of his several crucial periods.
Jean Giono (), the only son of a cobbler and a laundress, was one of France's greatest writers. He was a pacifist, and he was imprisoned in France for 5/5(1). Regain (Le Livre De Poche) (French Edition) by Jean Giono and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Jean Giono books online.
Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Pugnet, Jacques, Jean Giono. Paris: Éditions universitaires,  (OCoLC) Named Person. About Melville: A Novel. Originally published to promote his French translation of Moby-Dick, Jean Giono’s Melville: A Novel is an astonishing literary compound of fiction, biography, personal essay, and criticism.
In the fall ofHerman Melville traveled to London to deliver his novel White-Jacket to his publisher. On his return to America, Melville would write Moby-Dick. Jean Giono est né et mort à Manosque (). Dans leur majeure partie, la vie et l'oeuvre de Jean Giono s'enracinent en Haute-Provence.
Conteur exalté, chantre d'une nature et d'une paysannerie quasi mythologique, pacifiste entêté (Le Serpent d'étoiles, Triomphe de la vie), il est aussi l'auteur d'oeuvres plus «classiques» (Mort d'un personnage, Le Hussard sur le toit.
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Although this is a book for the ages, for all ages, it finds special relevance for our time. Everyone can benefit from the reading of this little book.5/5(5). From its opening page, Giono’s short, powerful novel reveals the conflicts that run through it.
The prose (and Eprile’s translation) is immediately terse and descriptive, setting the scene: a group of four homes, known as “the White Houses,” and the nearby fountain that provides them with water. From an early age, Jean Giono roamed the hills of his native Provence.
He absorbed oral traditions and, at the same time, devoured the Greek and Roman classics. Hill, his first novel and the first winner of the Prix Brentano, comes fully back to life in Paul Eprile’s poetic translation.
Jean Giono. Jean Giono was born in in Manosque, Provence, and lived there most of his life. He supported his family working as a bank clerk for eighteen years before his first two novels were published, thanks to the generosity of André.In this intimate narrative of his travels through Italy, appearing in English for the first time (it was originally published in ), Giono brings his novelist's sensibility not only to the beauty and surprise that is Italy but to the profound questions of why one travels, and what one brings to such an undertaking.
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