4 edition of Jules Romains found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. -134.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 100 p. :|
|Number of Pages||79|
|2||Classiques du xxe siècle|
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They were only just alive, how can they be dead? And how could I recognize that Jules Romains night falls, the dark feels like your grief enveloping you? You can find her at cherylpappas. His subject-matter is nothing grandios and sublime in scale—and this is perhaps why he has received so little attention.
The underdrawing, investigated with IRR, shows some common features to the panel held in the National Gallery in Bologna, the one in the Liechtenstein Museum in Vienna, and an unpublished version in a private collection.
Popular As Louis Henri Jean Farigoule Occupation writer Age 87 years old Zodiac Sign Virgo Born 26 August 1885 Birthday 26 August Birthplace Saint-Julien-Chapteuil, Haute-Loire, France Date of death 14 August, 1972 Died Place Paris, France Nationality We recommend you to check the complete list of Famous People born on 26 August. Age, Biography and Wiki Jules Romains Louis Henri Jean Farigoule was born on 26 August, 1885 in Saint-Julien-Chapteuil, Haute-Loire, France, is a Writer.
He had walked on the moon and now he was dead! I hoped the city would reinvigorate my low spirits, and to help make this happen, I decided to chase down some literary ghosts, to see if they had anything to say to me. The book is out of print, with old copies circulating in library stacks and the digital scan of the 1914 translation on Google Books serving Jules Romains the only reminders of its existence. When I think back on the young woman I was that Boston summer in 1991, swallowing up so many stories about death, I see myself as one of those women in the novel, hopping and skipping to buy a wreath for a dead man.
I've begun to try to read my way through a list I'm in the process of compiling of what might be the hundred best novels of the 1910s.
What experiences did he have during that year? As I revisited this memory, leafing through my old copy of The Death of a Nobody, I decided it could not withstand another reading, and printed out a digital edition I found online.
I wondered how I would read it now, decades closer to the end of my life.
I say might be because I've read hardly any of them; I'm going on reputation and as far as I'm able to given my limited linguistic abilities trying to be as varied as possible.