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Definition of the noun gide
What does gide mean as a name of something?
- French author and dramatist who is regarded as the father of modern French literature (1869-1951)
"Gide" is a book by Christopher D. Bettinson.
- also known as "Gide: a study"
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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Gide
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by Mark Wollaeger, Matt Eatough
Gide is a person of “strength” [khỏe mạnh], “restless energy” [bứt rứt khó chịu], with the “inclinations to run and jump” [ưa...
The Work of Fire (1995)
by Maurice Blanchot
Gide is the meeting place of two conceptions of literature, that of traditional art which places the good fortune of producing masterpieces above everything, and literature as experience, which makes fun of works of art and is ready to ruin itself ...
by Maire Cross
In this sense, Gide is a feather to every wind that blows. But some blow more tempestuously than others – and while Gide was arguing nuances with Drouin and Valéry, Rouart ...
by Michael David Sollars, Arbolina Llamas Jennings
Gide: A Study. Totowa, N.J.: Rowman & Littlefield, 1977 . Brachfeld,Georges Israel.André Gide and the Communist Temptation.Geneva: Librairie E. Droz, 1959. Brennan, Joseph Gerard. Three Philosophical Novelists: ...
by Victor E. Taylor, Charles E. Winquist
The term mise en abyme was introduced by Andre Gide (l869 l95l) to describe a work within a work. Since the l 950s, interest in the construction of the subject or self, and the circularity or doubling of a subject, has led critics and theorists to ...
by Paul Poplawski
Gide deals with the conflict between divine and earthly love. Here, puritan self-abnegation on the part of Al- issa (whose diaries eventually form an important element of the récti) blots out all hope of fulfillment in love ...
Sixth Edition by David Thomson
1951: Blackmailed; Avec André Gide; La Demoiselle et Son Revenant. 1952: Jean Coton.
Encyclopedia of the Essay (2012)
by Tracy Chevalier
Gide,. Andre. French, 1869-1951 If we ignore the early satirical parables and symbolist fiction, the lyrical pieces, pamphlets, travel diaries, political and social tracts, and the major works of fiction, we are left chiefly with the lengthy major ...
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Quotes about Gide
Know thyself? A maxim as pernicious as it is ugly. Whoever observes himself arrests his own development. A caterpillar who wanted to know itself well would never become a butterfly. (Andre Gide)
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Scrabble value of G2I1D2E1
The value of this 4-letter word is 6 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.Couldn't select: Got error 28 from storage engine