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The Unvanquished


  1. "The Unvanquished" a.k.a. "Aparajito" is a 1956 Indian Bengali drama film directed by Satyajit Ray, and is the second part of The Apu Trilogy. It is adapted from the last one-fifth of Bibhutibhushan Bannerjee's novel Pather Panchali and the first one-third of its sequel Aparajito. It starts off where its prequel Pather Panchali ended, with Apu's family moving to Varanasi, and chronicles Apu's life from childhood to adolescence in college, right up to his mother's death, when he is left all alone.
  2. "The Unvanquished" is a 1964 film noir directed by Alain Cavalier and starring Alain Delon opposite Lea Massari. The film's background is the Algerian War and Alain Delon plays Thomas Vlassenroot, a deserter of the French Foreign Legion in Algeria during the 1961 uprising. When a former lieutenant who now works for the OAS proposes to him to kidnap lawyer Dominique Servet, who is in Algiers to defend some Algerian nationalists, Thomas agrees. However Thomas falls in love with Dominique and helps her escape back to France. In doing so he comes into inevitable conflict with his OAS colleagues who subsequently hunt them down. The film was not a completely happy experience for Alain Delon. He sustained physical injuries while filming and the reception of the picture by the French public was not good probably because it reminded the French of their defeat in the Algerian war while the censors insisted on a number of cuts which compromised the artistic integrity of the film. Alain Delon along with Georges Beaume were the two producers of the film. Despite Alain Delon's great performance, the film is considered his first failure.
  3. "The Unvanquished" is a 1971 drama, romance film written by Panos Kontellis and directed by Apostolos Tegopoulos.
    • also known as O aittitos, Aittitos, Undefeated
    • starring: Alekos Alexandrakis as Kostas Valis
    • released in (44 years ago)


  1. "The Unvanquished" is a novel by the American author William Faulkner, set in Yoknapatawpha County. It tells the story of the Sartoris family, who first appeared in the novel Sartoris. The Unvanquished takes place before that story, and is set during the American Civil War. Principal characters are Bayard Sartoris, John Sartoris, Granny, Ringo, Ab Snopes, Cousin Drusilla, Aunt Jenny, Louvinia, and the lieutenant.
    • also known as "The Unvanquished (Signet #977)", Los Invictos
    • language: English Language
    • authors: William Faulkner & W. Faulkner
    • genre: Fiction
    • subjects: 20th century, History, Mississippi, Literary, United States of America, Classics, Literature
    • released in (77 years ago)
  2. "The unvanquished" is a book by Howard Fast.
    • subjects: History, United States of America
  3. "The unvanquished" is a book by James Lamar Roberts.

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Google previewCreating Yoknapatawpha (2013)

Readers and Writers in Faulkner's Fiction by Owen Robinson

while The Unvanquished is an episodic book essentially constructed from existing short stories (with the exception of...

Google previewTravels On The Road To America (2015)

by Kenneth C. Gardner, Jr.

The Unvanquished is an easy read. It's made up of seven sections which describe members of the Sartoris family, Southern aristocrats, during and after the Civil War, sometimes humorously, sometimes sentimentally. Intruder in the Dust is ...

Google previewAs I Lay Dying (2011)

by William Faulkner

The Unvanquished is a novel of the Sartoris family, ...

Google previewThe United Stories of America (1999)

Studies in the Short Story Composite by Rolf Lundén

Faulkner's The Unvanquished is a sequence of tightly interlocking, ...

Google previewOutside the Law (1998)

Narratives on Justice in America by Susan Shreve, Porter Shreve

Although The Unvanquished is a Civil War novel, the issue has nothing to do with race; rather it concerns the. 7. For example, the aphorism that inspired this whole argument turns out to come not from Montesquieu at all, but from Pascal.

Google previewThe Sound and the Fury (2011)

by William Faulkner

The Unvanquished is a novel of the Sartoris family, ...

Google previewFaulkner and the Black Literatures of the Americas (2016)

by Jay Watson, James G. Thomas

The Unvanquished is a difficult historical novel ...

Google previewA William Faulkner Encyclopedia (1999)

by Robert W. Hamblin, Charles A. Peek

"ODOR OF VERBENA, AN," the last of the seven chapters that make up Faulkner's novel The Unvanquished (1938). "An Odor of Verbena" is the only section of the novel not previously published as a short story. (After finishing the story in 1937 ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of the American Short Story (2015)

by Abby H. P. Werlock

William Faulkner's The Unvanquished has been viewed asbotha novel and a short story cycle.

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Libertarianism (2008)

by Ronald Hamowy

Classical Liberalism: The Unvanquished Ideal. Basingstoke, UK, and New York: Macmillan and St. Martin's Press, 1995. Friedman, Milton. Capitalism and Freedom. Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, 1962. Hayek, Friedrich.

Google previewEncyclopedia of the Novel (2014)

by Paul Schellinger

and William Faulkner's The Unvanquished (1938), bothof which, as in Fidelman, develop common themes and characters to create unity and coherence. Viewed as a ...

Google previewThe New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture (2013)

Volume 24: Race by Thomas C. Holt, Laurie Beth Green, Charles Reagan Wilson

The Unvanquished (1938), The Wild Palms (1939), ...

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