❆ Venices kindle Epub ❤ Author Paul Morand – E17streets4all.co.uk DIPLOMAT, WRITER AND POET, traveller and socialite, friend of Proust, Giraudoux and Malraux, Paul Morand was out of the most original writers of the twentieth century He was French literature s globe DIPLOMAT, WRITER AND POET, traveller and socialite, friend of Proust, Giraudoux and Malraux, Paul Morand was out of the most original writers of the twentieth century He was French literature s globe trotter, and his delightful autobiography is far from being yet another account of a writer s life Instead it is a poetic evocation of certain scenes among Morand s rich and varied encounters and experience, filtered through the one constant in his life the one place to which he would always return Venice.
Paul Morand was a French diplomat, novelist, playwright and poet, considered an early ModernistHe was a graduate of the Paris Institute of Political Studies better known as Sciences Po During the pre war period, he wrote many short books which are noted for their elegance of style, erudition, narrative concision, and for the author s observation of the countries he visited combined with his middle class viewsMorand s reputation has been marred by his stance during the Second World War, when he collaborated with the Vichy regime and was a vocal anti Semite When the Second World War ended, Morand served as an ambassador in Bern, but his position was revoked and he lived in exile in SwitzerlandPost war, he was a patron of the Hussards literary movement, which opposed Existentialism Morand went on to become a If you re looking for a CBR and CBZ reader member of the Acad mie fran aise his candidature was initially rejected by Charles de Paperback Á Venices eBook ò Gaulle, the only instance of a President ever exercising his right to veto electees to the academy Morand was finally elected ten years later, though he still had to forgo the official investiturePaul Morand was a friend of Marcel Proust and has left valuable observations about him.
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