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André Malraux (1901–1976)

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Andre (Georges) Malraux, 1901- 1976 French novelist Andre Malraux was born in Paris to a wealthy family. His father was Fernand-Georges Malraux, a stockbroker, and his mother was Berthe (Lamy) Malraux. He attended the Lycee Condorcet and studied oriental languages at the Ecole des Langues mostra altro Orientales. His parents separated when he was a child, and his mother brought him up. His father committed suicide in 1930. Malraux was also considered an adventurer, art historian, and statesman. He was the Minister for Cultural Affairs for eleven years from 1958-1969. He worked as an art editor at Gallimard publishers in Paris. He attended archaeological expeditions in Iran and Afghanistan. At the age of twenty-one, Malraux went to Cambodia with his wife, writer Clara Goldsmidt, where he was imprisoned for taking bas-reliefs from a Khmer temple. In 1925, he went to Saigon and joined the anti-colonial Young Annam League. In World War II, Malraux served in a French tank Unit. He was wounded and captured, but he managed to escape and join the Resistance where he met General Charles de Gaulle. He escaped a second capture in 1944 and received the Medaille de la Resistance, the Croix de Guerre and the British Distinguished Service Order for his service. Malraux's short novel "Le Temps De Mapris" (1935), tells the story of a Communist who's held prisoner in a Nazi concentration camp. In the Spanish Civil War, Malraux fought for the Republicans (1936-1939). He was wounded twice in the effort to stop Franco's advance on Madrid. His novel "L'Espoir" (1937) tells of Republican Spain in combat. This was also adapted for the screen in 1938 and the film was titled Sierrade Teruel. After "L'Espoir", Malraux divorced and had a liaison with Josette Clotis. She died in a railroad accident in 1945. At this time, Malraux broke from communism and began writing non-fiction. In 1948, Malrauxe married Marie-Madeline Lioux, a concert pianist and widow of his half-brother. In 1961, he lost his two sons in an accident. In 1958, when de Gaulle came to power, he was appointed first Minister of Information and then, a year later, Minister of State for Cultural Affairs. In 1967, Malraux's autobiography "Anti-Memoires" was published. In it, Malraux mixed fact with fiction and excerpts from his novels. Later volumes of his personal recollections involved Pablo Picasso, Leopold Sedar Senghor and de Gaulle. In "Felled Oaks" (1971), Malraux tells of his conversations with de Gaulle, his political idol. After leaving politics, Malraux retired to a suburb of Paris and continued to write until his death on November 23, 1976. (Bowker Author Biography) mostra meno
Fonte dell'immagine: Gisele Freund (1935)

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Opere di André Malraux

La condizione umana (1933) 2,509 copie
La speranza (1937) — Autore — 590 copie
Anti-Memoirs (1967) — Autore — 445 copie
Il museo dei musei (1951) 345 copie
La voie royale (1930) 334 copie
I conquistatori (1928) — Autore — 262 copie
La tentazione dell'occidente (1926) — Autore — 118 copie
Days of Wrath (1935) 84 copie
Museum without Walls (1967) 69 copie
Felled Oaks: Conversation with De Gaulle (1971) — Autore — 69 copie
The Walnut Trees of Altenburg (1948) — Autore — 61 copie
The metamorphosis of the gods (1957) — Autore — 60 copie
Lazarus (1974) — Autore — 59 copie
Le Musée imaginaire (1965) 50 copie
Romans (1947) — Autore — 30 copie
Saturn : an essay on Goya (1950) 22 copie
Malraux : Oeuvres complètes, tome 1 (1945) — Autore — 21 copie
Le miroir des limbes (1976) 17 copie
L'homme précaire et la littérature (1977) — Autore — 16 copie
The Psychology of Art (1947) 16 copie
Album Malraux (1986) 16 copie
Malraux : Oeuvres complètes, tome 3 (1945) — Autore — 13 copie
La Reina De Saba (1993) 13 copie
Malraux : Oeuvres complètes, tome 2 (1996) — Autore — 12 copie
La métamorphose des dieux, tome 2 : L'Irréel (1957) — Autore — 11 copie
The Creative Act (1948) 10 copie
Museum Without Walls (1947) 10 copie
Hôtes de passage (1975) — Autore — 8 copie
Le Surnaturel (1957) — Autore — 8 copie
Oeuvres Complètes : Ecrits sur l'art (2004) — Autore — 7 copie
Vermeer de Delft (2011) 4 copie
Écrits farfelus (2012) — Autore — 4 copie
Oraisons funèbres (1971) 4 copie
Malraux, être et dire (1976) 4 copie
Pages choisies (romans) (1955) 3 copie
Malraux : Essais : Œuvres complètes (Tome 6) (2010) — Autore — 3 copie
Goya (1957) 2 copie
Man's Fate 2 copie
Malraux face aux jeunes (2016) 2 copie
La fin et le commencement. (1976) — Autore — 2 copie
L'univers farfelu d'André Malraux (2009) — Autore — 2 copie
Kanton'da Isyan (2000) 1 copia
L'intemporel 1 copia
L' espoir 1 copia
Dessins (French Edition) (1998) 1 copia
Oeuvres completes II (1945) 1 copia
Düssel Müze (2020) 1 copia
Great Speeches 1946-1973 (2006) 1 copia
Goya (1970) 1 copia
Le Monde Chretien (1954) 1 copia
Oeuvres completes VI (1945) 1 copia
Oeuvres completes IV (1945) 1 copia
Oeuvres completes V (1945) 1 copia
Oeuvres completes VII (1945) 1 copia
Les conquérants (1985) 1 copia
Dyables (1995) 1 copia
Israël (1955) 1 copia
"This is war" 1 copia
G.Braque 1 copia
SHPRESA 1 copia
BÜYÜK YOL 1 copia
La cabeza de obsidiana (1974) 1 copia
Håpet 1 copia

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India in Mind (2005) — Collaboratore — 80 copie
Great French Short Novels (1952) — Collaboratore — 32 copie
Le Coeur Battant (1976)alcune edizioni12 copie
La Condition Humaine, Malraux (Profil d'une Oeuvre) (1984) — Collaboratore — 12 copie
Drawings of Goya in the Prado Museum (Master Draughtsman) (1947)alcune edizioni6 copie
Profil d'une œuvre. L'espoir, Malraux (1970) — Collaboratore — 5 copie
Correspondance (1941-1959) et autres textes: 1941-1959 (2016) — Autore, alcune edizioni3 copie
Iran : Parther und Sasaniden — A cura di, alcune edizioni1 copia

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Espoir: Sierra de Teruel (English title: Days of Hope or Man's Hope) is a 1938-39 Spanish-French black and white war film, directed by Boris Peskine and André Malraux. It was not commercially released until 1945. Malraux wrote the novel L'Espoir, or Man's Hope, published in 1937, which was basis for the film. The director won the 1945 Prix Louis Delluc award.

The crash of a Spanish Republican Air Force Potez 540 plane near Valdelinares inspired André Malraux to write the novel.

Different years are given for the film's completion. The novel was published in French in 1937 and in English in 1938. The film uses war footage from 1938 and was edited, and other scenes shot, during 1938–1939. It was finished in July 1939 and shown twice in Paris, but Francoist Spain applied pressure to censor it. All known copies were destroyed during World War II. A copy was found and the film was released again in 1945. In Spain, it was banned and was not screened until 1977, after the death of Franco (fonte: Wikipedia)… (altro)
 
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