Jean Gilles Schoolboy (Classic Reprint)

Jean Gilles Schoolboy Classic Reprint Excerpt from Jean Gilles SchoolboyThis year no such negative course could be countenanced under pain of drawing ridicule upon the newly instituted prize Grave and exhaustive were the deliberations of

  • Title: Jean Gilles Schoolboy (Classic Reprint)
  • Author: André Lafon
  • ISBN: 9780282319311
  • Page: 465
  • Format: Paperback
  • Excerpt from Jean Gilles SchoolboyThis year no such negative course could be countenanced, under pain of drawing ridicule upon the newly instituted prize.Grave and exhaustive were the deliberations of the judges poignant the suspense of the aspirants The condition that candidates should not present themselves, but that the Academie should select the competitors for itsExcerpt from Jean Gilles SchoolboyThis year no such negative course could be countenanced, under pain of drawing ridicule upon the newly instituted prize.Grave and exhaustive were the deliberations of the judges poignant the suspense of the aspirants The condition that candidates should not present themselves, but that the Academie should select the competitors for its favour, left a field as wide as France itself, and greatly enhanced the excitement.Writers there were in plenty whose feet were already placed on the ladder of fame The Academie was fully alive to their claims, but its desire was rather to distinguish some new author, to discover some hitherto unrecognised talent.About the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books Find at forgottenbooksThis book is a reproduction of an important historical work Forgotten Books uses state of the art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.

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      Issu d une vieille famille blayaise, il effectue ses tudes Bordeaux, avant que de rejoindre ses parents l ge de 17 ans dans la petite sous pr fecture girondine La calme et lumineuse atmosph re de la cit nich e tout au bord de l estuaire suscite ses premiers mois de po sie Surveillant au coll ge de Blaye, il consacre ses moindres heures de libert et une partie de ses nuits l tude et ach ve brillamment ses humanit s.En 1908, il publie son premier recueil de vers, les Po mes provinciaux d du Beffroi, Paris , puis en 1911, alors qu il a gagn Paris, une deuxi me s rie, La Maison pauvre d du Temps pr sent, Paris L ann e suivante, para t son premier roman, L l ve Gilles Perrin , r dit en 1956 avec une pr face de Fran ois Mauriac, par le Club fran ais du Livre, d licate et m lancolique autobiographie de sa vie de coll ge Andr Lafon obtient, le 3 mars 1912, le Grand prix de litt rature de l Acad mie fran aise En 1914, il publie un autre roman, La Maison sur la rive.Il est fianc un temps avec une amie des Mauriac, la femme de lettres Jeanne Alleman, en litt rature Jean Balde Peu de temps avant la guerre, il rompt les fian ailles Quoique de sant d licate, Andr Lafon est reconnu apte au service lorsque la guerre clate Affect comme gestionnaire ambulancier, il contracte la scarlatine et succombe l h pital Saint Nicolas de Bordeaux Pour le personnage de Nicolas Plassac dans Galiga , Fran ois Mauriac s est inspir de son grand ami Andr Lafon, auquel il consacre un essai, Vie et Mort d un po te Dans sa pr face L l ve Gilles, il crit L univers tel qu Andr Lafon le contemplait mes c t s, mais qui l avait en quelque sorte p n tr d s son enfance, il en avait t envahi, poss d , au point que, depuis Maurice de Gu rin, nous chercherions en vain dans les lettres fran aises un jeune tre identifi la nature comme le fut Andr Lafon.

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