André Gide
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André Gide

André Gide was a giant of twentieth-century French literature. An innovator of the novelistic form, he undertook a life-long exploration of morality in his work, and was a major influence on the writing of Jean-Paul Sartre and Albert Camus. Gide was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1947. A new translation of Gide's satire The Vatican Cellars was published by Gallic Books in a centenary edition in 2014. Photo Collection Catherine Gide © Editions Gallimard
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