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Anatole France

(Jaques Anatole Francois Thibault)
France (1844 - 1924)

Anatole France won the Nobel Prize for literature in 1921 - a noted man of letters, he was a leading figure of French literary life. In the 1920 his writings were put on the Index of Forbidden Books of the Roman Catholic Church.
   Balthasar (1889)
   At the Sign of the Reine Pedauque (1893)
   Thais (1901)
   Crainquebille (1904)
   The White Stone (1905)
   The Red Lily (1908)
   Penguin Island (1909)
   Rabelais (1909)
   The Opinions of Jerome Coignard (1913)
   The Revolt of the Angels (1914)
   The Man Who Married a Dumb Wife (1915)
   The Human Tragedy (1917)
   The Crime of Sylvestre Bonnard (1918)
   The Bloom of Life (1923)
   Pierre Noziere (1923)
   Monsieur Bergeret in Paris (1925)
   My Friend's Book (1925)
   One Can But Try (1925)
   Under the Rose (1927)
   In All France (1930)
   The Romance of the Queen Pedauque (1931)
   The Art of Crainquebille (1949)
   The Gods Will Have Blood (1979)
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