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A Week in Literary History

November 3rd, 2002

French novelist, Resistance fighter, and statesman André Malraux (Man’s Fate, 1933) is born in 1901 in Paris.

André Malraux, b. November 3, 1901, d. 1976

malrauxMalraux became more than anything else in his lifetime an ornament to his country when, as an established novelist and art historian, he was chosen as France’s minister of culture. His novels won prizes, but his volumes on art deserve a wider readership. An inspiring man of letters.

Suggested Reading Novels The Conquerors, 1928. The Royal Way, 1930. Man’s Fate, 1933. Days of Wrath, 1935. The Walnut Trees of Altenburg, 1948. Books on Art The Psychology of Art, 1947-49. The Imaginary Museum of World Sculpture, 1952-54. The Voices of Silence, 1953. Autobiography Anti-Memoirs, 1968.

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