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  1. The Life of Ramakrishna by Romain Rolland, 1929-06-01
  2. Jean-Christophe in Paris: The market-place, Antoinette, The house by Romain Rolland, Gilbert Cannan, 2010-08-29
  3. Jean-Christophe, Volume I by Romain Rolland, 2009-10-04
  4. The Jean-Christophe Cycle by Romain Rolland, 2008-11-04
  5. Musicians of to-day by Romain Rolland, 1915-01-01
  6. Life of Vivekananda by Romain Rolland, Translated from the French by E.F. Malcolm-Smith, et all 1953-04-15
  7. Romain Rolland by R. A. Francis, 1999-05-01
  8. Jean-Christophe (French Edition) by Romain Rolland, 2010-09-10
  9. Mahatma Gandhi;: The man who became one with the universal being, by Romain Rolland, 1924
  10. Jean Christophe In Paris by Romain Rolland, 2010-05-23
  11. Critical Bibliography of the Published Writings of Romain Rolland: (Northwestern University Humanities Series : No. 21) by William T. Starr, 1972-06
  12. Romain Rolland's Jean-Christophe by Romain Rolland, 2010-10-14
  13. Mahatma Gandhi by Romain Rolland, 2003-03
  14. The Universality of man: The message of Romain Rolland : addresses and papers of international seminar organised jointly by the Sahitya Akademi and Festival of France in India, 15-17 January 1990 by Sibnarayan (ed.) Ray, 1992

1. Romain Rolland - Biographical-Critical Essay
Critical essay by Sven Söderman on romain rolland, winner of nobel Prize in Literature 1915.Category Arts Literature Authors R rolland, romain...... 1917). romain rolland's masterpiece, for which he has received the nobelPrize in Literature in 1915, is JeanChristophe. This powerful
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, an erudite and penetrating work which was awarded a prize by the French Academy, and a Latin thesis, Cur ars picturae apud Italos XVI saeculi deciderit and thereafter (1903) to the Sorbonne, where until 1910 he gave a remarkable course on the history of music. In addition to his duties at the university, he devoted himself to music criticism during these years and acquired a wide reputation not only in France but all over Europe when he published his articles and reviews in book form under the titles Musiciens d'autrefois Some Musicians of Former Days ] and Musiciens d'aujourd'hui Musicians of Today
Rolland made his debut in pure literature in 1897 with a play in five acts, Saint-Louis , which he published together with (1898) and Le Triomphe de la raison (1899), under the common title (1909) [Tragedies of Faith]. In these plays he sought to set forth, under the mask of historial events, the miseries that souls faithful to their ideals meet in their struggle with the world. He also wrote (1909), which includes

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"as a tribute to the lofty idealism of his literary production and to the sympathy and love of truth with which he has described different types of human beings" Romain Rolland France b.1866
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3. Romain Rolland Winner Of The 1915 Nobel Prize In Literature
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ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF nobel PRIZE LAUREATES IN LITERATURE. Name, Year Awarded.Agnon, Shmuel Yosef, 1966. Reymont, Wladyslaw Stanislaw, 1924. rolland, romain, 1915.
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Rolland Nobel Prize for Literature in 1915. (1913; "The Tragedies of Faith"), which contains (1898), and (1904), which includes a presentation of the Dreyfus Affair, Les Loups The Wolves ), and Danton Les Cahiers de la Quinzaine, where he first published his best-known novel, Jean-Christophe, 10 vol. (1904-12). For this and for his pamphlet (1915; "Above the Battle"), a call for France and Germany to respect truth and humanity throughout their struggle in World War I, he was awarded the Nobel Prize. His thought was the centre of a violent controversy and was not fully understood until 1952 with the posthumous publication of his ("Journal of the War Years, 1914-1919"). In 1914 he moved to Switzerland, where he lived until his return to France in 1937. His passion for the heroic found expression in a series of biographies of geniuses: Vie de Beethoven Beethoven ), who was for Rolland the universal musician above all the others; Vie de Michel-Ange The Life of Michel Angelo ), and Vie de Tolstoi Tolstoy ), among others.

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    10. Romain Rolland (1866-1944) French Writer.
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    Guide picks (1866-1944) French writer. Romain Rolland's most famous work is "Jean Christophe," a partly autobiographical novel, which also won him the 1915 Nobel Prize in Literature.
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    By the terms of Alfred Bernhard Nobel's will (1896), the Nobel Prize for Literature is given to the person who has produced "the most distinguished work of an idealistic tendency" in the field of literature Nobel Prize Internet Archive Learn more about this recipient of the 1915 literature prize. Includes a link to a bibliography of the essayist's work.

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    Translate this page Malgré son récent prix nobel de littérature, plus aucun éditeur ne veut le RomainRolland conçoit l'Europe et rêve d'uriversalisme à l'époque des
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    les Loups Danton, 1901; le Quatorze-Juillet Colas Breugnon , 1919), deux grands cycles romanesques: Jean-Christoph e (10 vol., 1904-1912),"roman-fleuve" (mot de Rolland) consacré à un musicien imaginaire de génie, et (7 vol., 1922-1934).
    Jean-Christophe , le premier Roman-Fleuve en dix volumes qui raconte l'histoire d'un individu pns dans les filets de l'Histoire. Ce roman musical dont la matière est le sentiment, met en scène Jean-Chnstophe," I'homme éternel, dans son aspiration héroïque à la liberté et à la vérité". A travers son entreprise totalisante, Romain Rolland rénove le genre de la biographie et ouvre la voie à Georges Duhamel Roger Martin du Gard et Jules Romains Dans Jean Christophe
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    multiplie les appels à l'union fraternelle des peuples. En vain. En 1916,il est retranché à Genève où il travaille pour l'Agence des prisonniers de guerre. Il est alors un personnage maudit, rejeté en France où on le surnomme" Rolland le Germain". Malgré son récent prix Nobel de littérature, plus aucun éditeur ne veut le publier. Pourtant, la même passion, la même énergie régénératrice I'anime toujours, demeuré indépendant et fidèle à ses convictions dans une Europe en pleine déraison.
    On peut souligner l'exemplarité de l'action et l'actualité de Romain Rolland. En effet, I'écrivain, dont le nom orne encore le front d'écoles ou d'avenues, a presque sombré dans l' réparer l'injustice faite à celui qui faisait sienne la devise d'Héraclite:" Avec les dissonances, construire la plus belle harmonie."

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    French novelist, dramatist, essayist, mystic, pacifist, who was awarded nobel Prizefor Literature romain rolland was born in Clemency, to a middleclass family
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    B C D ... Z by birthday from the calendar Credits and feedback Romain Rolland (1866-1944) French novelist, dramatist, essayist, mystic, pacifist, who was awarded Nobel Prize for Literature in 1915. Rolland saw that art must be a part of the struggle to bring enlightenment to people. In his work he attacked all forms nazism and fascism, and struggled for social and political justice. Rolland never joined any party but he acquired a reputation as an ardent Communist. "In politics, he has always been a republican with advanced Socialist sympathies, and internationalist at heart, and, as they said in the eighteenth century, a 'citizen of the world.' He has always fought social injustice. In art, he loves, above all, Beethoven, Shakespeare, and Goethe... Rembrandt is the painter dearest to him. But his chosen country is Italy." (Rolland on himself, World Authors 1900-1950 , vol. 3, ed. by Martin Seymour-Smith and Andrew C. Kimmens, 1996) Romain Rolland was born in Clemency, to a middle-class family. His father was a lawyer and his mother, the former Antoinette-Marie Courot, was a pious and introspective woman. In 1880 the family moved to Paris in 1880 in order to obtain a better schooling for their son. Antoinette , actually a short novel, and La Foire sur la place , criticism of of the literary and artistic scene of Paris. This work earned Rolland the Nobel Prize.

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    Translate this page Home_Page romain rolland (1866-1944), Escritor francés galardonadocon el premio nobel. Nació en Clamecy y estudió en la Escuela
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    E scritor francés galardonado con el premio Nobel. Nació en Clamecy y estudió en la Escuela Normal Superior, donde posteriormente dio clases de Historia del Arte. También enseñó en la Sorbona Historia de la Música. La más famosa de sus obras es Jean-Christophe (10 volúmenes, 1904-1912), una novela en parte autobiográfica sobre un imaginario compositor alemán que criticó la sociedad de su época y en la que Rolland reivindica la armonía entre las naciones. En 1915 obtuvo el Premio Nobel de Literatura. Pacifista convencido, se exilió a Suiza (1914-1937) y allí escribió el controvertido ensayo Por encima del conflicto (1915), durante la I Guerra Mundial. Otras obras dignas de mención son Los lobos (1898), basada en el caso Dreyfuss; la biografía Vida de Beethoven (1903) y la serie de novelas políticas que lleva por título El alma encantada (1922-1933). Sus Memorias (1956) y cartas revelan su carácter místico e idealista, entregado a la causa de la libertad intelectual y la paz mundial. © eMe Textos:
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    18. Romain Rolland Biography
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    Romain Rolland, recipient of the 1915 Nobel Prize for Literature, was born into a middle-class family in Clamecy, France. His father was a lawyer. He was educated at the Ecole Normale Superieure and the Sorbonne. He later worked as a professor at the Ecole Normale in Paris and the Sorbonne. Rolland published his first book, HISTOIRE DE L'OPERA EN EUROPE AVANT LULLY ET SCARLATTI, in 1895. He is most famous for his ten volume work, JEAN-CHRISTOPHE, which was published between 1904 and 1912. bodyOffer(21970) Romain Rolland died in Vezelay, France in 1944. CHRONOLOGY He was born in Clamecy, France. (January 29) He moved with his family to paris. He passed his agregation examination. He married Clotilde Breal. HISTOIRE DE L'OPERA EN EUROPE AVANT LULLY ET SCARLATTI; He received his doctorate in art at the Sorbonne. SAINT-LOUIS AERT; LES LOUPS (THE WOLVES) LE TRIOMPHEDE LA RAISON DANTON MILLET; LE QUATORZE JUILLET (THE FOURTEENTH OF JULY) LES TEMPS VIENDRA; LE THEATRE DE PEUPLE (THE PEOPLE'S THEATRE); VIE DE BEETHOVEN LA MONTESPAN (THE MONSTESPAN) MICHEL-ANGE (THE LIFE OF mICHAEL aNGELO) THEATRE DE LA REVOLUTION MUSICIENS D'AUTREFOIS (SOME MUSICIANS OF FORMER DAYS) HAENDEL (HANDEL) VIE DE TOLSTOI (TOLSTOY) He left his teaching post to devote his time to writing.

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    rolland, romain , 1866–1944, French novelist, biographer, playwright, and musicologist. rollandwas awarded the 1915 nobel Prize in Literature.

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    Newsletter You've got info! Help Site Map Visit related sites from: Family Education Network Encyclopedia Rolland, Romain Pronunciation Key Rolland, Romain , French novelist, biographer, playwright, and musicologist. After studying in Paris he spent two crucial years in Rome, where he was influenced by German intellectuals. He wrote biographies of Beethoven (1903, tr. 1909), Michelangelo (1905, tr. 1915), Tolstoy (1911, tr. 1911), and Mahatma Gandhi (1924, tr. 1924). His 10-volume novel Jean-Christophe roman-fleuve, or continuous series of novels, it is a fictional biography of a German-born musician and a study of contemporary French and German civilization. Rolland was awarded the 1915 Nobel Prize in Literature. His genuine pacifistic philosophy and the courage of his convictions, reflected in Above the Battle (1915, tr. 1916), led to self-imposed exile in Switzerland, where he remained until 1938. Among his other works are the play

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    2000. rolland, romain. SYLLABICATION Rol·land. PRONUNCIATION rôlä.DATES 1866–1944. He won the 1915 nobel Prize for literature.
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