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  1. Anatole France Biographical A natole France, pseudonym for Jacques Anatole Thibault (1844-1924), was the son of a Paris book dealer. He received a thorough classical education at the Collège Stanislas, a boys’ school in Paris, and for a while he studied at the École des Chartes.

  2. Anatole France began his career as a poet and a journalist. In 1869, Le Parnasse Contemporain published one of his poems, La Part de Madeleine. In 1875, he sat on the committee which was in charge of the third Parnasse Contemporain compilation. He moved Paul Verlaine and Mallarmé aside of this Parnasse.

  3. Anatole France That man is prudent who neither hopes nor fears anything from the uncertain events of the future. Anatole France It is only the poor who pay cash, and that not from virtue, but because they are refused credit. Anatole France The fool doth think he is wise, but the wise man knows himself a fool. Anatole France

  4. Anatole France, pour l'état civil François Anatole Thibault [1], né le 16 avril 1844 à Paris et mort le 12 octobre 1924 à Saint-Cyr-sur-Loire (Indre-et-Loire), est un écrivain français. Il est considéré comme l’un des plus grands de l'époque de la Troisième République , dont il a également été un des plus importants critiques ...

  5. Aug 20, 2022 · Anatole France ( 16 April 1844 – 12 October 1924 ), born Jacques Anatole François Thibault, was a French poet, journalist, and novelist. Ironic and skeptical, he was considered in his day the ideal French man of letters. A member of the Académie française, he won the 1921 Nobel Prize in Literature in recognition of his literary achievements.

  6. Thaïs is a novel by French writer Anatole France, published in 1890. It is based on events in the life of Saint Thaïs of Egypt, a legendary convert to Christianity who is said to have lived in the 4th century. It was the inspiration for the 1894 opera of the same name by Jules Massenet.

  7. Anatole France. The Nobel Prize in Literature 1921. Born: 16 April 1844, Paris, France. Died: 12 October 1924, Saint-Cyr-sur-Loire, France. Residence at the time of the award: France. Prize motivation: “in recognition of his brilliant literary achievements, characterized as they are by a nobility of style, a profound human sympathy, grace ...

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