Papers of Julien Green [manuscript], 1941-1944.

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Green, Julien, 1900-1998. Papers of Julien Green [manuscript], 1941-1944.

Papers of Julien Green [manuscript], 1941-1944.

Letters of Julien Green and Anne Green to André David were written while the Greens were staying in Baltimore during World War II. They discuss mutual acquaintances, particularly Charles Boyer, a visit to Mills College, and David's attempts to find an American publisher for his latest book. Green refers to the progress of the war mentioning his work for the government, two men who were German prisoners and the liberation of Paris. He also mentions his difficulty translating Péguy, and quotes Baudelaire. Anne Green discusses her charitable war work, the situation in France and hopes for the future.

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Charles Baudelaire is widely regarded as one of the best French poets of the 19th century; he also wrote art criticism and translated the tales of Edgar Allan Poe. From the description of Charles Baudelaire letters, 1859-1863. (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 40526418 French poet and art critic. From the description of Letter : to Paul Chenavard, Paris. 1863 Nov. 25. (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 81339728 ...

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Boyer, Charles, 1899-1978

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