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Sidonie-Cabrielle Colette was born in the Burgundian village of Saint-Sauveur-en Puisaye.
Colette died on August 3, 1954 in Paris, where her fame was no less legandary than that of the writer Gertrude Stein(1874-1946) or the singer Edith Piaf (1915-1963).
Colette was accorded a state funeral despite the refusal of Catholic rites on the grounds that she had been divorced.
www.kirjasto.sci.fi /colette.htm   (1400 words)

 The New York Review of Books: Three Photos of Colette   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Colette could not write to her mother of her misery—not just yet—and later the Claudines, those ostensible fictions, gave her a chance at the truth, while her warm and optimistic letters home to Sido, by virtue of what they left out, were in effect made up.
Colette was clearly not a novelist by nature as her beloved Balzac was.
Colette did not invent so much as modify her memory, thus her work required continual return; yet retracing well demands forgetting too, or the early line will soon be overlaid with other lines and lose all definition.
www.nybooks.com /articles/8532   (5089 words)

 Colette Berends: Her Life and Her Art
Colette in 1968 Colette in 1980 in Zurich
Colette has also sent us more photos of her artistry, and we are compiling pages of those photos into a web gallery of her work.
is a glimpse of Colette Berends' textile-collage artistry.
ai.eecs.umich.edu /people/conway/TSsuccesses/ColetteBerends.html   (334 words)

Colette won many awards for her work and was the first woman chosen as a member of France's prestigious Goncourt Academy.
Bellon interprets Colette's narration visually, in images saturated with charm: from poetic montages of Mediterranean hillsides to collages of photographs rendering childhood memories and moments backstage.
COLETTE is an intimate portrait of an artist as well as an expressive homage to her place in the artistic world.
www.frif.com /new2003/lette.html   (481 words)

 LRB | Terry Castle : Yes you, sweetheart   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Colette, writes her new biographer Judith Thurman, invariably connected human happiness with 'a voluptuous, feminine pliancy, and with the power of domination - a pleasure that became purer for her with age, and toward which she expresses an infant's sense of entitlement'.
Colette is one of the great narcissistic self-fashioners of modern literature, of course, and virtually all of her writing is autobiographical in some degree.
Colette is the sort of writer it is easy to feel one has grown out of - that one already knows her too well, that one long ago took from her all that one could.
www.lrb.co.uk /v22/n06/cast01_.html   (5019 words)

 Colette Deréal
That was the beginning of her film career, during which Colette Deréal played 24 roles, and which led her in particular to Hollywood.
Colette Deréal lived for many years in Antibes, later in La Turbie, and spent her latter years in Cap d'Ail, near Monaco.
Colette Deréal became famous overnight, as a singer of Chansons.
www.colette-dereal.de /Colettegb2.htm   (247 words)

 Colette - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Colette was born in Saint-Sauveur-en-Puisaye, Yonne, in the Burgundy Region of France, the daughter of Jules-Joseph Colette and Adèle Eugénie Sidonie Landoy ('Sido').
She was a member of the Belgian Royal Academy (1935), president of the Académie Goncourt (1949) (and the first woman to be admitted into it, in 1945), and a Chevalier (1920) and a Grand Officier (1953) of the Légion d'honneur.
Colette is interred in Le Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Colette   (965 words)

 Amazon.com: Secrets of the Flesh: A Life of Colette (Ballantine Reader's Circle): Books: Judith Thurman   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Chronicling Colette's scandalous life--male and female lovers, a stint in vaudeville, an affair with her stepson, a final happy marriage to a younger man--Thurman makes it clear that the writer's adored yet dominating mother and exploitative first husband made it difficult for her to conceive of amorous equality.
Nevertheless, her Colette comes off as an appealing, even heroic, figure, quoted memorably as saying, "What more can one be sure of than that which one holds in one's arms, at the moment one holds it in one's arms." 24 pages of provocative photographs.
Colette is one of those authors whose life is as fascinating as her writing, and this book ably describes the former, also containing many wonderful photos.
www.amazon.com /Secrets-Flesh-Colette-Ballantine-Readers/dp/0345371038   (2964 words)

 Gallery Bookshop: Colette   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Colette joined the Gallery Bookshop staff as a kitten in spring 1983, and grew up to become the official Gallery Bookshop greeter, first from her basket on the counter, and later draped across books.
Colette also was passionate about dogs, growling, hissing, or even attacking to drive them out of the store.
Colette was a classic shopkeepers cat, gracing both establishments with her beautiful spirit.
www.gallerybooks.com /colette.html   (286 words)

 COLETTE - The DJ List
DJ Colette is one of the first DJs to add her vocals to the record she spins, inspiring a new category of performance in the electronic world.
Colette credits both her mixing style and her improvised vocals to coming up as part of the fertile Chicago house music scene at the turn of the Nineties.
Because of her early fears about entering the DJ scene, Colette is happy and proud to be a role model for young girls who follow her lead.
www.thedjlist.com /djs/COLETTE   (937 words)

 Colette Baron-Reid
While they are equally as accurate as a phone or in-person session, with an email reading there are no follow-up questions or feedback/clarification given on Colette's behalf once her response has been sent.
Colette does not guarantee the accuracy of her insights and is in no way responsible for the result of the client session.
A session with Colette is in no way meant to replace sound medical or legal advice and does not provide prophecy, or guaranteed accuracy on future predictions.
www.colettebaronreid.com /email.htm   (468 words)

 AllRefer.com - Colette (French Literature, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Colette (Sidonie Gabrielle Colette)[sEdOnE´ gAbrEel´ kOlet´] Pronunciation Key, 1873–1954, French novelist.
Colette achieved popularity with numerous novels, characterized by sensitive observations : particularly of women : and an intimate, semiautobiographical style.
Colette was the first woman to head the Goncourt Academy and the second to become a grand officer of the French Legion of Honor.
reference.allrefer.com /encyclopedia/C/Colette.html   (249 words)

 DJ Colette   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
DJ Colette hails from the homeland of house, Chicago, but she's not just spinning hometown beats, she's using them as a springboard to reach new levels of house artistry.
Colette continues to make music, working hard in the studio and taking her artistic energies to Los Angeles where she's relocated, perhaps to bring her Chicago success to a new stage.
Colette is coming up fast to show people that female DJs are bringing their own unique vibe to the scene, so y'all better get used to it.
www.epitonic.com /artists/djcolette.html   (460 words)

 Colette Kendall | Actor, Comedian, Writer
When Colette graduated from the University of Toronto with a specialist degree in Biochemistry she knew that this knowledge would ultimately land her a job as a Hamiltonian housewife and mother of three.
Despite the lack of a theatre background, Colette agreed to try an improvisational drop-in workshop at The Staircase Theatre and between vomiting she was hooked.
To pay the bills Colette also provides specialized corporate training and entertainment for your business or private function and may be contacted through www.colettekendall.com or www.tippiseagram.com.
www.colettekendall.com   (385 words)

 About Colette’s Cakes
Colette has delivered cakes throughout America, Europe, and the Caribbean and has created cakes for many celebrities, including Sting, Natasha Richardson, Bette Midler, Whoopi Goldberg,  Jann Wenner, Russell Simmons, Tommy Tune, Al Pacino, Ertha Kitte, Robert Altman, and the Rolling Stones, just to name a few.
In 1996 Colette was chosen to create a cake honoring the Renwick Museum as part of the 150th Anniversary Celebration for the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, DC.
In 1998, Colette was asked by First Lady, Hillary Clinton, to create 3 “sugar scenes” for the Red room, the Green room, and the Grand Foyer, as part of the White House Christmas decorations.
www.colettescakes.com /about_cc.html   (655 words)

 Patron Saints Index: Saint Colette
When she hesitated, she was struck blind for three days and mute for three more; she saw this as a sign.
Colette tried to follow her mission by explaining it, but had no success.
She was known for a deep devotion to Christ's Passion with an appreciation and care for animals.
www.catholic-forum.com /saints/saintc20.htm   (508 words)

 Fiction: Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette (Colette)
Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette (b.1893) was born in the village of Saint-Saveur-en Puisaye, Burgundy, the rural setting where many of her novels take place.
Once Colette mimed copulation in a sketch and caused a riot at the Moulin Rouge.
Colette died on August 3, 1954 in Paris and was accorded a state funeral despite the refusal of Catholic rites on the grounds that she had been divorced.
www.bedfordstmartins.com /introduction_literature/fiction/colette.htm   (437 words)

 Colette - Penguin Books Authors - Penguin Books
Colette, the creator of Claudine, Chéri and Gigi, and one of France's outstanding writers had a long, varied and active life.
She was born in Burgundy in 1873, into a home overflowing with dogs, cats and children, and educated at the local village school.
By dint of locking her in her room, Willy forced Colette to write her first novels (the Claudine sequence), which he published under his name.
www.penguin.ca /nf/Author/AuthorPage/0,,0_1000007513,00.html   (329 words)

In addition to the strict rules of the Poor Clares, the Colettines follow their special constitutions sanctioned in 1434 by the General of the Franciscans, William of Casale, approved in 1448 by Nicholas V, in 1458 by Pius II, and in 1482 by Sixtus IV.
Colette was beatified 23 January, 1740, and canonized 24 May, 1807.
She was not only a woman of sincere piety, but also intelligent and energetic, and exercised a remarkable moral power over all her associates.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/04099b.htm   (451 words)

 Colette Summary
The French author Sidonie Gabrielle Colette (1873-1954) was concerned with feminine independence in experiencing the joys and sorrows of love.
Colette [1] [2] was the pen name of the French novelist Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette(January 28, 1873 – August 3, 1954).
Early life, marriage Colette was born in Saint-Sauveur-en-Puisaye, Yonne, in the Burgundy Region of France, the daughter of Jule...
www.bookrags.com /Colette   (166 words)

 Colette - Moviefone
In 1912 Colette married Henri de Jouvenel, the editor of the newspaper Le Matin.
Sidonie-Cabrielle Colette was born in the Burgundian village of Saint-Sauveur-en...
At the age of 20 Colette married the writer and music critic Henri...
movies.aol.com /celebrity/colette/14126/main   (111 words)

 Om Records :: Artist :: Colette   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
On “Try Her For Love,” Colette again challenged tradition by re-singing the song differently for each mix by producers Angel Alanis, Johnny Fiasco, Cricco Castelli, Alexi Delano and DJ Q. However, it wasn’t until 1997 when Colette united with DJs Lady D, Heather and Dayhota that she started to DJ publicly.
Colette expanded her musical horizons when she joined Kevin Dees (son of the radio legend Rick Dees) as the host of the syndicated show Maximum Rotation on KIIS Fm which ran for three years on air and online.
In 2003, Colette (along with Paul Van Dyk and Felix da Housecat) was chosen to be the face and sound for Motorolla’s worldwide campaign.
om-records.com /artist.php?tr_artist_id=19   (830 words)

 St. Colette - Saint of the Day - American Catholic
Colette did not seek the limelight, but in doing God’s will she certainly attracted a lot of attention.
Colette’s reform movement spread to other countries and is still thriving today.
Colette began her reform during the time of the Great Western Schism (1378-1417) when three men claimed to be pope and thus divided Western Christianity.
www.americancatholic.org /Features/SaintOfDay/default.asp?id=1284   (371 words)

COLETTE TRUDEAU, at the age of 20, has already performed over 150 shows, recorded two full length albums, done 4 music videos, and co-written a hit single.
In the summer of 2003 at the age of 17, Colette left 'Live on Release' to write her own material and pursue a solo career.
Colette is in the process of writing and recording her debut album which will be release in the Spring of '06.
www.myspace.com /colettetrudeau   (1321 words)

 colette newsletter   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Exclusively at colette in Paris and Browns in London, the famed Italian design house that is Salvatore Ferragamo proposes four, limited-edition shoe designs inspired by the style archives and created especially for personalities including Judy Garland and Greta Garbo and the Duchess of Windsor, among others.
Exclusively at colette and on the colette eshop, "Girl Monster" is a complete 3-CD box-set spanning musical releases from female recording artists in all their glory from avant garde to punk and beyond.
Exclusively at colette until October 4th and on the colette eshop, Op Art hero John Tremblay adds his magical touch to the packaging of a stellar collection of Shu Uemura make-up remover oils.
www.colette.fr /newsletter/archive/2006/06_09/letter_09.html   (2581 words)

 Featured Author: Colette
Colette is writing of a gigolo and a courtesan.
Colette Is Dead in Paris at 81; Novelist Wrote 'Gigi' and 'Cheri'
This reappraisal of Colette's work corresponded with an exhibit at the Bibliotheque Nationale for the one hundredth anniversary of her birth.
partners.nytimes.com /books/99/10/17/specials/colette.html   (1282 words)

 Colette Hey Studio . Lexington, Kentucky (KY) ~ Yoga, Meditation, Zazen, Spiritual, Durckheim, Leib-Therapy Classes
Welcome to Colette HEY Studio, located in the heart of the bluegrass in beautiful Lexington Kentucky.
Colette is fully certified and practicing since 1991.
Colette is a MASTER OF YOGA (Yoga Acharya).
www.colettehey.com   (339 words)

 Amazon.com: Becoming Colette: Video: Klaus Maria Brandauer,Mathilda May,Virginia Madsen,Paul Rhys,John Van ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Colette is actually the name of a character she writes about, a girl who has adventures and is mischevious, her alter ego.
Her family marries her to a man who appears on the surface to have a fine place in society, but in fact is an unsuccessful publisher and who is constantly in debt and in need of rescuing by his family.
Colette would have loved that sensation attributed to her stories, and perhaps she would love it for her own story.
www.amazon.com /Becoming-Colette-Klaus-Maria-Brandauer/dp/1572521961   (1088 words)

 Colette Aboulker Mouscat
Colette and her family during World War II
It is based on extensive research and includes Colette's family relations, photos, paintings and stories about her ancestors going back many centuries.
Colette and her familyc during World War II
www.geocities.com /colette_aboulker_muscat   (588 words)

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