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  Henry de Montherlant - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Henry de Montherlant (April 21, 1896 – September 21, 1972) was a French writer of essays and novels.
De Montherlant published Le solstice de Juin in 1941 - an essay in which he expressed his admiration for the German army and claimed that France was justly defeated and conquered.
Montherlant mostly hid his pederastic tendencies during his lifetime.
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 montherland-bodenstein-castle   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Nörvenich (bpb) Henry Millon de Montherlant stood in 2003 in the center of a Homage at the Bodenstein Castle in Nörvenich near Köln.
Montherlant was a student at the Catholic Collège Sainte-Croix in his birthplace Neuilly-sur-Seine.
Montherlant's novels and dramas are written in a polished style and often colored by his autobiographical experiences.
www.meaus.com /montherlant-bodenstein.htm   (421 words)

  
 Nigel Hawthorne : Theatre : The Fire that Consumes
For Montherlant's audiences, fed on the French classical repertory, the play might appear a legitimate descendant of the drama of noble renunciation along the lines of Racine's Berenice (the expelled schoolboy is rehearsing a Racine tragedy).
HENRY de Montherlant's The Fire That Consumes (originally La Ville dont le Prince est un enfant) is a very fine play indeed and I am glad that the Mermaid has had the courage to stage it.
Henry de Montherlant (1896-1972) was expelled from his school at the age of 16 on account of his friendship with a younger boy.
www.yessirnigel.com /fire1.html   (1188 words)

  
 Henry de Montherlant Summary
Henry de Montherlant(April 21, 1896 – September 21, 1972) was a French writer of essays and novels.
What interests Montherlant in Le Maître de Santiago is not the hero's struggle or relationship with God but the inner mechanism of the psychological phenomenon of faith, that phenomenon combined with intransigence, and the ambiguity of abnegation and pride….
Another of Montherlant's concerns … is that of "the imitation of life." By that he...
www.bookrags.com /Henry_de_Montherlant   (379 words)

  
 Henry de Montherlant - Le Film - Séquencier - Axel Karakartal film@montherlant.org cinematographie.org ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
En compagnie de « Moustique », Montherlant fait les 400 coups en Espagne.
Ils marchaient la bouche entr'ouverte de langueur, avec des faces de songe, toutes brunies et hâlées par l'odeur de l'herbe, et moi, les ayant dépassés, je sentais sur moi leurs yeux appuyeurs.
Dans l'île de la Félicité, le climat, le tempérament, les lois, les traditions, et la simplicité même qu'il y a en toutes choses ont créé dans les moeurs amoureuses la même simplicité innocente.
www.montherlant.org /sequencier.htm   (488 words)

  
 La déesse Cypris
Henry de Montherlant, who was born in Paris, became acquainted with both ancient and Christian ideas during his youth that would shape his later writing career.
Her portraits of writers such as André Gide, Paul Valéry, Jean Cocteau, and Henry de Montherlant are especially well known.
In 1935, as head of the 'Archives photographiques des Beaux-arts', she established the museum of photography in the Palais de Chaillot, which had just been newly constructed.
www.kb.nl /bc/koopman/1940-1950/c34-en.html   (836 words)

  
 Henry de MONTHERLANT   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Nombre des œuvres qu’il publia dans les années d’après-guerre (Les Bestiaires, Les Olympiques, Aux fontaines du désir, La Petite infante de Castille, etc.) étaient empreintes du même goût pour les valeurs viriles et fraternelles, jusqu’aux Jeunes filles, roman en quatre volumes où il affichait délibérément sa misogynie et qui lui valut une renommée internationale.
Durant cette période, Henry de Montherlant choisit de séjourner la plupart du temps hors de France, autour de la Méditerranée.
Atteint de cécité et voyant ses facultés décliner, Henry de Montherlant choisit de se donner la mort à l’âge de soixante-seize ans.
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 Henry de Montherlant : un choix de livres à la librairie L'Oiseau-Lire
Après le texte de Montherlant, on trouve une bibliographie des ouvrages illustrés par Mariette Lydis couvrant la période 1922-1937 ; les éditions de gravures, lithographies et estampes, de 1929 à 1937 et la localisation des principales œuvres de Mariette Lydis figurant dans des collections publiques.
Le dessin de couverture, les vignettes et bandeaux sont de Abel Brunyer.
Les éventuels frais de port sont pris en charge par le destinataire et les ouvrages voyagent aux risques et périls de celui-ci.
www.loiseaulire.com /Litterature/France/Montherlant.html   (824 words)

  
 Henry de Montherlant - Wikipédia
Henry Marie Joseph Frédéric Expedite Millon de Montherlant, né le 20 avril 1895 à Paris, décédé le 21 septembre 1972 à Paris, est un romancier, essayiste, auteur dramatique et académicien français.
Au sortir de la première guerre mondiale, il se tournera vers les stades, la piste et le football où il rencontrera la jeunesse des fortifs, renouera avec les fraternités des tranchées, exaltera les corps des athlètes, compagnons et compagnes.
Henry de Montherlant, Dessins, préface de Pierre Sipriot, 1979
fr.wikipedia.org /wiki/Henry_de_Montherlant   (879 words)

  
 D'aujourd'hui et de toujours
The Éditions de la Toison d'or was founded on 25 March 1941 by Edouard and Lucienne Didier, a worldly married couple that had been organising informal discussion groups in their home since the 1930s for the Belgian elite.
In them, De Montherlant explained his stubborn opinions on diverse subjects, such as family, fatherland, crime and punishment, loving and being loved, the meaning of Goethe, and the national lottery.
And according to De Montherlant, who was obsessed with everything related to sports, it was nothing more than a matter of fair play to fully accept the Germans' conquest after such a resounding defeat.
www.kb.nl /bc/koopman/1940-1950/c38-en.html   (859 words)

  
 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Montherlant,
His novels are decadent and egotistical and glorify force and masculinity.
Montherlant fought in World War I and was later an athlete and a bullfighter.
Football and Literature, une antologie de plumes et de crampons.
www.encyclopedia.com /SearchResults.aspx?Q=Montherlant,   (335 words)

  
 Henry de Montherlant
Je ressors un "vieil" l’article...mais je viens de tomber dessus.
Montherlant est loin d’être le seul à élever ce genre de prétentions.
Patrick Lowie, auteur de deux romans et de nouvelles apporte du bonheur et de l’émotion universelle dans la littérature gaie.
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 TIME.com: Novelist's Tricks -- Apr. 4, 1938 -- Page 1
The novels of Henry de Montherlant are characterized by a strange air of scatterbrained earnestness.
With their attention distracted by Author de Montherlant's byplay, readers may not notice how shrewdly his characters are drawn.
Their opinion might be even lower, Author de Montherlant implies, were they unable to find comparable cruelty somewhere in the history of their own love affairs.
www.time.com /time/magazine/article/0,9171,848037,00.html   (638 words)

  
 Dialogus - Henry de Montherlant - Jeannine
Parlez-nous donc un peu de Jeannine, qui fut le modèle principal pour Solange Dandillot dans la série des JEUNES FILLES, cette jeune femme rencontrée lors d'une de vos conférences en Sorbonne, et à qui vous avez fini par faire croire que vous étiez syphilitique pour fuir son amour.
Peu de temps après, je pris conscience de la démesure de mon offre; une huitaine eut largement fait l'affaire.
L'assiduité de Jeannine redoubla le nous indésirable flottait à nouveau.
www.dialogus2.org /MON/jeannine.html   (902 words)

  
 Henry de Montherlant - Wikipédia
Né dans une famille de petite noblesse, Henry Millon de Montherlant envisage très tôt de faire œuvre d'écrivain.
Montherlant se défie de l'amour et des femmes, avec lesquelles il est toujours sur la défensive.
Portail de la littérature – Accédez aux articles de Wikipédia concernant la littérature.
fr.wikipedia.org /wiki/Montherlant   (879 words)

  
 Olive Films >> Incredible selection of rare, out-of-print and foreign films The Fire That Burns (DVD) [PTHV5231]
A richly textured drama based on the novel "The Land Whose King is a Child" (referring to Ecclesiastes 10:6 "Woe to the land whose king is a child) by prolific, French novelist and dramatist Henry de Montherlant.
Whose king is a child) by prolific, French novelist and dramatist Henry de Montherlant.
De Pradts lays a trap for Sevrais but ends up crushed by his own machinations to the utter disdain of the Father Superior (Michel Aumont of The Closet and Man is a Woman).
www.olivefilms.com /Drama.2/Wolfe_Video.4/fithbud.800.html   (135 words)

  
 TIME.com: Ordeal by Hippogriff -- Feb. 7, 1969 -- Page 1
It was much easier for M. De Montherlant to think himself a hero when he faced women (and women chosen for his purpose) than when he was obliged to act the man among men—something many women have done better than he, for that matter.
But Mile, de Beauvoir's view of The Girls and its author is mild compared with the portrait of womankind sketched by Henry de Montherlant in these four novels published separately in Paris between 1936 and 1939 and now issued in America for the first time in a single volume.
In one of his guises, Montherlant greatly resembles Shaw and his assertion that the sex war is really a standoff skirmish between the Man of Moral Passion and the female Life Force.
www.time.com /time/magazine/article/0,9171,838962,00.html   (716 words)

  
 Henry de Montherlant - Wikipedia
Henry Marie Joseph Frédéric Expedite Millon de Montherlant wird in eine wohlhabende, katholisch-royalistische Familie hineingeboren, in der er nur zu Mutter und Großmutter ein inniges Verhältnis entwickelt.
Erste literarische Versuche unternahm Montherlant schon als zehnjähriger, teils zusammen mit seinem Jugendfreund Faure-Biguet.
Henry Marie Joseph Frédéric Expedite Millon de Montherlant
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 Amazon.fr : Les jeunes filles: Livres: Henry de Montherlant   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Editeur : découvrez comment les clients peuvent effectuer des recherches sur le contenu de ce livre.
Achetez ce livre et Pitié pour les femmes de Henry de Montherlant !
Le démon du bien de Henry de Montherlant
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 The Odysseus Group's Education Debate & Discussion Forum
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I confused your voice with that of the poster who sometimes signs as Henry de Montherlant.
The actual Henry de Montherlant was a French novelist.
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 Henry Reed in British Radio Drama   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Certainty on the point has been made harder by Reed's never having had more than a handful of his books in print at any one time and by his keeping a low profile in the London literary circus.
But more often he was concerned with plays of the twentieth century, and his versions included Henry de Montherlant's Malatesta and The Land Where the King Is a Child, Luigi Pirandello's All for the Best, Jacques Audiberti's Alarica (from Le Mal Court) and Silvio Giovaninetti's One Flesh.
In its highly circumstantial build-up to a climax of pure symbolism, the play is of a piece with Reed's long poem, 'The Place and the Person', with its very detailed narrative of a sinister dance and phantom ship which turn out to be essentially symbolic.
www.solearabiantree.net /namingofparts/radioplays.html   (10479 words)

  
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Bibliographie sur Port Royal, de Henry de Montherlant
Existence and Imagination: The Theater of Henry de Montherlant.
Service inutile: A Study of the Tragic in the Theater of Henry de Montherlant.
www.personal.kent.edu /~rberrong/fr43370/montherl.htm   (31 words)

  
 Henry de Montherlant on artnet   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Find works of art, auction results & sale prices of artist Henry de Montherlant at galleries and auctions worldwide.
Find unknown or rarely seen works by important artists
sample: Here are the top 3 of 5 past sale results for Henry de Montherlant:
www.artnet.com /artist/668485/henry-de-montherlant.html   (136 words)

  
 Liens vers d'autres sites sur Henry de Montherlant
Une brève biographie de Henry de Montherlant sur le site de l'Académie française.
Une biographie de Henry de Montherlant sur le site du Théâtre de l'Odeon
La Reine morte de Henry de Montherlant sur le site de l'Académie de Rouen
www.alalettre.com /montherlant-links.htm   (64 words)

  
 The Fire That Burns
Nael Marandin, Clement Van Den Bergh, Christopher Malavoy, Michel Aumont, more »
"Woe to the land whose king is a child" reads Ecclesiastes 10:6, a quotation borrowed for the title of the Henry de Montherlant novel upon which this film is based.
Philosophy student Andre Sevrais attends a Catholic boys' school in pre World War II Paris, where he becomes fast friends with his younger schoolmate Souplier.
www.rottentomatoes.com /m/fire_that_burns   (341 words)

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