The Correspondence, 1899-1926, between Paul Claudel and Andre Gide

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INDEX OF PERSONS
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Ablancourt, N. P. d', 153-154, 156, 158-159, 162-163, 165: 270
Adam, Paul, 263
Æschylus, 280, 285
Aicard, Jean, 129
A'Kempis, Thomas, 81, 84
Allégret, Marc, 287
Amieux, 267
Apollinaire, Guillaume, 247
Aquinas, St. Thomas, Saint, 264, 285
Arban, Dominique, 255
Arcos, René, 262
Aristotle, 183
Arnauld, Michel (pseudonym of Marcel Drouin), 57, 62, 109, 170: 246, 256
Audoux, Marguerite, 109, 145: 256, 259, 267
Augustine, Saint, 60-61, 84, 193
Balzac, Honoré de, 257-258, 278
Banville, Théodore de, 98: 256
Barbey d'Aurevilly, Jules, 263- 264
Barbusse, Henri, 282
Baret, 269
Barge (Père), 281
Barine, Arvède (pseudonym of Mme Charles Vincent, 155: 269
Barrault, Jean-Louis, 254, 288
Barrès, Maurice, 92, 146, 147, 152, 153, 187: 245, 259, 263, 269
Barrès, Philippe, 150
Basilides, 189: 278
Batiffol, Pierre (Mgr), 95: 258
Baudelaire, Charles, 38, 45, 97, 142, 150, 172: 266-267
Baudrillart (Mgr.), 142, 172: 273
Baumann, Émile, 142
Baussart, Élie, 142
Bazin, Elizabeth (Mme Antoine Ste-M.-Perrin), 145: 267
Bazin, René, 138, 142, 144, 145, 153, 166, 176: 265, 267, 269, 274
Beck, Christian, 16
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 182, 216, 222: 280
Benét, Teresa and William Rose, 247
Benjamin, René, 269
Béraud, Henri, 282
Bergson, Henri, 269, 285
Bernardin de St. Pierre, 47
Berrichon, Paterne, 170-172, 182, 184-187: 271-274, 277
Berteaux, Maurice, 128, 152: 268
Berthelot, Hélène, 52, 139, 165: 245

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  • Title Page 3
  • Preface 5
  • Contents 9
  • Introduction 11
  • The Correspondence 33
  • Appendix to Letter 50 from Claudel to Gide 96
  • Notes 237
  • Index of Persons 289
  • Index of Title 297
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