Andre Gide

Andre Gide: Selected full-text books and articles

Andre Gide: Pederasty and Pedagogy By Naomi Segal Clarendon Press, 1998
Gide's Bent: Sexuality, Politics, Writing By Michael Lucey Oxford University Press, 1995
Pretexts Reflections on Literature and Morality By Andre Gide; Justin O'Brien Meridan Books, 1959
Corydon By André Gide Farrar Straus, 1950
Marshlands and Prometheus Misbound: Two Satires By André Gide; George D. Painter New Directions, 1953
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The Correspondence, 1899-1926, between Paul Claudel and Andre Gide By Robert Mallet; Paul Claudel; John Russell Pantheon, 1952
Elysian Encounter: Diderot and Gide By G. Norman Laidlaw Syracuse University Press, 1963
Rhetoric: Readings in French Literature By Michael Hawcroft Oxford University Press, 1999
Librarian's tip: "Rhetoric and Sexual Revelation: Gide's Si Le Grain Ne Meurt" begins on p. 234
A Guide to Contemporary French Literature: From Valery to Sartre By Wallace Fowlie Meridian Books, 1957
Librarian's tip: Chap. Two "Gide: The Sensual Quest"
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