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

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INDEX OF TITLE
Books, articles, essays and lectures, with date of publication, or first apearance in print.
I. PAUL CLAUDEL
Accompagnements (N. R. F., 1949), 245, 257
Agamemnon, 81: 281
L'Annonce faite à Marie (play, N. R. F., 1911-1912), 24, 26, 147, 154, 164-166, 174, 176, 188-190, 195-197200, 209: 253, 254, 259, 274, 277, 278281, 283, 288
L'Arbre (collection of five plays, Mercure, 1901), 41, 156, 168: 255, 277, 280, 284
Art poétique (Mercure, 1907), 16, 59, 60, 71, 84
La Cantate à trois Voix (N. R. F., 1913), 188, 194: 265, 276, 279
Le Cantique de Mésa (from Partage de Midi), 57: 249
Les Choéphores (translation), 281
Cinq grandes Odes suivies d'un Processional pour saluer le Siècle nouveau (Occident, 1910), 77, 80, 84, 99, 108, 110, 117, 119, 128, 131 135, 136, 144, 151: 241- 242, 251, 252, 280
Le Chemins de la Croix (Durandal, 1911), 21, 167
Connaisance de l'Est (Mercure, 1907), 59, 62, 65: 247, 284
Connaissance du Temps (Vers et Prose, 1906, then in Art poétique)
Conversations dans le Loir-et-Cher (Plon, 1929), 287
Corona Benignitatis Anni Dei (N. R. F., 1915), 84, 134, 144: 252, 257
Dévelopment de l'Église, 1903 (Art Poétique), 60
L'Échange (play, Ermitage, 1901, then in L'Arbre), 41, 67, 81, 186, 200: 242, 277
Les Euménides (translation), 281
Feuilles de Saints (N. R. F., 1925), 249, 279
Figures et Paraboles (essays, N. R. F., 1936), 241, 264, 279, 287
Hymnes, 77, 80, 84-85, 99, 104, 114, 137
du Saint-Sacrement (N. R. F., 1909), 80, 84, 88-89: 253
de la Pentecôte (Occident, 1909), 80, 84-85, 105
aux Saints Pierre, Paulet Jammes (N. R. F., 1909), 256
Jeanne d'ARc au Bûcher, 259
La Jeune Fille Violaine, 1892 (play in L'Arbre), 85-88, 144: 252

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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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