Paulina 1880, published in 1925, strikingly prefigures the French "new wave" in fiction. In Pierre Jean Jouve's first novel, Paulina - said to be the most beautiful woman in Milan - enters a passionate affair with a married man. Her love for Count Michele Cantarini is all-consuming, yet Paulina is plagued by its impurity in the eyes of her family, of society, of God. The death of her father, and the subsequent death of the Count's wife, send Paulina into an abyss from which neither her love for Michele nor her faith in God can rescue her. show more.
by Jouve, Pierre Jean, 1887-1976. Publication date 1973. Donor bostonpubliclibrary. Extramarc Columbia University Libraries. Identifier paulina188000jouv. Identifier-ark ark:/13960/t3tt5m598.
About Pierre Jean Jouve: Pierre Charles Jean Jouve a eu plusieurs vies . Avant 1914, il est un des écrivains de l'unanimisme, ce mouvement créé par J. .Pierre Charles Jean Jouve a eu plusieurs vies . Avant 1914, il est un des écrivains de l'unanimisme, ce mouvement créé par Jules Romains, puis un membre actif du mouvement pacifiste animé par Romain Rolland pendant la Première Guerre mondiale. partir de 1921, une profonde rupture a lieu grâce à sa seconde épouse, la psychanalyste Blanche Reverchon, traductrice de Sigmund Freud (1923) et amie de Jacques Lacan
by Jouve, Pierre Jean. Published 1964 by Mercure de France in Paris. Protected DAISY, In library.
Published in 1925, Jouve's first novel strikingly prefigures the French new wave in fiction. Jouve escapes all easy categorization as a religious poet. He recognized in himself a residual puritanism, referred to by one of his critics as a Jansenist. Underpinning all his more specifically religious poetry is what has now long been known as 'negative theology,' and in all that he wrote, as in his character, asceticism is inseparable from sensuality.
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Pierre Jean Jouve (11 October 1887 – 8 January 1976) was a French writer, novelist and poet. He was nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature five times. In 1966 he was awarded the Grand Prix de Poésie by the French Academy. Born and raised in Arras, as a teenager Jouve read Rimbaud, Mallarmé, and Baudelaire and began to write poetry of his own. In 1906, he and his sister Madeleine, together with their close family friends the Charpentiers, founded the literary magazine Le Bandeau d'Or.
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International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 2256903702. International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 9782256903700. Jouve, Pierre Jean, 1887-1976. Personal Name: Bresson, Robert.