Charles-Ferdinand Ramuz

Swiss writer

1878   -   1947

country of citizenship: Switzerland
educated at: University of Lausanne
occupation: writer, poet
award received: Schiller prize, Prix Rambert
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Charles-Ferdinand Ramuz (24 September 1878 – 23 May 1947) was a French-speaking Swiss writer. He was born in Lausanne in the canton of Vaud and was educated at the University of Lausanne. He taught briefly in nearby Aubonne, and then in Weimar, Germany. In 1903, he left for Paris and remained there until World War I, with frequent trips home to Switzerland. In 1903, he published Le petit village, a collection of poems. In 1914, he returned to Switzerland. He wrote the libretto for Igor Stravinsky's Histoire du soldat. He died in Pully, near Lausanne in 1947. His likeness and an artistic impression of his works appear on the 200 Swiss franc note (in current use). The Foundation C.F. Ramuz in Pully awards the Grand Prix C. F. Ramuz.
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works

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La Beauté sur la terre

book by Charles-Ferdinand Ramuz

author: Charles-Ferdinand Ramuz

1927

Aline

book by Charles-Ferdinand Ramuz

author: Charles-Ferdinand Ramuz

1905

La Grande Peur dans la montagne

book by Charles-Ferdinand Ramuz

author: Charles-Ferdinand Ramuz

1926

La Guerre dans le Haut-Pays

book by Charles-Ferdinand Ramuz

author: Charles-Ferdinand Ramuz

1915

La Guérison des maladies

book by Charles-Ferdinand Ramuz

author: Charles-Ferdinand Ramuz

1917

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