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André Suarès

French poet

1868   -   1948

country of citizenship: France
native language: French
language of expression: French
educated at: Lycée Thiers, École normale supérieure
occupation: poet, writer, music critic, literary critic, biographer
award received: Concours général, Grand prix de littérature de l'Académie française

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André Suarès, born Isaac Félix Suarès (12 June 1868, Marseille – 7 September 1948, Saint-Maur-des-Fossés) was a French poet and critic. From 1912 onwards, he was one of the four "pillars" of the Nouvelle Revue Française, along with André Gide, Paul Claudel and Paul Valéry. In 1931, he contributed to a book entitled Marsiho. In this work, written in Paris, he revealed his true feelings about his hometown (Marseille). André Suarès died in 1948, aged 80.
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