Author

Jules Supervielle

French poet

1884   -   1960

country of citizenship: France, Uruguay
native language: French
language of expression: French, Spanish
occupation: linguist, poet, translator, playwright, writer, science fiction writer
award received: Officer of the Legion of Honour, Grand prix de littérature de l'Académie française, Heredia Prize

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Jules Supervielle (16 January 1884 – 17 May 1960) was a Franco-Uruguayan poet and writer born in Montevideo. He was nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature three times.He opposed the surrealism movement in poetry and rejected automatic writing, although he did adopt other techniques of modern poetry. In so doing he anticipated the literary movements of the late 1940s, including the work of such authors as René Char, Henri Michaux, Saint-John Perse or Francis Ponge. Amongst his admirers are René-Guy Cadou, Alain Bosquet, Lionel Ray, Claude Roy, Philippe Jaccottet and Jacques Réda.
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works

8

Gravitations

book by Jules Supervielle

author: Jules Supervielle

Le forçat innocent

author: Jules Supervielle

L'Enfant de la haute mer

book by Jules Supervielle

author: Jules Supervielle

1931

Le voleur d'enfants

author: Jules Supervielle

Le Survivant

author: Jules Supervielle

Gravitations

author: Jules Supervielle

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