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Henri Massis

Henri Massis (born 21 March 1886 in Paris, France; died 16 April 1970 in Paris) was a French essayist, literary critic and literary historian.[1]

Works

  • (1905). Comment Émile Zola Composait ses Romans.
  • (1907). Le Puits de Pyrrhon.
  • (1909). La Pensée de Maurice Barrès.
  • (1911). L'Esprit de la nouvelle Sorbonne, [with Alfred de Tarde].
  • (1913). Les Jeunes Gens d'aujourd'hui, [with Alfred de Tarde].
  • (1915). Romain Rolland contre la France.
  • (1915). Luther Prophète du Germanisme.
  • (1916). La Vie d'Ernest Psichari.
  • (1916). Impressions de Guerre.
  • (1917). Le Sacrifice (1914-1916).
  • (1920). La Trahison de Constantin.
  • (1921). Jérusalem le Jeudi-Saint de 1918.
  • (1923). Jugements I: Renan, France, Barrès.
  • (1924). Jugements II: André Gide, Romain Rolland, Georges Duhamel, Julien Benda, les Chapelles Littéraires.
  • (1924). De Lorette à Jérusalem.
  • (1924). Le Réalisme de Pascal.
  • (1925). Jacques Rivière.
  • (1927). En Marge de "Jugements".
  • (1927). Réflexions sur l'Art du Roman.
  • (1927). Défense de l'Occident.
  • (1928). Avant-postes.
  • (1931). Évocations. Souvenirs (1905-1911).
  • (1932). Dix ans Après.
  • (1934). Débats, [3 vol.].
  • (1936). Les Cadets de l'Alcazar.
  • (1936). Notre ami Psichari.
  • (1937). Le Drame de Marcel Proust.
  • (1937). L'Honneur de Servir.
  • (1939). Chefs. Les Dictateurs et Nous.
  • (1940). La Guerre de Trente ans (1909-1939).
  • (1941). Les Idées Restent.
  • (1942). La Prière de Lyautey.
  • (1944). Découverte de la Russie.
  • (1948). D'André Gide à Marcel Proust.
  • (1949). Allemagne d'hier et d'Après-demain.
  • (1949). Portrait de M. Renan.
  • (1951). Maurras et Notre Temps [2 Vol.].
  • (1956). L'Occident et son Destin.
  • (1958). Visage des Idées.
  • (1948). À Contre-courant.
  • (1958). L'Europe en Question.
  • (1959). De l'Homme à Dieu.
  • (1961). Salazar Face à Face.
  • (1962). Barrès et Nous, Suivi d’une Correspondance Inédite (1906-1923).
  • (1967). Au Long d'une Vie.

Works in English translation

  • (1928). Defence of the West, Harcourt, Brace & Company [with a preface by G. K. Chesterton].
  • (1958). The Choice before Europe, London: Eyre & Spottiswoode [with Alphonse Pierre Juin].

References

  1. ^ According to the Académie française site

Further reading

  • Christophe, Lucien (1961). "Regards sur Henri Massis," Revue Générale Belge, pp. 17–41.
  • Connell, Allison (1962). "The Younger Generation of 1912 in Agathon's Report and in the Novel," Modern Philology, Vol. 65, No. 4, pp. 343–352.
  • Dubeon, Lucien (1923). "Henri Massis ou la Génération de l'Absolu," L'Éclair, 12 juin, No. 814.
  • Griffiths, Richard (1965). The Reactionary Revolution: The Catholic Revival in French Literature, 1870-1914, New York: Ungar.
  • Mazgaj, Paul (1991). "Defending the West: The Cultural and Generational Politics of Henri Massis," Historical Reflections, Vol. 17, No. 2, pp. 103–123.
  • Molnar, Thomas (1959). "French Conservative Thought," Modern Age, Vol. III, No. 3.
  • Toda, Michel (1987). Henri Massis: Un Témoin de la Droite Intellectuelle, Paris: Table Ronde.
  • Wohl, Robert (2009). The Generation of 1914, Harvard University Press.

External links

  • Académie française
  • Works by Henri Massis, at Unz.org
  • Works by Henri Massis, at Internet Archive
  • Works by Henri Massis at Project Gutenberg
  • Pictures of Henri Massis
  • Works by or about Henri Massis in libraries (WorldCat catalog)
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