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Chedid, Andree

CHEDID, Andree

CHEDID, Andree. French (born Egypt), b. 1920. Genres: Literary criticism and history, Poetry, Novels. Career: Writer, 1949-. Member of poetry juries. Publications: POETRY: Textes pour une figure, 1949; Textes pour un poeme, 1950; Textes pour le vivant, 1953; Textes pour la terre aimee, 1955; Terre et poesie, 1956; Terre regardee, 1957; Seul, le visage, 1960; Lubies, 1962; Double-pays, 1965; Contre-Chant, 1969; Visage premier, 1972; Fetes et lubies, 1973; Prendre corps, 1973; Fraternite de la parole, 1975; Ceremonial de la violence, 1976; Le Coeur et le temps, 1977; Cavernes et soleils, 1979; 7 Textes pour un chant, 1986; Ancienne Egypte, 1990. NOVELS: Le Sommeil delivre, 1952, trans. as From Sleep Unbound, 1983; Jonathan, 1955; Le Sixieme Jour, 1960, trans. as The Sixth Day, 1988; Le Survivant, 1963; L'Autre, 1969; La Cite fertile, 1972; Nefertiti et le reve d'Akhnaton, 1974; Les Marches de sable, 1981; La Maison sans racines, 1985, trans. as The Return to Beirut, 1989; L'Enfant multiple, 1989; Le Message, 2000. STORY COLLECTIONS: Le Corps et le temps suivi de l'Etroite Peau, 1979; Mondes Miroirs Magies, 1988; A la mort, a la vie: Nouvelles, 1992. PLAYS: Theatre, 1981, Le Montreur, trans. as The Show-Man, 1984; Echec a la Reine, 1984. NONFICTION: Le Liban, 1974; Guy Levis-Mano, 1974. JUVENILE: Grandes Oreilles, toutes oreilles, 1976; Le Coeur et le temps, 1976; Lubies, 1976; Le Coeur suspendu, 1981; L'Etrange Mariee, 1983; Grammaire en fete, 1984. OTHER: The Prose and Poetry of Andree Chedid: Selected Poems, Short Stories, and Essays, 1990; Selected Poems, 1995; Fugitive Suns, 1999. Address: c/o Flammarion, 26 rue Racine, 75006 Paris, France.

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