Max Jacob: Lettres à Nino Frank (American University Studies) (French Edition)

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Max Jacob: Lettres à Nino Frank, edited by Anne S. Kimball, contains 85 lettres written by the French poet to author-journalist Nino Frank. The correspondence began in 1923 when the young Italo-Swiss from Naples wrote Jacob, praising the poet's Le Cornet à dés. Jacob, always helpful to budding writers, encouraged Frank to pursue a literary career in France. Frank then spent some months at the Saint-Benoît-sur-Loire monastery where Jacob had retreated from Paris after his conversion to Catholicism. Frank never forgot his beginnings in France when Jacob introduced him to major literary and artistic figures; he later described his experiences in Mémoire brisée (1967). The two became life-long friends, Jacob visited Frank in Italy, and their correspondence continued until Jacob's death in 1944. The letters, models of the epistolary genre, are full of wit, examples of poems, and gossip about the French literary and artistic scene. Jacob's short story, «Illisibles», completes the volume. Nino Frank lives in Paris, and continues to be active in French letters.

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About the Author :

One of the key members of the group that formed around Apollinaire, a painter as well as a poet, Jacob lived in extreme poverty, working all manner of jobs throughout his life. Although born Jewish, he converted to Catholicism in 1915, six years after having a vision of Christ. In 1921 he moved from Paris to the small village of Saint Benoit-sur-Loire, close to a Benedictine church, where he remained until his arrest by the Nazis in February1944. He died of bronchial pneumonia the following month in a concentration camp at Drancy, near Paris.

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Text: French

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Description du livre Peter Lang Dez 1988, 1988. Buch. État : Neu. Neuware - Max Jacob: Lettres à Nino Frank, edited by Anne S. Kimball, contains 85 lettres written by the French poet to author-journalist Nino Frank. The correspondence began in 1923 when the young Italo-Swiss from Naples wrote Jacob, praising the poet's Le Cornet à dés. Jacob, always helpful to budding writers, encouraged Frank to pursue a literary career in France. Frank then spent some months at the Saint-Benoît-sur-Loire monastery where Jacob had retreated from Paris after his conversion to Catholicism. Frank never forgot his beginnings in France when Jacob introduced him to major literary and artistic figures; he later described his experiences in Mémoire brisée (1967). The two became life-long friends, Jacob visited Frank in Italy, and their correspondence continued until Jacob's death in 1944. The letters, models of the epistolary genre, are full of wit, examples of poems, and gossip about the French literary and artistic scene. Jacob's short story, «Illisibles», completes the volume. Nino Frank lives in Paris, and continues to be active in French letters. 219 pp. Französisch. N° de réf. du libraire 9780820405070

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