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Fleg, Edmond, 1874-1963


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    • Flēk, Ētmōn
    • Flegenheimer, Edmond, 1874-1963
    • פלג, אדמונד
    • פלג, אדמונד, 1874-1963
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    • found: His The Jewish anthology ... c1925.
    • found: Enesco, E. Oedipe [SR] 2006:container (Edmond Fleg; librettist) insert (Fleg, né Flegenheimer)
    • found: Wikipedia, die freie Enzyklopädie, WWW site, Oct. 24, 2006(Edmond Fleg; b. Edmond Flegenheimer, Nov. 26, 1874, Genf; d. Oct. 15, 1963, Paris; French author of Swiss origin)
    • found: Haggadah. Haggada de Pessah, 1925:title page (Haggada de Pessah; texte hébreu revu par le rabbin Back; mis en français par Edmond Fleg)
    • found: BnF, 1 April 2019(authorized access point: Fleg, Edmond (1874-1963); rejected form: Flegenheimer, Edmond (1874-1963); country: France; language: French; translated from Yiddish, Hebrew; sex: masculine; birth: 1874-03-26, Genève (Suisse); death: 1963-10-15, Paris; novelist, dramatist, essayist, and poet; journalist; literary and theatre critic; agrégé in German (1900); professor of literature at Université de Genève; co-founder with Jules Isaac of Amitié judéo-chrétienne de France (1948); ISNI 0000 0001 1767 7593; record no.: FRBNF11902898) - https://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb119028983
    • found: VIAF, 1 April 2019(authorized access points in VIAF cluster: Fleg, Edmond, 1874-1963 (most), Fleg, Edmond 1877-1964, Fleg, Edmond, Edmond Fleg (Wikidata), Fleg, Edmond, 1874- ; VIAF ID: 66467196 (Personal)) - http://viaf.org/viaf/66467196
    • found: Archives juives, 2010, viewed online 27 March 2019:pages 137-139: Lévy, Monique. Abraham Back, alias Bach, rabbin à Paris, bibliothécaire à l'AIU, professeur au Séminaire israélite (Abraham Back, alias Bach; Bucarest (Roumanie) 23 July 1878-Nice, 3 July 1949; became honorary president of Anciens combattants volontaires juifs, an association presided over by Edmond Fleg; works: revised the Hebrew text of Haggada de Pâques for the 1925 translation by Edmond Fleg) - https://www.cairn.info/article.php?ID_ARTICLE=AJ_431_0137#
    • found: Wikipedia, 1 April 2019(Edmond Fleg; Edmond Flegenheimer, better known as Edmond Fleg (26 November 1874-15 October 1963); 20th-century Jewish French writer, thinker, novelist, essayist and playwright; born in Geneva on 26 November 1874; his family Alsatian in origin; attended Collège de Genève, then from 1892 studied in Paris, at Sorbonne, then at École Normale Supérieure; in 1899, qualified as teacher of German language; became the best friend of the editor Lucien Moreau (1875-1932), later one of the leaders of the Action Française; during World War I, joined the French Foreign Legion, won Croix de Guerre; in 1937, made an officer of Legion of Honor; 1904-1920, successful playwright; work influenced by disturbances caused by Dreyfus affair, by his participation in Third Zionist Congress in Basel, reports of pogroms; works in variety of genres, including poetry; Écoute, Israël appeared between 1913 and 1948, the Anthologie juive 1923-1953; Pourquoi je suis juif (1928); in 1949, co-founder of Amitiés judéo-chrétiennes; work Vers le Monde qui vient (1960); translated part of Bible into French: Genesis (1946), Exodus (1963); opera librettist for Ernst Bloch's Macbeth, George Enescu's Œdipe) - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edmond_Fleg
    • found: Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre, 1 April 2019(Edmond Fleg; Edmond Flegenheimer, called Edmond Fleg; born 26 November 1874, Genève; died 15 October 1963, Paris; naturalized as French citizen in 1921; author of a vast poetic fresco in 4 volumes: Écoute Israël, L'Éternel est notre Dieu, L'Éternel est Un, Et tu aimeras l'Éternel; also translated part of Bible into French: Le Livre du Commencement : Genèse (1946) and Le livre de la sortie d'Égypte (1963); from 1920s, honorary president of Éclaireurs Israélites de France (E.I.F.); founded Amitié judéo-chrétienne de France with Jules Isaac in 1948; after World War II, member of Alliance israélite universelle; buried in cimetière de Grimaud) - https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edmond_Fleg
    • found: Wikidata, 1 April 2019(Edmond Fleg (Q324427); description: French writer; sex or gender: male; country of citizenship: Switzerland, France (start time 1921); name in native language: Edmond Fleg (French); birth name: Flegenheimer (Swiss High German); date of birth: 26 November 1874; place of birth: Geneva; date of death: 15 October 1963; place of death: Paris; native language: French; occupation: poet, translator, playwright, librettist, writer, Bible translator; award received: Croix de guerre 1914-1918) - http://www.wikidata.org/entity/Q324427
    • notfound: Base de données Léonore, 1 April 2019
  • LC Classification

    • PQ2611.L32
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    • [Machine-derived non-Latin script reference project.]
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    • 1980-03-07: new
    • 2019-04-04: revised
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