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us: Green, Julien, 1900-1998



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    • us: Green, Julian, 1900-1998
    • us: Grin, Z'ulyen, 1900-1998
    • us: Irland, David, 1900-1998
    • us: Green, Julian Hartridge, 1900-1998
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    • found: Mont-Cinère, 1926.
    • found: Washington Post, August 19, 1998: obit. (d. August 13, 1998, in Paris; bilingual English-French writer born in Paris of Virginian parents; studied at the University of Virginia)
    • found: Liṿyatan, 1968: t.p. (Z'ulyen Grin [partially voc.])
    • found: Gale Literature Resource Center WWW site, 4 Sep. 2008: French authors page (variant forms: David Irland; Théophile Delaporte)
    • found: Gale Literature Resource Center WWW site, 4 Sep. 2008: French authors page (Julian Green is real name of Théophile Delaporte)
    • notfound: OCLC 23420748: Deux pamphlets contre les bien-pensants, 1944 (hdg.: Delaporte, Théophile, 1900-1998; usage: Théophile Delaporte)
    • found: Wikipedia, Sept. 9, 2014 (Julien Green (September 6, 1900-August 13, 1998) was an American writer who authored several novels (The Dark Journey, The Closed Garden, Moira, Each Man in His Darkness, the Dixie trilogy, etc.), a four-volume autobiography (The Green Paradise, The War at Sixteen, Love in America and Restless Youth) and his famous Diary (in nineteen volumes, 1919-1998). He wrote primarily in French and was the first non-French national to be elected to the Académie française; born Julian Hartridge Green, Paris, France; died Paris, France; Pen name: Théophile Delaporte, David Irland. Occupation: Novelist and essayist; Nationality: American; Partner: Robert de Saint-Jean; While Green wrote primarily in the French language, he also wrote in English; For many years Green was the companion of Robert de Saint-Jean, a journalist, whom he had met in the 1920s. In his later years Green formally adopted gay fiction writer Éric Jourdan)
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    • PQ2613.R3
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    • 1980-04-17: new
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