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Julian Green

Julian Green, French author. Recipient Prix de Monaco, 1951, Prix Harper, Prix Bookman, Grand Prix National de Lettres, 1966, Grand Prix de l'Academie Française, 1970, Prix Marcel Proust, 1974, others. Member Royal Academy Belgium, Academy Mannheim, Counseil Litteraire de Monaco, Academy de Bavière, American Academy of Arts and Letters, Academie Française, Academie de Mainz, Raven Club (Poe Society), Jefferson Society, Phi Beta Kappa.

Background

  • GREEN, Julian was born on September 6, 1900 in Paris, France. Son of Edward Moon Green and Mary-Adelaide Hartridge.

  • Education

    • Lycee Janson de Sailly and University of Virginia.

    Career

    • Commander Legion d'honneur. Works in La Pleiade, vol. I 1972, vols. II and III 1973, vols.

      IV and V 1974, VI 1990.

    Major achievements

    • Member Royal Academy Belgium, Academy Mannheim, Counseil Litteraire de Monaco, Academy de Bavi├иre, American Academy of Arts and Letters, Academie Fran├зaise, Academie de Mainz, Raven Club (Poe Society), Jefferson Society, Phi Beta Kappa

    Works

    • Adrienne Mesurat (French Expressions Series)
    • In this reissue of Green's 1926 novel (winner of the Femina Prize and a BOMC selection that year), his heroine has spent all of her life in the Villa des Charmes, a neurasthenic household dominated by her father, a wildly suspicious old man whose only concern is the sanctity of his daily routine, and her bitter older sister, who nurses both a chronic illness and a closely held secret.
    • Le malfaiteur
    • Roman, Omslag wat verkleurd / Cover discoloured, Band wat verkleurd / Discolouration, Gevouwen rug / Folded back / / French literature / Frans / French / Français / Französisch / soft cover / 12 x 19 cm / 260 .

    Membership

    Member Royal Academy Belgium, Academy Mannheim, Counseil Litteraire de Monaco, Academy de Bavière, American Academy of Arts and Letters, Academie Française, Academie de Mainz, Raven Club (Poe Society), Jefferson Society, Phi Beta Kappa.

    Connections

    • father: Edward Moon Green
    • mother: Mary-Adelaide Hartridge
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    Born September 6, 1900
    Died August 13, 1998
    (aged 97)
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