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Anthologie poétique et romanesque by Anna de Noailles

By Anna de Noailles

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Fille d’un prince roumain, héroïne du Paris aristocratique du début du siècle, Anna de Brancovan, comtesse de Noailles, est l’auteur de neuf recueils de vers, de trois romans et de poèmes en prose dont on trouvera ici le meilleur. Sa poésie, très autobiographique, est d’une sensibilité universelle. Elle nous permet de partager son amour de l. a. nature, mais aussi les élans et les tourments d’une femme passionnée, aux enthousiasmes communicatifs. Par l. a. magie d’une langue musicale et racée, Anna de Noailles nous touche au cœur. Son œuvre, éblouissante, est une partie de notre mémoire, de notre vie.

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