Gide

[zheed]
noun
  1. An·dré (Paul Guil·laume) [ahn-drey pawl gee-yohm] /ɑ̃ˈdreɪ pɔl giˈyoʊm/, 1869–1951, French novelist, essayist, poet, and critic: Nobel Prize 1947.
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Gide

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  1. André (ɑ̃dre). 1869–1951, French novelist, dramatist, critic, diarist, and translator, noted particularly for his exploration of the conflict between self-fulfilment and conventional morality. His novels include L'Immoraliste (1902), La Porte étroite (1909), and Les Faux-Monnayeurs (1926): Nobel prize for literature 1947
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