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Montherlant

[ mawn-ter-lahn ]
/ mɔ̃ tɛrˈlɑ̃ /
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noun
Hen·ry de [ahn-reeduh], /ɑ̃ˈri də/, 1896–1972, French author.
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Montherlant
/ (French mɔ̃tɛrlɑ̃) /

noun
Henri (Millon) de (ɑ̃ri də). 1896–1972, French novelist and dramatist: his novels include Les Jeunes Filles (1935–39) and Le Chaos et la nuit (1963)
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