The Immoralist Literary Style
The Immoralist Compare and Contrast
The Immoralist Topics for Further Study
The Immoralist Media Adaptations
The Immoralist What Do I Read Next?
The Immoralist Bibliography and Further Reading
Cordle, Thomas, André Gide, Updated Edition, Twayne, 1993, pp. 67, 69, 71–72.
Gide, André, The Immoralist, translated by David Watson, Penguin Books, 2000, pp. 15, 34, 45, 47, 50, 69, 89, 95, 97, 98, 111, 114, 115.
—, The Immoralist, translated by Richard Howard, Alfred A. Knopf, 1970.
Guerard, Albert J., André Gide, Harvard University Press, 1951, p. 106.
Sheridan, Alan, “Introduction,” in The Immoralist, by André Gide, translated by David Watson, Penguin Books, 2000, p. x.
Ahmida, Ali Abdulolatif, ed., Beyond Colonialism and Nationalism in the Maghrib: History, Culture,...
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The Immoralist Bibliography
Ames, Van Meter. André Gide, 1947.
Brennan, Joseph Gerard. Three Philosophical Novelists: James Joyce, André Gide, Thomas Mann, 1964.
Cordle, Thomas. André Gide, 1969.
Fowlie, Wallace. André Gide: His Life and Art, 1965.
Ireland, George William. André Gide: A Study of His Creative Writings, 1970.
Mann, Klaus. André Gide and the Crisis of Modern Thought, 1943.
O’Brien, Justin. Portrait of André Gide: A Critical Biography, 1953.
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