Andre Malraux by Curtis Cate
A Biography

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He was the incarnation of political idealist and literary adventurer rivaling Hemingway. He wrote a series of novels that propelled him into the front ranks of writers of his time. As a literary figure, public personality, and political activist, Andre Malraux is without peer. Curtis Cate has written "a superb biography of one of the most adventurous and accomplished intellectuals of the century" (WASHINGTON TIMES)

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Cate is the Paris-based American author of a number of well-known biographies.
Published April 1, 1997 by Fromm Intl. 451 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Literature & Fiction, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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his second marriage (to his widowed sister-in-law) broke up when he arrogantly accused her of ""not breathing at the altitude at which I breathe."" A life marked by pretense as well as panache, it is related rather flatly by Cate, who permits the inner man to escape and, rushing to conclude, give...

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