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French writer, whose original name was Louis Farigoule. A brilliant student of philosophy, he became known as the chief exponent of unanimism, a literary theory positing the collective spirit or personality, e.g., the spirit of a city. This concept pervades an early collection of his poems, La Vie unanime (1908). Romains’s principal work is the... More...
France, 1985, Jules Romains
France, 1985.02.23, St-Julien-Chapteuil. Jules Romains