A travelling hedonist attempts to transcend the limitations of conventional morality by surrendering to his appetites in this well-known work by a master of modern French literature. Much acclaimed for his perception and purity of style, André Gide (1869–1951) received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1947. In The Immoralist,
his classic examination of individual freedom and identity, he fuses autobiographical elements with both biblical and classical symbolism. Stanley Appelbaum skillfully preserves the passion and intensity of the original in his new English translation.
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|Author/Editor||André Gide, Stanley Appelbaum|
|Dimensions||5 3/8 x 8 1/2|