The Malraux Mystery

Hartman, Geoffrey
January 1977
New Republic;1/29/77, Vol. 176 Issue 5, p27
Pays tribute to author André Malraux, who died in November 1976. Description of his book "The Walnut Trees of Altenburg"; Opinion of Malraux that fable is the nude of the narrative mode; Information that Malraux employed the principle of movie montage to voice his images; Information on the various works of Malraux.


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