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  • Nonetheless, the potential danger has been considered almost from the inception of the rule, in ways high-brow, such as Andre Gide ` s Pastoral Symphony and low, such as teen skin flicks like "Hot Under the Collar" and the TV soap opera parody, "Soap", not to mention an infinite number of dirty jokes, usually involving a priest, a rabbi, and a minister.

    The Student Operated Press

  • Members of the older generation such as Andre Gide also appeared occasionally to find out what the wild young men were up to.

    Club Troppo

  • Being there, allowed me to understand the power of charm and persuasion that Cocteau had over such 20th Century luminaries as Andre Gide and Sartre, Satie and Stravinsky, Picasso, Diaghilev and Nijinsky.

    Edward Goldman: Sunday on the Riviera With Jean

  • The editorial reminds of the Andre Gide story about a man and his dog who go to the park everyday and engage in games of checkers.

    Michael Ford: Washington Post Editorial Board as Movie Critic

  • Adults understand that, in fact, as Andre Gide once said, "the color of truth is gray."

    Eric Alterman: Think Again: The World As it 'Ought to Be'

  • "I eat with fury, ferocity, lyricism," French avant-garde writer Andre Gide once confessed to a friend.

    Matthew Jacob: In France, They Cherish Lunch and Liberte

  • Andre Gide has said: "The true hypocrite is the one who ceases to perceive his deception, the one who lies with sincerity."

    Thank you, Dennis Miller!

  • Just FYI, the quote "Please do not understand me too quickly" comes from Andre Gide.

    Obama-McCain

  • According to an article by Paul Theroux in the Times Literary Supplement, Georges Simenon, the existential hack see link below, literary giants as diverse as Andre Gide, Henry Miller, Thornton Wilder and Jorge Amado admired his work, and Gide felt that “The Widow” was superior to the The Stranger.

    DVD of the Week: Alain Delon - Five Film Collection

  • "The true hypocrite is the one who ceases to perceive his [or her] deception, the one who lies with sincerity:" Andre Gide

    BUSH CLOSE TIES WITH KEN LAY EXPOSED

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