American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Claudel, Camille 1864-1943. French sculptor best known for her bust models of Auguste Rodin (1888-1892).
- Claudel, Paul Louis Charles 1868-1955. French diplomat and writer whose works include poetry and a number of plays, such as Tidings Brought to Mary (1912).
“I called Claudel and told him to net Briel and her hubby.”
“So finally to say that I think the book I have just been reading, ‘Brodeck’s Report’ by Phillipe Claudel, is an insightful and fascinating study of the evil in mankind and how it flourishes, given nourishment and the fertile growing conditions that life can often provide.”
“Actually Claudel, re: genius, has been compared to T. S.Eliot.”
“I know of Péguy and Claudel but I have not read their writings.”
“Among many other writers, we studied two plays of Claudel, and memorized parts of Péguy.”
“Camille Claudel must have had very little self-respect.”
“Mary Catherine and her classmates were studying Camille Claudel and Rodin at school.”
“The Catholic dramatist Paul Claudel provided the text for a work that was originally designed as a showcase for Ida Rubinstein, though for its first performance in Basel in 1938 the work was performed as a concert piece.”
“It was right there, where the poet Paul Claudel (1868-1955) had had a singular experience of the beauty of God, during the singing of the Magnificat of the Vespers of Christmas 1886, which led him to conversion.”
“Camille Claudel: A Novel (fiction): Camille Claudel, an old lady confined to the Asylum for the Insane in Montdevergues, France, reviews her life.”
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