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Karl Adolph Gjellerup

Edouard Glissant

Elinor Glyn

Minna: A Novel from the Danish of Karl Gjellerup
Minna: A Novel from the Danish of Karl Gjellerup

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Karl Adolph Gjellerup
b. 6-2-1857; Præstø, Denmark
d. 10-13-1919; Germany

Poet and novelist Karl Gjellerup was one of the 1917 Nobel Prize for Literature recipients, his half for “for his varied and rich poetry, which is inspired by lofty ideals.”

Gjellerup shared the award with fellow Dane Henrik Pontoppidan.

Edouard Glissant (Cambridge Studies in African and Caribbean Literature)
Édouard Glissant
(Cambridge Studies
in African and Caribbean Literature)

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Édouard Glissant
b. 9-21-1928; Martinique
d. 2-3-2011; Paris, France

Édouard Glissant, a French writer, poet and literary critic, is widely recognised as being one of the most influential figures in Caribbean thought and cultural commentary.

Glissant had been visiting professor of French Literature at CUNY since 1995, and the president of France's cultural centre devoted to the history of slave trade since 2006.

Édouard Glissant quotes ~
•“The author must be demythifies, certaily, because he must be integrated into a common resolve. The collective ‘we’ becomes the site of the generative system, and the true subject.”

Elinor Glyn, photo
Elinor Glyn, photo

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Elinor Glyn
née Elinor Sutherland
b. 10-17-1864; Jersey, Channel Islands
d. 9-23-1943; Germany

Novelist and scriptwriter Elinor Glyn coined the use of “It” as a euphenism for sex appeal, as it was applied to the “It Girl”, Clara Bow.

Elinor Glyn quotes ~
• “All the legislation in the world will not abolish kissing.”
• “He had that nameless charm, with a strong magnetism, which can only be called, ‘It’.”
• “Everything that I write will be signed with my name.”

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