Anna de Noailles

Theatrical adaptation of the novel “Le Visage émerveillé”

Anna de Noailles’ 1904 novel Le Visage émerveillé has been adapted for the theater by Ludovic Michel and is now playing at the Théâtre Les Déchargeurs in Paris until February 26. The link above will take you to a page with detailed information, including critical articles on the play. […]

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Noailles at CIEF Convention in Montreal

Today, at the convention of the “Conseil International d’Études Francophones” which is taking place in Montreal, Roxana Verona from Dartmouth College, USA, presented a talk on Marthe Bibesco (Noailles’ cousin), “Les Orients de Marthe Bibesco” (Marthe Bibesco’s Orients), and Catherine Perry from the University of Notre Dame, USA, presented on Noailles, “Silence, elle parle: Anna de Noailles, femme […]

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Poetry Reading

THE POETRY CAFE – BETTERTON STREET, LONDON WC2 POETRY  IN  TRANSLATION “The Trace they Wished to Leave”  Wednesday 27 January  –  7.30 pm     Fyodor Tyutchev, Anna de Noailles, Manuel Ulacia Tickets at door £5/£3 conc.  John Dewey, whose biography of Tyutchev will shortly be published by Brimstone Press Ltd, will be introducing us to […]

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Anna de Noailles and Rilke at Cerisy, August 2009

From the 13th to the 20th of August 2009 a conference on Rilke, “Regards croisés: Rainer Maria Rilke, sa vie, son oeuvre, took place at the Cerisy-La-Salle cultural center in Normandy. Eugénie de Brancovan, great niece of Anna de Noailles, and Catherine Perry presented aspects of the relation between Noailles and Rilke. Below a few pictures that commemorate […]

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