By Andre Malraux, Terence Kilmartin
Reprint from the French variation. 5 printings plus a e-book membership version. André Malraux (1901 - 1976) used to be a French adventurer, award-winning writer, and statesman. Having traveled generally in Indochina and China, Malraux used to be famous specifically for his novel entitled l. a. Humaine (Man's destiny) (1933), which gained the Prix Goncourt. He was once appointed by way of normal Charles de Gaulle as Minister of data (1945-1946), then as Minister of kingdom (1958-1959), and the 1st Minister of Cultural Affairs, serving in the course of De Gaulle's complete presidency (1959-1969).
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