Louis Aragon (Aragon Louis)( French writer.)
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Biography Louis Aragon (Aragon Louis)
Born October 3, 1897 in Paris. As a poet began in the circle of Dadaists and Surrealists, . publishing a collection of poems Fireworks (Feu de joie, . 1920), . story Anicet (Anicet, . 1921), . novel peasant Paris (Le Paysan de Paris, . 1926), . Treatise on style (Trait du style, . 1928), . product of the revolutionary nature of both content, . and on the artistic decision,
. In 1927 he joined the French Communist Party, refusing to clean the literature in the name of journalism, subordinated to the interests of the party and later took the aesthetics of socialist realism, only the end of life advocated 'open-realism'. His inflammatory poem Red Front (Front rouge, 1931) led prosecutions.
During World War II of Aragon was the leading poet of the French Resistance. Collections knife in the heart (Le Crve-coeur, 1941), Elsa's Eyes (Les Yeux d'Elsa, 1942), waxworks (Le Muse Gryvin, 1943) suggest a return to the classic themes of love and patriotism. Aragon as a novelist is best known books Basel Bells (Les Cloches de Ble, . 1934), . Rich neighborhoods (Les Beaux quartiers, . 1936), . Travelers on Imperiale (Les Voyageurs de l'Imperiale, . 1941), . AurцLlien (Aurlien, . 1944), . The loss seriously (La Mise a'mort, . 1965),
. Historical novel about the Hundred Days of Napoleon's Holy Week (La Semaine sainte, 1959) is considered a masterpiece of this genre of literature. Aragon has also published a history of the USSR (Histoire de l'URS). In 1971 his novel by Henri Matisse (Henri Matisse). Aragon died in Paris on December 24, 1982.