Barres Morris (Barrs Maurice)( French writer)
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Biography Barres Morris (Barrs Maurice)
Born September 22, 1862 in Sharm (Lorraine). Lorraine origin played a crucial role in his literary and political self-determination. His trilogy of cult 'I', . consisting of the novels under the gaze of the barbarians (Sous l'oeil des barbares, . 1888), . Free Man (Un Homme libre, . 1889) and Berenice's Garden (Le Jardin de Brnice, . 1891), . written under the influence of E. Renan devoted to psychological survey,
. Although the trilogy has made an impression on his contemporaries, Barres soon turned to the problems of the nation, national and local traditions. These thoughts inspired by his second trilogy, Roman National Energy (Le Roman de l'nergie nationale), which are deprived of the soil (Les Dracins, 1897), appeal to the soldier (L'Appel au soldat, 1900), and their faces (Leurs Figures , 1903). Among the later works of Barres - Bodosh Colette (Colette Baudoche, 1909) and inspiring the hill (La Colline inspire, 1913). Development issues nationalist, Barres in 1889 was elected deputy from Nancy. Barres died in Neuilly-sur-Seine (near Paris), December 5, 1923.