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  1. God's Fool: The Life of Francis of Assisi (Perennial library) by Julien Green, 1987-09-02
  2. Green Paradise: Autobiography (Autobiography, Vol 1) by Julien Green, 1992-11
  3. Midnight; by Julien Green, 1936
  4. Paris (Marion Boyars Modern Classics) (French Edition) by Julian Green, 2005-09-01
  5. Le Journal de Julien Green: Miroir D'Une AME, Miroir D'Un Siecle (Modern French Identities) by Michael O'Dwyer, Michele Raclot, 2005-01
  6. Moira: Roman (Euvres de Julien Green) (French Edition) by Julien Green, 1997
  7. Adrienne Mesurat (French Expressions Series) by Julien Green, 1991-09
  8. Avarice House by Julien Green, 1996-03
  9. The Distant Lands by Julien Green, 1996-07
  10. Moira (Quartet Encounters) by Julien Green, 1988-10-01
  11. The Metamorphoses of the Self: The Mystic, the Sensualist, and the Artist in the Works of Julien Green (Studies in Romance Languages, 19) by John M. Dunaway, 1978-11
  12. Julien Green et Jacques Maritain: L'amour du vrai et la fidelite du ceur (French Edition) by Yves Floucat, 1997
  13. Julien Green: Webster's Timeline History, 1900 - 2007 by Icon Group International, 2010-03-10
  14. The Story of Two Souls: The Correspondence of Jacques Maritain and Julien Green

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2. Green, Julien (Open Library)
Books by Green, Julien L viathan 17 editions first published in 1929

3. Green, Julien
God's Fool The Life of Francis of Assisi (Perennial Library), Each Man in His Darkness (Encounters), Memories of Happy Days, Paris (Marion Boyars Modern Classics), Restless
Green, Julien
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  • tiny print Believable and beautifully written An Almost Perfect Biography of St. Francis Pace e bene Pace e bene
God's Fool: The Life of Francis of Assisi (Perennial Library)
Julien Green
Manufacturer: HarperSanFrancisco
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Binding: Paperback
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  • ASIN: Book Description This warm, richly detailed biography brings the beloved saint alive in all his human and profoundly spiritual dimensions. Customer Reviews: tiny print I just recieved this book and have looked forward to reading it. To my dismay, the print is much smaller than usual and difficult to read without eye strain. I find I can only read a couple of pages at a time. Believable and beautifully written I'd like to add my five-star vote for this wonderful little work. After reading it I'm convinced St Francis had a difficult life but despite the difficulty (maybe because of it) he persevered and kept obstinately optimistic and decent. He was cheerful because he gave himself to God, not because God gave him so much to be cheerful about. I could understand why he is so beloved, even though he gave us a tough example to follow. The prose is beautiful and the optimism is encouraging.

    4. Julien Green
    Short biography of the French-American novelist (1900-1998).
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    Julien (Hartridge) Green (1900-1998) "For a person of nervous temperament, the monotony of the scene is a trial, almost a torture. And so it is that people on board ship turn, as if toward their salvation, to the company of their fellows, even if they have contempt for them, even if they hate them. For they have to live, they have to escape from the consuming boredom of the days, from the sea, and from that leviathan, ever lying in wait, which silently accompanies them." (from the short story 'Leviathan' Julien Green was born Julian Hartridge Green in Paris to American parents of Scottish-Irish background. His father, Edward Moon Green, was a businessman and Secretary of the American Chamber of Commerce in Paris. Julien was last of seven children, five of them girls, and only native French speaker in his English-speaking family, he created his own private world, in which he brought for his mother's horror sex, and his own obsessions on ancestral mysteries. Mary Green, Julien's mother, was the daughter of a Savannah judge. She read the Bible daily and brought up her children as Episcopalians. After her death in 1914, Green followed his father into the Catholic Church. At the age of 17 he volunteered for the army in the World War I. From 1918 to 1922 he studied in Paris and at the University of Virginia. Green's first name Julian was changed to Julien in the late 1920s by his first publisher.

    5. Green, Julien Definition Of Green, Julien In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
    Green, Julien (Hartridge) or Julian Green (born Sept. 6, 1900, Paris, France—died Aug. 13, 1998, Paris) Frenchborn American writer. Born in France of American parents, Green, Julien

    6. Livre - Jeunesse - Green Julien - ACHETER OCCASION - 1974
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    8. Julien Green
    Julien Green, April 18, 1922.
    Autograph Letter, signed. Julien Green to Catherine Hartridge. April 18, 1922 Page 1 Page 2 Back to Famous, Infamous and Ficticious

    9. Green, Julien - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Green, Julien
    French novelist, dramatist, and autobiographer, of American parentage. His first novel, MontCin re/Avarice House (1926), was followed with a series of haunting and disturbing, Julien

    10. Julien Green | LibraryThing
    Julien Green (1900–1998) Author of God's Fool The Life of Francis of Assisi. Also known as Green Julien, Julian Green, Greene Julien

    11. SavannahNOW : Savannah Morning News : Local News : Novelist Julien Green Dies In
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      Novelist Julien Green dies in Paris Writer's grandfather built Green-Meldrim House in Savannah. By Doug Wyatt apt_AD('InStory'); Savannah Morning News Novelist Julien Green, who wrote in French about Catholicism, sexuality and the American South, has died. Green, who was 97, was the grandson of Charles Green, who built the Green-Meldrim House in Savannah in the 1850s. He died Thursday in Paris, according to French media, which reported his death Monday. The first foreigner to be elected to the Academie Francaise the elite panel founded by Cardinal Richelieu in 1635 to safeguard the integrity of the French language Green was a prolific writer, producing more than a dozen novels, five plays, an autobiography, numerous biographies, essays and an immense daily journal. In 1996, he relinquished his membership in the Academie, the highest honor accorded French writers, citing his advanced age and his distaste for honors.

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    14. Julien (Julian) Green Im COMPUTERGARTEN Am 6. September Von Inga
    Julien Green in Inga Schnekenburgers Computergarten. Kurzbiographie und Links.
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    für Julien Green, den Autor von "Die Sterne des Südens" Julien (Julian) Green Julien Green wurde am 6. September 1900 in Paris geboren Er wurde von den amerikanischen Eltern protestantisch erzogen, bekannte sich aber mit 15 Jahren zum Katholizismus . Julien (Julian) Green stand dann dem Buddhismus nahe und bekannte sich mit 39 Jahren wieder zum katholischen Glauben n entsetzlichen Verbrechen oder im Wahnsinn. Klagenfurt berfhrt und am 28. August 1998 in der Stadtpfarrkirche St. Egid in Klagenfurt beigesetzt.
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    15. Green, Julien: Mont-Cinre
    LotGreen, Julien MontCin re, Lot Number3312, Starting Bid€1800, AuctioneerGalerie Bassenge, AuctionValuable Books, Autographs, Decor. Prints, Date100 AM PT - Oct 23rd

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    Green, Julien Griffin, W. E. B. H Harris, Robert Heller, Joseph Hennessy, Max Higgins, Jack Howard, Elizabeth Jane Homewood, Harry

    17. Jeder Mensch Ist Judas
    ber den Roman Jeder Mensch in seiner Nacht von Julien Green.
    Jeder Mensch ist Judas
    J. Green: Jeder Mensch in seiner Nacht
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    Der im Jahre 1900 geborene französische Romancier Julien Green ist zeitlebens ein Sucher nach der Wahrheit gewesen. Protestantisch erzogen, konvertierte er mit fünfzehn Jahren zum katholischen Glauben. Dann wurde er Buddhist. Später bekannte er sich zum zweitenmal zum Katholizismus. Aufschlußreich für seine innere Entwicklung sind seine Tagebücher, Zeugnisse seines Ringens zwischen Gott und irdischer Lust. In seinen Romanen schildert Green den Menschen in seiner Versuchbarkeit und Verlorenheit, in seiner Lebensangst und seiner Sehnsucht nach einer höheren Wirklichkeit. Seine Personen sind meist einsam und verlassen, willensschwach und haltlos. Kennzeichnend für ihre Situation ist auch der Titel des 1960 erschienenen Werkes "Chaque homme dans sa nuit" - "Jeder Mensch in seiner Nacht".
    James Knight war ein Christ, der diesen Namen wirklich verdiente. Er war sich der Versuchbarkeit bewußt, der jedes menschliche Herz ausgeliefert ist. Darüber hinaus wußte er, daß es im menschlichen Leben keine Schuld geben kann, die unverzeihlich wäre, wenn sich der schuldig gewordene Mensch mit seiner Schuld auf den Weg macht, um Vergebung zu erbitten. Zu solcher Vergebung war er bereit, wie auch Jesus dazu bereit gewesen ist. Wilfred machte sich auf den Weg. Wenn er auch nicht zu James kam, er fand den Weg zu Gott. Da es ihm angesichts seines gelebten Lebens immer unheimlicher zumute wurde, betete er: "Mein Gott, bleib bei mir! Bleib bei mir bis zum Ende." Allem Anschein nach hatte Gott diesen Ruf nicht überhört, denn obwohl sein Herz aufgehört hatte zu schlagen, gewann James die Überzeugung: Er lebte, er lebte!

    18. Julien Green (American Writer) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
    Julien Green, in full Julien Hartridge Green, Julien also spelled Julian (b. Sept. 6, 1900, Paris, France—d. Aug. 13, 1998, Paris), French American writer of sombre
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    Table of Contents: Julien Green Article Article Additional Reading Additional Reading Related Articles Related Articles External Web sites External Web sites Citations ARTICLE from the Julien Green in full Julien Hartridge Green , Julien also spelled Julian psychological novels that show a preoccupation with violence and death. Green was the first person of American parentage to be elected to the World War I , he entered at age 19 the University of Virginia World War II he taught again in the United States Mont-Cinere Avarice House Adrienne Mesurat The Closed Garden ) and The Dark Journey If I Were You Moira Chaque homme dans sa nuit Each in His Darkness The Other One ), and a trilogy of novels set in the antebellum South, the best known of which is

    19. Julien Green: Tagebcher 1990-1996
    Julien Green Tageb cher 1990-1996. Eine Rezension von Bernd Heimberger.
    Eine Rezension von Bernd Heimberger Reisen eines Regsamen
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    20. Julien Green: Der Verruchte Ort - Hanser Verlag
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