Definition of Malraux
1. Noun. French novelist (1901-1976).
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Literary usage of Malraux
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Crossover: Architecture, Urbanism, Technology by Ad Graafland, Leslie Jaye Kavanaugh, George Baird (2006)
"In using his area of policy to the full, Malraux launched the single largest campaign for the building of cultural centres in any Western European country. ..."
2. Military Ethics: Reflections on Principles-The Profession of Arms, Military edited by Malham M. Wakin (1994)
"My own literary preference is Andre Malraux. Whether fighting for the Chinese Communists against both Chiang Kai Shek and the Comintern in the Shanghai ..."
3. History: Fiction of Science? by Anatoly Fomenko (2005)
"He had shown to Malraux five small ivory elephants that he had purchased from some Indian several instants ago, with the following words: "You see, ..."
4. Wit and Wisdom: A Public Affairs Miscellany by Colin Bingham (1982)
"ANDRE Malraux Malraux was explaining why, after having been a revolutionary socialist most of his life, he broke with the Communists. ..."
5. An Almanack for the Year of Our Lord by Joseph Whitaker (1869)
"2 E + CABINET (1962) Prime Minister. M. Georges Pompidou. Ministers of Slate, M. André Malraux (Cultural Affairs): M. Louis ..."