Albert Thibaudet

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Albert Thibaudet (1874, Tournus, Saône-et-Loire - 1936, Geneva) was a French essayist and literary critic. A former student of Henri Bergson, he was a professor of Jean Rousset. He taught at the University of Geneva, and was succeeded in his post by Marcel Raymond.

Career[edit]

Thibaudet's reputation increased through 1920s and 1930s, in part due to his regular articles in the Nouvelle Revue Française and his numerous books.[1]

Works[edit]

  • La Campagne avec Thucydide, 1922 (on Thucydides)
  • Gustave Flaubert, 1922, republished, 1936
  • Le Bergsonisme, 1923 (on Henri Bergson)
  • Physiologie de la critique, 1930
  • Les idées politiques en France, 1931

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