Jean-Richard Bloch

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Jean-Richard Bloch (May 25, 1884 – March 15, 1947) was a French (critic, novelist and playwright.

He was a member of the French Communist Party (PCF) and worked with Louis Aragon in the evening daily Ce soir.

Literary works[edit]

  • A Publisher of "L'Effort Libre", 1910–1914 (left-wing literary magazine)
  • Lévy, 1912
  • ... et Compagnie, 1918 (novel)
  • La nuit Kurde (novel)
  • Sybilla, 1932 (novel)
  • Carnaval est mort, 1920 (critic)
  • A leader of "Europe" (with Jean Guéhenno)
  • Offrande à la musique, 1930 (ballet)
  • Destin du siècle, 1931
  • Naissance d'une culture, 1936
  • Toulon (a play)
  • De la France trahie à la France en armes, 1949