André Lichtenberger

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André Lichtenberger (29 November 1870, Strasbourg – 23 March 1940, Paris) was a French novelist and sociologist. He held a Doctor of Letters in history. He was the son of theologian Frédéric Auguste Lichtenberger.

Published works[edit]

  • Le Socialisme au XVIIIème siècle(1895), thesis
  • Contes Héroïques (1897), stories from the French Revolution
  • Mon Petit Trott and La Petite Soeur de Trott (1898), stories depicting the mindset of a child.
  • Le Socialisme Utopique (1898)
  • Le Socialisme et la Révolution française (1898)
  • La Mort de Corinthe (1900), Roman archaeology
  • Portraits de Jeunes Filles (1900)
  • Père (1901)
  • Rédemption (1902)
  • Portraits d'Aïeules (1903)
  • M. de Migurac ou Le Marquis Philosophe (1903)
  • Les Centaures (1904), a poem written in prose.
  • Line (1905)
  • Gorri le Forban (1906)
  • L'Automne (1907)
  • Notre Minnie (1907)
  • La Folle Aventure (1908)
  • La Petite (1909)
  • Le Petit Roi (1910)
  • Tous Héros (1910)
  • Juste Lobel, Alsacien (1911)
  • Petite Madame (1912)
  • Kaligouça le Coeur Fidèle (1913)
  • Le Sang Nouveau (1914)
  • Bèche (1920)
  • Raramémé (1921)
  • Scènes en Famille (1921)

English Translations published in the United States[edit]

  1. The Centaurs [Les Centaures, 1904] translated by Brian Stableford, 2013, Black Coat Press, ISBN 9781612271842
  2. Children of the Crab [Raramémé, 1921] translated by Brian Stableford, 2013, Black Coat Press, ISBN 9781612272009

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