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RAMUZ Charles-Ferdinand
Taille de l'homme EDITION ORIGINALE Service de presse ENVOI AUTOGRAPHE
Paris: Grasset, 1935. Fine. Grasset, Paris 1935, 12x19cm, broché. - First edition, review copy. Signed autograph of Charles-Ferdinand Ramuz to Robert Garric. Catholic reformist, he was the   founder of "social Teams" in 1920, which aimed to establish a social elite and bring the good word about the brotherhood born of the trenches to the workers, in the tradition of patronage. Simone de Beauvoir, then student of Robert Garric in philosophy at Sainte-Marie Institute of Neuilly, remembers him   in his "Memoirs of a Tidy Wench"   "Garric appeared; I forgot everything else and myself; the authority of his voice subdued me. In twenty years we he explained, he had discovered in the trenches the joys of camaraderie that removed social barriers. [...] To deny all limits and all separations, get out of my class, out of my skin: this slogan electrified me. [...] Must serve my life! Must serve all my life! " Back passed, small light spots on the boards, reading a few marks in pencil by the dedicatee in margins of some leaves. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des exemplaires du service de presse. Envoi autographe signé de Charles-Ferdinand Ramuz à Robert Garric. Catholique réformiste, il fut le fondateur des « Équipes sociales » en 1920, qui visaient à constituer une élite sociale et à apporter la bonne parole sur la confraternité née des tranchées aux ouvriers, dans la tradition des patronages. Simone de Beauvoir, alors élève de Robert Garric en philosophie à l'Institut Sainte-Marie de Neuilly, se souvient de lui dans ses "Mémoires d'une jeune fille rangée" : « Garric … [Click Below for Full Description]
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