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Andre Gide (1869-1951), winner of the 1947 Nobel Prize in Literature, was a celebrated novelist, dramatist, and essayist whose narrative works dealt frankly with homosexuality and the struggle between artistic discipline, moralism, and sensual indulgence. His essay collections Autumn Leaves and Oscar Wilde, among others, contributed to the public's understanding of key figures of the day.

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"In the service of a cause close to Gide's heart . . . the book remains a touching testament. . . . A courageous endeavor . . . [a] necessary work." --The New York Times Book Review

"Nobel prize winner Gide considered this work his crowning achievement. Published in French in 1925, the book is divided into four 'dialogs' on homosexuality and its place in the world." --Library Journal

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