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This very brief column appeared in Vanity Fair Magazine during the winter of 1915 as one element in the publicity campaign supporting the distribution of THE DEATH OF NOBODY, Jules Romains' (1885 - 1972) 1911 novel.

Before World War I Romains was primarily known as a poet and founder (along with fellow poet Georges Chennevière) of Unanimisme, a movement that combined concept of international brotherhood with the psychological ideal involving a shared group consciousness. At the time of this printing, the novelist was serving in the French Army.

Read our article about the treason of Ezra Pound.

     



Jules Romains and THE DEATH OF NOBODY  (Vanity Fair, 1915)

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