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Jacques Prevert[Jacques_Prevert]

 
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Oraş de reşedinţă: n. Neuilly-sur-Seine - d. Omonville-la-Petite (Fr
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Biografie Jacques Prevert

Jacques Prévert (4 februarie 1900 - 11 aprilie 1977) este un poet și un scenarist francez. După succesul primului său volum de poezii, Paroles (la vârsta de 45 de ani) devine, grație limbajului familiar și jocurilor de cuvinte, un mare poet popular. Poeziile lui sunt celebre în cadrul statelor francofone și sunt învățate în școlile franceze.

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Jacques Prévert: 4 February 1900 – 11 April 1977) was a French poet and screenwriter. His poems became and remain very popular in the French-speaking world, particularly in schools. Some of the movies he wrote are extremely well-regarded, with Les Enfants du Paradis considered one of the greatest films of all time.
Prévert was born at Neuilly-sur-Seine and grew up in Paris. After receiving his Certificat d'études upon completing his primary education, he quit school and went to work in Le Bon Marché, a major department store in Paris. Called up for military service in 1918, after the war, he was sent to the Near East to defend French interests there.

GraveHe died in Omonville-la-Petite, on 11 April 1977. He had been working on the last scene of the animated movie Le Roi et l'oiseau (The King and the Mockingbird) with his friend and collaborator Paul Grimault. When the film was released in 1980, it was dedicated to Prévert's memory, and on opening night, Grimault kept the seat next to him empty.

Prévert participated actively in the Surrealist movement. Together with the writer Raymond Queneau and artist Marcel Duchamp, he was a member of the Rue du Château group. He was also a member of the agitprop Groupe Octobre.

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Prévert's poems were collected and published in his books: Paroles (Words) (1946), Spectacle (1951), La Pluie et le beau temps (Rain and Good Weather) (1955), Histoires (Stories) (1963), Fatras (1971) and Choses et autres (Things and Others) (1973).

His poems are often about life in Paris and life after the Second World War. They are widely taught in schools in France and frequently appear in French language textbooks throughout the world.

Some of Prévert's poems, such as "Les Feuilles mortes" (Autumn Leaves), were set to music by Joseph Kosma, Germaine Tailleferre of Les six, Christiane Verger and Hanns Eisler. They have been sung by prominent 20th century French vocalists, including Yves Montand and Édith Piaf, as well as by the later American singers Joan Baez and Nat King Cole. In 1961, French singer-songwriter Serge Gainsbourg paid tribute to "Les feuilles mortes" in his own song "La chanson de Prévert."

The British remix DJs Coldcut released their own version in 1993. A German version has been published and covered by Didier Caesar (alias Dieter Kaiser), which he named "Das welke Laub".

Books

Paroles (1946)
Le Petit Lion, illustrated by Ylla (1947, reprinted 1984)
Contes pour enfants pas sages (Tales for naughty children) (1947)
Des Bêtes, illustrated by Ylla (1950, reprinted 1984)
Spectacle (1951)
Grand bal du printemps, with photographs by Izis Bidermanas (1951)
Lettre des îles Baladar (Letter from the Baladar Islands) (1952)
Tour de chant (1953)
La pluie et le beau temps (Rain and sunshine) (1955)
Histoires (1963) (Stories)
Le Cirque d'Izis, with photographs by Izis Bidermanas and original artwork by Marc Chagall (André Sauret, 1965)
Fatras (1966)
Charmes de Londres, with photographs by Izis Bidermanas (Editions de Monza, 1999)

Selected filmography

Prévert wrote the scenarios and sometimes the dialogue in the following films:

Le Crime de monsieur Lange (1935)
Drôle de drame (1937)
Quai des brumes (1938)
Les Disparus de Saint-Agil (1938)
Le Jour se lève (1939)
Remorques (1941)
Les Visiteurs du soir (1942)
Les Enfants du paradis (1945)
Les Portes de la nuit (1945)
Le Petit Soldat (The Little Soldier) (short animated film, 1947), with Paul Grimault, after The Steadfast Tin Soldier by Hans Christian Andersen
La Bergère et le ramoneur (The Shepherdess and the Chimney Sweep) (animated film, 1953), with Paul Grimault after tale by Hans Christian Andersen, later revised and finished as Le Roi et l'oiseau
Le Petit Claus et le Grand Claus, by Pierre Prévert, after the tale Little Claus and Big Claus by Hans Christian Andersen (live action and animation, 1964)
Le diamant (The diamond) (short animated film, 1970), with Paul Grimault, complement to L'Aveu of Costa-Gavras
Le Chien mélomane (The Music-Loving Dog) (short animated film, 1973), with Paul Grimault
Le Roi et l'oiseau (animated film, 1980), with Paul Grimault


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