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Rolland, Romain

Line breaks: Ro¦main Rol|land
Pronunciation: /ˈrɒlɒ̃
 
, ʀɔlɑ̃/

Definition of Rolland, Romain in English:

( 1866–1944), French novelist, dramatist, and essayist. His interest in genius led to a number of biographies, and ultimately to Jean-Christophe (1904–12), a cycle of ten novels about a German composer. Nobel Prize for Literature (1915).

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