Lewis Galantière

Lewis Galantière

Fellow: Awarded 1940
Field of Study: German and East European History

Competition: US & Canada

As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1939–40:

GALANTIÈRE, LEWIS:  Appointed for the writing of an essay on the character of the German people based on an analytical study of German philosophical philosophy; tenure, twelve months from April 15, 1940.

Publications:  France is Full of Frenchmen, 1927. Editor and translator of The Goncourt Journals, 1851–1870, 1937; translator of The Grand Ecart, 1925; Thomas the Imposter, 1925; Dream of a Woman, 1927; The Stupid XIXth Century, 1927; Nothing But the Earth, 1927; The Last Salon, 1927; World’s Ends, 1927; Victor Hugo, 1928; Napoleon, 1930; The Family, 1930; Excursion to Tilsit, 1930; Aphrodite, 1933; If Memory Serves, 1935; An Actor Named Molière, 1937; Wind, Sand and Stars, 1939. Articles and reviews in New Republic, Nation, Yale Review, Dial, Hound & Horn, New York Herald Tribune.

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