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André Paul Guillaume Gide (22 November 1869 - 19 February 1951) was a French writer and winner of the Nobel Prize for Knowledge in 1947 "for his extensive and artistic writing, in which there are human problems and situations presented by true love without fear and understanding. deep in thought ". Gideon's work differs from the beginning of the strikers' movement, the arrival of anticolonism between the two World Wars. Known for his mythology and his secular career, Gideon reveals a view of conflict and reconciliation at the end of both sides of his personality, separated by little education and subtle behavior. Gideon’s work can be seen as an investigation of freedom and power struggles in spite of moral and moral barriers, and focuses on his ongoing effort to gain mental integrity. Her self-examination texts show her search for how to be completely self-absorbed, to the point of being sexually active, without showing off her values. His political career was marked by the same ethos, as evidenced by his return to communism after the 1936 trip to the USSR.