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Henri-René Lenormand

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Henri-René Lenormand (3 May 1882 - 16 February 1951) was a French playwright. He was born on 3 May 1882 in Paris. His plays, steeped in symbolism, were recognized for their explorations of subconscious motivation, deeply reflecting the influence of the theories of Sigmund Freud.[1] He was the son of a composer, and was educated at the University of Paris.[2] Lenormand died on 16 February 1951 in Paris.


  • Le Cachet Rouge (1900)
  • La Grande Mort (1905)
  • Au Désert (1905)
  • Le Réveil de l'instinct (1908)
  • Les Possédés (1909)
  • Terres Chaudes (1913)
  • Les Ratés (1920)
  • Les Mangeurs de Rêves (1922)
  • Mixture (1927)
  • La Folle du Ciel (1936)
  • Les Pitoëff, souvenirs (1943)
  • Confessions d'un auter dramatique (1949)
  • Marguerite Jamois (1950)


  1. ^ "Columbia Encyclopedia: Henri-René Lenormand". Archived from the original on 2007-02-11. Retrieved 2007-05-25.
  2. ^ Encyclopædia Britannica: Henri-René Lenormand

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