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Albert Thibaudet (1 April 1874 in Tournus, Saône-et-Loire – 16 April 1936 in Geneva) was a French essayist and literary critic. A former student of Henri Bergson, he was a professor of Jean Rousset. He taught at the University of Geneva, and was the co-founder of the Geneva School of literary criticism. He was succeeded in his post by Marcel Raymond.

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Liu shuo wen xue pi ping / A'erbei Dibodai zhu ; Zhao Jian yi ; Guo Hong'an jiao
六说文学批评/ 阿尔贝蒂博代著;赵坚译;郭宏安校
Uniform title: Physiologie de la critique. Chinese
by Thibaudet, Albert, 1874-1936
Beijing : Sheng huo, du shu, xin zhi san lian shu dian, 1989
北京: 生活.讀書.新知三联书店, 1989
by Thibaudet, Albert, 1874-1936
[Paris] : Gallimard, 1963
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