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Charles Ferdinand Ramuz (September 24, 1878May 23, 1947) was a French-speaking Swissmarker writer.

He was born in Lausannemarker in the canton of Vaudmarker and educated at the University of Lausannemarker. He taught briefly in nearby Aubonnemarker, and then in Weimarmarker, Germany. In 1903, he left for Parismarker and remained there until World War I, with frequent trips home to Switzerland. In 1903, he published Le petit village, a collection of poems.

In 1914, he returned to Switzerland, where he lived a retired life devoted to his writing.

He wrote the libretto for Igor Stravinsky's Histoire du soldat.

He died in Pullymarker, near Lausanne in the year 1947. His likeness and an artistic impression of his works appear on the 200 Swiss franc note (in current use).
Two hundred Swiss francs, with the portrait of C.F.
Ramuz on the front.


The Fondation C.F. Ramuz in Pully awards the Grand Prix C.F. Ramuz.

Works

  • Le petit village (1903)
  • Aline (1905)
  • Jean-Luc persécuté (1909)
  • Aimé Pache, peintre vaudois (1911)
  • Vie de Samuel Belet (1913)
  • Raison d'être (1914)
  • Le règne de l'esprit malin (1917)
  • La guérison des malades (1917)
  • Les signes parmi nous (1919)
  • Salutation paysanne (1919)
  • Terre du ciel (1921)
  • Présence de la mort (1922)
  • La séparation des races (1922)
  • Passage du poète (1923)
  • L'amour du monde (1925)
  • La grande peur dans la montagne (1926)
  • La beauté sur la terre (1927)
  • Adam et Eve (1932)
  • Derborence (1934)
  • Questions (1935)
  • Le garçon savoyard (1936)
  • Taille de l'homme (1937)
  • Besoin de grandeur (1937)
  • Si le soleil ne revenait pas... (1937)
  • Paris, notes d'un vaudois (1938)
  • Découverte du monde (1939)
  • La guerre aux papiers (1942)
  • René Auberjonois (1943)
  • Nouvelles (1944)


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