Gilles

(from the article `French literature`) But it fell to another future collaborator, Pierre-Eugène Drieu La Rochelle, himself converted to fascism, to write expressly in Gilles (1939) the ...
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Gilles

(from the article `Watteau, Antoine`) Hardly a year later, in 1720, Watteau was back in France. In only eight days he painted the now-famous signboard for the shop of his art dealer ...
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Gilles

Gilles is a French boy name. The meaning of the name is `Young Goat` Where is it used? The name Gilles is mainly used In French.How do they say it elsewhere? Gil ( In Spanish, Portuguese and In English) Egidio ( In Italian) Gyles ( In English) Giles ( In English) Gillis ( In Dutch) The name Gilles doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common n...
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Gilles

The Gilles are the oldest and principal participants in the Carnival of Binche in Belgium. They go out on Shrove Tuesday from 4AM until late hours and dance to traditional songs. Other cities, such as Nivelles, have a tradition of Gilles at carnival, but the Carnival of Binche is by far the most famous. In 2003, the Carnival of Binche was proclaim...
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Gilles

[stock character] Gilles (ʒil)—sometimes Gille—is a stock character of French farce and Commedia dell`Arte. He enjoyed his greatest vogue in 18th-century France, in entertainments both at the fairgrounds of the capital and in private and public theaters, though his origins can be traced back to the 17th century and, possibly, the centu...
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