Album de La Pléiade - List of The Albums (1960-2011)

List of The Albums (1960-2011)

Here is a list of the Album de la Pléiade.

  • 1960 - Dictionary of the authors of the Pléiade, considered as the precursor to the albums.
  • 1961 - Poètes du XVIème siècle, a 33 rpm record containing poems by 16th century poets read by renowned actors (the best-known being María Casares) and accompanied by a booklet in Pléiade format containing all featured poems
  1. 1962 - Honoré de Balzac
  2. 1963 - Émile Zola
  3. 1964 - Victor Hugo
  4. 1965 - Marcel Proust
  5. 1966 - Stendhal
  6. 1967 - Arthur Rimbaud
  7. 1968 - Paul Éluard
  8. 1969 - Saint-Simon
  9. 1970 - Classical theater
  10. 1971 - Guillaume Apollinaire
  11. 1972 - Gustave Flaubert
  12. 1973 - George Sand
  13. 1974 - Charles Baudelaire
  14. 1975 - Fyodor Dostoevsky
  15. 1976 - Jean-Jacques Rousseau
  16. 1977 - Louis-Ferdinand Céline
  17. 1978 - Blaise Pascal
  18. 1979 - Henry de Montherlant
  19. 1980 - Jean Giono
  20. 1981 - Paul Verlaine
  21. 1982 - Albert Camus
  22. 1983 - Voltaire
  23. 1984 - Colette
  24. 1985 - André Gide
  25. 1986 - André Malraux
  26. 1987 - Guy de Maupassant
  27. 1988 - François-René de Chateaubriand
  28. 1989 - The writers of the French Revolution
  29. 1990 - Lewis Carroll
  30. 1991 - Jean-Paul Sartre
  31. 1992 - Jacques Prévert
  32. 1993 - Gérard de Nerval
  33. 1994 - Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
  34. 1995 - William Faulkner
  35. 1996 - Oscar Wilde
  36. 1997 - Louis Aragon
  37. 1998 - Julien Green
  38. 1999 - Jorge Luis Borges
  39. 2000 - NRF
  40. 2001 - Marcel Aymé
  41. 2002 - Raymond Queneau
  42. 2003 - Georges Simenon
  43. 2004 - Denis Diderot
  44. 2005 - The Book of One Thousand and One Nights
  45. 2006 - Jean Cocteau
  46. 2007 - Montaigne
  47. 2008 - André Breton
  48. 2009 - Holy Grail
  49. 2010 - Molière
  50. 2011 - Paul Claudel

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