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The French author Anatole France (1844-1924) was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1921. He wrote mostly historical novels, like "Thaïs".
-- Ylva  2/10/2006
A character in Barbra Kingslover's book The Poisonwood Bible. The Russian nickname is Tolya or Tolyan. Tolya was the title character in the Russian movie Vor. ("Thief")
-- Dray  3/20/2006
Anatole Farnsworth; in Beth Killian's series The 310, Anatole Farnsworth is the deceased father of Eva Cordes.
-- dreadfulxsorry  1/16/2007
Anatole is the name of a French mouse in a series of children's books by Eve Titus.
-- wedward4  2/2/2015
A famous bearer of this name is Anatole Courbet (1827-1885) a French admiral who won a series of important land and naval victories during the Tonkin campaign (1883-1886) and the Sino-French War (1884-1885). Anatole Courbet was born in Abbeville (France) and died in Magong (Tawain) on his ship “Bayard”.
-- Maxine J. Rolland  1/3/2017

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