BiographyBy family tradition, Maurice Grevisse is had a presentiment of to take again the paternal forging mill. But very quickly, he affirms his will to become Instituteur. He thus enters to the teacher training school of Carlsbourg, where he receives his diploma for the occupation of teacher in 1915. He is registered then at the teacher training school of Malonne and becomes literary regent. He occupies then a post of professor of French at the School of the Pupils of the army of Marneffe. During this period, he learns only the Latin and the Greek . While continuing its career, it follows traditional courses of Philologie to the Université of Liege. In 1925, it receives the title of “doctor of traditional philology”. It becomes in 1927 professor at the royal School of the juniors with Namur.
Teacher, then professor, it realizes that the existing Grammaire S do not meet the need for its teaching, it takes again his annotations in a new concept which it entitles the Good use .
Many editors of reputation refuse his manuscript, it is finally a modest editor of Gembloux which publishes it in 1936. The house Duculot was launched, and the success of the work was never contradicted even during the Second world war. André Gide will quote the Good use like best the Grammaire of French language at its time.
Maurice Grevisse was appointed officer of the Légion of honor in 1971. Of 1967 to its death, it sat at the International counsel of the French language. The Institut Jules Destrée following voted by political personalities and academic classified it among the Hundred Walloons of the century .
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