5 edition of French Writers and the Politics of Complicity found in the catalog.
December 20, 2005
by The Johns Hopkins University Press
Written in English
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Focusing on the political commitments of three French writers who collaborated with the Vichy Regime and Nazi Germany during World War II, and on those of three leading French intellectuals of the s whose misplaced political idealism led them to support xenophobic, authoritarian regimes and dangerous historical French Writers and the Politics of Complicity book, Richard J.
Golsan reexamines the notion of political. First, Golsan’s focus on the complicity of the s writers with anti-democratic politics implies that supporting democratic politics would be a safer bet, yet even the most cursory glance at history—and current events—shows that democratic politics can also lead to human rights abuses, the death of innocent civilians and violation of Author: Stephanie Hare-Cuming.
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Each of the six case studies of Montherlant, de Châteaubriant, Giono, Debray, Finkielkraut, and Courtois raises a different set of questions, providing a wide-ranging view of French cultural.
Golsan, Richard J. French Writers and the Politics of Complicity. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, Pp. In a thought-provoking and well-researched new book, Richard Golsan explores the politics of complicity in two heterogeneous groups of French writers.
Focusing on the s and the s, Golsan analyzes problematic stances taken by select intellectuals in highly. The Hardcover of the French Writers and the Politics of Complicity: Crises of Democracy in the s and s by Richard J.
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French Writers and the Politics of Complicity: Crisis of Democracy in the s and s, by Richard J. Golsan. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, pp. $ Richard Golsan's book presents an intriguing contribution to the ongoing debates on the past and the present state of the French Republic of Letters.
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Richard J. Golsan — Literary Criticism. Focusing on the political commitments of three French writers who collaborated with the Vichy Regime and Nazi Germany during World War. Recent publications include French Writers and the Politics of Complicity (Johns Hopkins UP, ) as well as essays on American politics He received his BA in Geology and French from Washington and Lee University in and his PhD from UNC-Chapel Hill in /5.
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– Will's book, penetrating in its psychological, literary, and historical insights, will appeal especially to readers interested in literary modernism and its often disturbing political connections. Richard J. Golsan, author of French Writers and the Politics of Complicity: Crises of Democracy in the s and s An unlikely collaboration indeed.
His most recent book is French Writers and the Politics of Complicity (Johns Hopkins, ). Golsan served as a Visiting Professor at the University of Paris III-Sorbonne Nouvelle in. Get this from a library! Writing it twice: self-translation and the making of a world literature in French.
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The.Secondly, the book identifies and aims to redress an imbalance in twentieth-century French Studies that has consisted of overemphasizing the Extreme Right and the Vichy period (about which Sobanet has also written), leaving the complicity of cultural figures with Far Left ideologies and historical atrocities insufficiently probed.African Women Writers and the Politics of Gender 3 dynasties, and Aoua Keita, a Bamana-born woman who led a resistance movement for the independence of French Equatorial AfricaAs Deirdre LaPin notes, in Aoua Keita’s autobiography, Femme d’Afrique, Keita attributes her moral strength and forcefulness to the lessons she learned.