Autour De La Lettre Aux Directeurs De La Resistance

Autour De La Lettre Aux Directeurs De La Resistance

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Jean Paulhan's Lettre aux directeurs de la Resistance was an important and contentious statement about the influence of communism in intellectual and literary circles. On publication in 1952, the pamphlet revived debates over collaboration with the Nazi authorities that had dominated French society since the Liberation, and that still have important echoes today.









In this new edition, John Flower provides a full contextualising introduction. He also examines Paulhan's evolution during the period and assesses his postion alongside that of other key figures: in particular Mauriac and Camus. The volume makes an important contribution to our understanding of this turbulent period and provides a documentary history of the post-war political and literary debates in Paris.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 192 pages
  • 147.32 x 223.52 x 12.7mm | 294.84g
  • Exeter, United Kingdom
  • French
  • 0859897249
  • 9780859897242

Table of contents

Avant-propos


Introduction: Un debat intellectuel 1944-52 - vengeance, compromis ou pardon?


Manuscrit de la page de titre


Lettre aux directeurs de la resistance, 1952, 41


Les cinq 'lettres ouvertes' aux membres du Comite national des ecrivains, 1947


Selection des principales reactions a la publication de la Lettre


1. Louis Martin-Chauffier


2. Raymond Lindon


3. Elsa Triolet


4. Roger Stephane


5. Jean Paulhan a Claude Bourdet


6. Combat


7. Jean Paulhan a Louis Martin-Chauffier


8. Louis Martin-Chauffier


9. Jean Chauveau


10. Jean Paulhan a Claude Mauriac


11. Gabriel Marcel


12. Roger Caillois


13. Jean Paulhan a Jean Chauveau


ANNEXES; I. 'L'adresse aux Messieurs les Presidents des cours de justice' de Servus Juris (Michel Brille), 1948


II. (a) Petition aux deux chambres, 1816


(b) 'Lettres a Messieurs de l'Academie des inscriptions et belles-lettres'. de Paul-Louis Courier. 1819.
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About Jean Paulhan

John Flower is Professor of French, University of Kent at Canterbury. He is General Editor of the Journal of European Studies. His many publications include Francois Mauriac-Jean Paulhan: Correspondance, 1925-1967 (Paris, 2001); Francois Mauriac: Psycholectures/Psychoreadings (University of Exeter Press, 1995); Pierre Courtade : The Making of a Party Scribe (Berg, 1995).
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