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[EAN: 9780674212718], Neubuch, [PU: HARVARD UNIVERSITY PRESS, United States], Literary Criticism|European|French, Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. They were not the Banquet Years , those anxious wartime years when poets and novelists were made to feel embarrassed by their impulse to write literature. And yet it was the attitude of those writers and critics in the 1930s and 1940s that shaped French literature - the ideas of Derrida, Foucault, de Man, Deleuze, and Ricoeur - and has so influenced literary enterprise in the English-speaking world since 1968. This literary history, the prehistory of postmodernism, is what Denis Hollier recovers in his interlocking studies of the main figures of French literary life before the age of anxiety gave way to the era of existentialist commitment. Georges Bataille, Michel Leiris, Roger Cailois, Andre Malraux and the early Jean-Paul Sartre are the figures Hollier considers, writers torn between politics and the pleasures of the text. They appear here balancing the influences of the philosopher and the man of action. These studies aim to convey the paradoxical heroism of writers fighting for a world that would extend no rights or privileges to writers, writing for a world in which literature would become a reprehensible frivolity. If the 19th century was that of the consecration of the writer, this was the time for their sacrificial death, and Hollier captures the comical pathos of these writers pursuing the ideal of engagement through an exercise in dispossession. His work identifies the master plot for literature that was crafted in the 1940s, a plot in which we are still very much entangled.

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They were not the "Banquet Years," those anxious wartime years when poets and novelists were made to feel embarrassed by their impulse to write literature. And yet it was the attitude of those writers and critics in the 1930s and 1940s that shaped French literature--the ideas of Derrida, Foucault, de Man, Deleuze, and Ricoeur--and has so profoundly influenced literary enterprise in the English-speaking world since 1968. This literary history, the prehistory of postmodernism, is what Denis Hollier recovers in his interlocking studies of the main figures of French literary life before the age of anxiety gave way to the era of existentialist commitment. Georges Bataille, Michel Leiris, Roger Caillois, Andre Malraux, the early Jean-Paul Sartre are the figures Hollier considers, writers torn between politics and the pleasures of the text. They appear here uneasily balancing the influences of the philosopher and the man of action. These studies convey the paradoxical heroism of writers fighting for a world that would extend no rights or privileges to writers, writing for a world in which literature would become a reprehensible frivolity. If the nineteenth century was that of the consecration of the writer, this was the time for their sacrificial death, and Hollier captures the comical pathos of these writers pursuing the ideal of "engagement" through an exercise in dispossession. His work identifies, as none has before, the master plot for literature that was crafted in the 1940s, a plot in which we are still very much entangled. Absent Without Leave: French Literature Under the Threat of War Hollier, Denis / Porter, Catherine, Harvard University Press

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Absent without Leave: Paperback: Harvard University Press: 9780674212718: 31 Dec 1997: The aim of this book is to explore the French writers and critics of the 1930s and 1940s, who were to shape French literature. It studies the prehistory of postmodernism, looking at the main figures in French literature before the age of anxiety gave way to the era of existentialist commitment. They were not the "Banquet Years," those anxious wartime years when poets and novelists were made to feel embarrassed by their impulse to write literature. And yet it was the attitude of those writers and critics in the 1930s and 1940s that shaped French literature - the ideas of Derrida, Foucault, de Man, Deleuze, and Ricoeur - and has so profoundly influenced literary enterprise in the English-speaking world since 1968. This literary history, the prehistory of postmodernism, is what Denis Hollier recovers in his interlocking studies of the main figures of French literary life before the age of anxiety gave way to the era of existentialist commitment. George Bataille, Michel Leiris, Roger Caillois, Andre Malraux, the early Jean-Paul Sartre are the figures Hollier considers, writers torn between politics and the pleasures of the text. They appear here uneasily balancing the influences of the philosopher and the man of action. These studies convey the paradoxical heroism of writers fighting for a world that would extend no rights or privileges to writers, writing for a world in which literature would become a reprehensible frivolity. Literary Studies: From C 1900, , , , Absent without Leave, Denis Hollier, 9780674212718, Harvard University Press, , , , ,, [PU: Harvard University Press]

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Absent Without Leave: French Literature Under the Threat of War
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Hollier, Denis

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Absent Without Leave: French Literature Under the Threat of War

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0674212711

Georges Bataille, Michel Leiris, Roger Caillois, Andr&eacute; Malraux, the early Jean-Paul Sartre--these were writers torn between politics and the pleasures of the text, maturing in the 1930s and 1940s in a world that would have no place for literature. And yet it was the work of these writers that shaped French literature--influencing Derrida, Foucault, de Man, Deleuze, and Ricoeur--and so profoundly affected literary enterprise in the English-speaking world since 1968. This literary history, the prehistory of postmodernism, is what Hollier recovers in his interlocking studies of the main figures of French literary life before the age of anxiety gave way to the era of existentialist commitment.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780674212718
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0674212711
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Erscheinungsjahr: 1997
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Sprache: eng/Englisch

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