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eBook Images of the Algerian War: French Fiction and Film, 1954-1992 download ISBN: 0198158750
Author: Philip Dine
Publisher: Clarendon Press; 1 edition (February 9, 1995)
Language: English
Pages: 280
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Home Browse Books Book details, Images of the Algerian War: French Fiction and. Images of the Algerian War: French Fiction and Film, 1954-1992. The memory of the Algerian war (1954-1962) continues to haunt French society.

The memory of the Algerian war (1954-1962) continues to haunt French society. Although part of a much wider process of decolonization, the conflict was so traumatic that it brought France to the verge of civil war.

Personal Name: Dine, Philip. All quotations in French are accompanied by English translations. Publication, Distribution, et. Oxford ; New York All quotations in French are accompanied by English translations. Geographic Name: Algeria History Revolution, 1954-1962 Literature and the revolution. Geographic Name: Algeria History Revolution, 1954-1962 Motion pictures and the revolution.

eds) The Algerian War and the French Army, 1954–62. Palgrave Macmillan, London.

Dine, Images of the Algerian War: French Fiction and Film, 1954–1992 (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1994), p. 13. oogle Scholar. 87. For a pioneering methodological approach on this issue see, N. Aggoun, ‘L’opinion publique algérienne du Chélif algérois à la veille de l’insurrection de 1954 par les sources orales ou la vision des colonisés’, in R. Goutalier (e., Mémoires de la colonisation: relations sés (Paris: L’Harmattan, 1994), pp. 35–47. eds) The Algerian War and the French Army, 1954–62. 1057/9780230500952 1.

erful reflection of some of the Algerian war novels which Dine discusses. But the lack of realism in these novels– written by conscripts in large measure, not members of elite combat units–is intriguing and disturbing. I would urge that part 3, Filming the War Without a Name, 1954-1992, which comprises only 17 pages of condensed, though highly astute analysis, be expanded by Professor Dine into a second book. Dine’s point that French film-makers have not ignored the Algerian war as much as Benjamin Stora, Pascal Ory, and I have indicated in some of our writings, is convincing.

Philip Dine's ground-breaking study examines the novels and films which .

Philip Dine's ground-breaking study examines the novels and films which deal with the war in an attempt to understand the lasting impact of the conflict. By locating texts within institutional and public discourses, it addresses issues of historical agency andideological dissemination and casts light on the mechanics of literary mystification.

Images of the Algerian War: French Fiction and Film, 1954-1992. Philip Dine's ground-breaking study examines the novels and films which deal with the war in an attempt to understand the lasting impact of the conflict. By locating texts within institutional and public discourses, it addresses issues of historical agency and ideological dissemination and casts light on the mechanics of literary mystification. Among the writers discussed are Camus, Etecherelli, Marie Cardinal, Genet, Millecam, Perec, and Jules Roy, and the book also explores the films of directors including Godard, Ophuls, Varda, Schoendorffer, Marker, Resnais, and Demy.

The Algerian War 1954-62 was one of the most prolonged and violent examples of decolonization. At times horribly savage, it was an undeclared war in the sense that no formal declaration of hostilities was ever made. Bringing to an end one hundred and thirty two years of French rule, the Algerian struggle caused the fall of six French prime ministers, the collapse of the Fourth Republic and expulsion of one million French settlers. The Algerian War 1954-62 was one of the most prolonged and violent examples of decolonization.

When the French returned to the north, incidents between French and VM troops were inevitable, negotiations collapsed and the French opted for a military solution. This book examines the history of the conflict and the forces of both sides. Скачать (pdf, . 3 Mb) Читать.

The memory of the Algerian war (1954-1962) continues to haunt French society. Although part of a much wider process of decolonization, the conflict was so traumatic that it brought France to the verge of civil war. Philip Dine has written the first full-length survey in any language of the French fiction and film generated by the war, ranging from the writings of Camus to the cinema of Godard, and from the 1950s to the 1990s. Writers discussed include Camus, Etecherelli, Marie Cardinal, Genet, Millecam, Perec, and Jules Roy. Filmmakers covered include Godard, Ophuls, Varda, Schoendorffer, Marker, Resnais, and Demy. All quotations in French are accompanied by English translations.