FRENCH STUDIES: THE TWENTIETH CENTURY 1900-45

FRENCH STUDIES: THE TWENTIETH CENTURY 1900-45 French Studies 21 THE TWENTIETH CENTURY 1900-45 By A. B. DUNCAN , Lecturer in French in the University of Stirling I • ESSAYs, STUDIES A. Angles, 'Quelques lectures du premier groupe de La Nouvelle Revue Francoise (1909- 19I 4)', Esprit, 44: 77-93, offers, in advance of the promised publ. of his thesis, a rapid survey of the kinds of texts publ. by the early NRF and of the un­ systematic way in which they were selected; refs to Cocteau, Fournier and Proust. A. Berge, *Reminiscences. Souvenirs de ma premiere vie, Emile-Paul, has refs to Gide, Mauriac and Valery. In ' Fr a n cois Mauriac et Andre Maurois: une amitie litteraire', RDM, no. 5:314-24, M. Dumoncel retraces the long friendship between the two authors with the help of quotations from their letters, arts and books. S. Fauchereau, *Expressionnisme, Dada, surrialisme et autres ismes, 1. Domaine etranger, 2. Domaine francais, Denoel, 272 pp. and 288 pp. L. M. Fiedler, 'Dada und der Weltkrieg. Aspekte der Entstehung einer internationalen Bewegung in Literatur und Kunst', Arc, I I : 225-37, surveys the characteristic features of International Dada and argues, with refs to Tzara and Breton, that its ideology, defined as 'eine Politi http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

FRENCH STUDIES: THE TWENTIETH CENTURY 1900-45

Mar 13, 1977

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Copyright © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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0084-4152
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French Studies 21 THE TWENTIETH CENTURY 1900-45 By A. B. DUNCAN , Lecturer in French in the University of Stirling I • ESSAYs, STUDIES A. Angles, 'Quelques lectures du premier groupe de La Nouvelle Revue Francoise (1909- 19I 4)', Esprit, 44: 77-93, offers, in advance of the promised publ. of his thesis, a rapid survey of the kinds of texts publ. by the early NRF and of the un­ systematic way in which they were selected; refs to Cocteau, Fournier and Proust. A. Berge, *Reminiscences. Souvenirs de ma premiere vie, Emile-Paul, has refs to Gide, Mauriac and Valery. In ' Fr a n cois Mauriac et Andre Maurois: une amitie litteraire', RDM, no. 5:314-24, M. Dumoncel retraces the long friendship between the two authors with the help of quotations from their letters, arts and books. S. Fauchereau, *Expressionnisme, Dada, surrialisme et autres ismes, 1. Domaine etranger, 2. Domaine francais, Denoel, 272 pp. and 288 pp. L. M. Fiedler, 'Dada und der Weltkrieg. Aspekte der Entstehung einer internationalen Bewegung in Literatur und Kunst', Arc, I I : 225-37, surveys the characteristic features of International Dada and argues, with refs to Tzara and Breton, that its ideology, defined as 'eine Politi

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