194 Review Articles / Historical Materialism 15 (2007) 173–232 La Révolution rêvée: Pour une histoire des intellectuels et des œuvres révolutionnaires 1944– 1956 , Michel Surya, Paris: Fayard, 2004 Th e years immediately following the Liberation of France in 1944 saw an intense ferment in the ﬁ eld of ideas. Th is was not simply a result of the ending of the controls and censorship imposed by the Nazi occupiers and their French allies. Th ere was a much deeper recognition that there could be no simple return to the prewar situation, and that the Resistance had created the potential for a throughgoing transformation of French society. Th e mood was summed up in the slogan of the Resistance newspaper edited by Albert Camus, Combat : ‘From Resistance to Revolution’. To modern readers, it might seem that a time when intellectuals openly recognised their social responsibility, and the interconnections between literature and politics were widely discussed, was a golden age. As this book shows, things were not quite so simple. Michel Surya – editor of the review Lignes and author of a major study of Georges Bataille – has attempted to recreate the intellectual climate of these years
Historical Materialism – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2007
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