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Le Siecle de la presse (1830-1939) (review)

Le Siecle de la presse (1830-1939) (review) into cathedrals, and the analogy constructed between his own `impersonalized' voice and that of the forgotten alienated lives of factory workers "qui n'ont même pas fini là-dessous de purger quelle peine" (203). As with Rimbaud (but also Mallarmé's "Offices": "d'un gosier jeter aux voutes le répons") however, and beyond embodying the sublime material witness to mutilated and mutilating interstices, Réda's voice, in all its perambulations and soundings of Paris and poetry, also asks: What more ­ "quand on va se croyant seul à l'abri de la menace, un dimanche, sous le libre ciel" ­ what else? In its best moments, there are quite many, The Material, the Real, and the Fractured Self draws attention to this and other enduring questions. Charle, Christophe. Le Siècle de la presse (1830-1939). Paris: Seuil, 2004. Pp. 399. ISBN 2-02-036174-4 Guillaume Pinson, McGill University Le dernier ouvrage de Christophe Charle apparaîtra avant tout comme une solide synthèse, essentiellement fondée sur des sources secondaires, de l'histoire du long siècle de 1'age d'or de la presse, des décisifs bouleversements de la Presse de Girardin à la professionnalisation des journalistes, en passant par 1'éclatante suprématie médiatique des "quatre grands" de la Belle Époque (Le Journal, Le http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Nineteenth Century French Studies University of Nebraska Press

Le Siecle de la presse (1830-1939) (review)

Nineteenth Century French Studies , Volume 34 (1)

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into cathedrals, and the analogy constructed between his own `impersonalized' voice and that of the forgotten alienated lives of factory workers "qui n'ont même pas fini là-dessous de purger quelle peine" (203). As with Rimbaud (but also Mallarmé's "Offices": "d'un gosier jeter aux voutes le répons") however, and beyond embodying the sublime material witness to mutilated and mutilating interstices, Réda's voice, in all its perambulations and soundings of Paris and poetry, also asks: What more ­ "quand on va se croyant seul à l'abri de la menace, un dimanche, sous le libre ciel" ­ what else? In its best moments, there are quite many, The Material, the Real, and the Fractured Self draws attention to this and other enduring questions. Charle, Christophe. Le Siècle de la presse (1830-1939). Paris: Seuil, 2004. Pp. 399. ISBN 2-02-036174-4 Guillaume Pinson, McGill University Le dernier ouvrage de Christophe Charle apparaîtra avant tout comme une solide synthèse, essentiellement fondée sur des sources secondaires, de l'histoire du long siècle de 1'age d'or de la presse, des décisifs bouleversements de la Presse de Girardin à la professionnalisation des journalistes, en passant par 1'éclatante suprématie médiatique des "quatre grands" de la Belle Époque (Le Journal, Le

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