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Charles Maurras's classicising aesthetics : an aestheticization of politics

Author: Gaetano DeLeonibus
Publisher: New York : P. Lang, ©2000.
Series: Currents in comparative Romance languages and literatures, v. 66.
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"Charles Maurras, founder of the Action Francaise, was a highly influential thinker in fin de siecle literary and political scenes, but has fallen out of favor among current academics due to his radical right-wing ideology. This study seeks to understand that ideology in terms of his aestheticization of politics, a driving principle behind Maurras, the person, the critic, and the storyteller. Originally formulated  Read more...
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DeLeonibus, Gaetano, 1953-
Charles Maurras's classicising aesthetics.
New York : P. Lang, c2000
(OCoLC)682230237
Named Person: Charles Maurras; Charles Maurras; Charles Maurras; Charles Maurras; Charles Maurras
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gaetano DeLeonibus
ISBN: 0820438782 9780820438788
OCLC Number: 40753084
Description: xvii, 162 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction: Classicising Aesthetics 1 --
Chapter I Maurras, The Person 23 --
Chapter II Maurras, The Critic 51 --
Chapter III Maurras, The Storyteller 99.
Series Title: Currents in comparative Romance languages and literatures, v. 66.
Responsibility: Gaetano DeLeonibus.

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"Charles Maurras, founder of the Action Francaise, was a highly influential thinker in fin de siecle literary and political scenes, but has fallen out of favor among current academics due to his radical right-wing ideology. This study seeks to understand that ideology in terms of his aestheticization of politics, a driving principle behind Maurras, the person, the critic, and the storyteller. Originally formulated in the early 1890s, Maurras's classicising aesthetics aims to reintegrate the ethical and political back into an organic whole, as represented by the classical and neo-classical traditions, and informs both his racist and nationalist discourses."--BOOK JACKET.

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