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French culture since 1945

Author: Malcolm Cook
Publisher: London ; New York : Longman, 1993.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Covers French cultural developments since World War II. Amongst the areas covered in this text are: literature; the theatre; French cinema; sport in France; the media; food and wine; popular music;  Read more...

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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
French culture since 1945.
London ; New York : Longman, 1993
(OCoLC)624395684
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Malcolm Cook
ISBN: 0582088062 9780582088061
OCLC Number: 26354187
Description: viii, 327 pages : illustrations, map ; 22 cm
Contents: Part 1 The arts: literature, Rachel Edwards; literature engagee; the Hussards; the "mode retro"; criticism; the Nouveau Roman; women writers; a return to myth; beur fiction; poetry; the theatre, Martin Sorrell; from thelate 19th to the mid-20th century; the theatre of the absurd - and the example of Rene de Obaldia; Jean Genet - Anton Artaud; Bertolt Brecht; decentralization; total theatre - Jean-Louse Barrault; collective creation; Jerome Savary and le grand magic circus; Ariane Mnouchkine and le theatre du soleil; the dominance of the director; Peter Brook; the re-emergence of the playwright; French cinema since 1945, Keith Reader; the beginnings; the old and the new; the new wave; Godard and others; women directors; the return of quality; "Forum des Halles" cinema; conserving the cultural heritage of historic buildings and towns in France since 1945. Part 2 Popular culture: sport in France, A Greaves; preamble - sports, games and pastimes; administration; participation - the "gout de spectacle", media influence; recent trends; physical education in schoos and the "Associations sportives"; physical education teachers - training, equipment status; the media, Alan Pedley; the decline of the Parisian daily press; finance, production and distribution; the Paris dailies; radio; television from state monopoly to privatization; the rise of Frenc television; advertizing and quotas; from TFI to culture; cable and satellite; television - monster or panacea; food and wine, Stephen Mennell; the historical sociology of French haute cuisine; nouvelle cuisine; gastronomes and the gastronomic public; domestic cookery; conclusion; popular music, G.Poulet. Part 3 Cultural debates: Paris versus the provinces - cultural decentralization since 1945; gender issues; historical and social landmarks; femmes, vous lui devez tout!; women and language - the quest for a language autre; conclusion; the French language since 1945, D.A.Trotter.
Responsibility: edited by Malcom Cook.

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