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The author of the book: Lucien Rebatet
Edition: Le Dilettante
Date of issue: May 29th 2012
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Language: English
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L'homme incarcéré à Fresnes après la Libération pour intelligence avec l'ennemi n'est plus l'auteur adulé des Décombres. En pleine déroute, Rebatet, polémiste antiparlementaire, antibourgeois et antisémite qu'il était depuis 1935, n'aspire plus qu'au roman. En prison, il lit beaucoup et écrit à son confident épistolaire Roland Cailleux, qui l'incite à terminer Les deux étendards. Ce roman cristallise tout l'enjeu de la correspondance ; son aboutissement occulte très vite toute autre préoccupation. Et l'incertitude sur le temps qui lui reste à vivre en prison, si elle le stimule jusqu'à sa condamnation à mort, puis jusqu'à sa grâce, devient intolérable dès qu'il se sait sauvé.


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Ebook Lettres de prison read Online! Lucien Romain Rebatet is a French author and journalist. He began his writer career as a music and film critic for the far right newspaper "Action Française", before writing for the right-wing newspaper "Je suis partout", where he expressed his sympathy for National Socialism.
During World War II, Lucien Rebatet became a radio reporter for the Vichy Government and a journalist for "Cri du Peuple", and thus clearly collaborated. He wrote in 1942 a pamphlet entitled "Les Décombres" ("The Ruins") and begun writing "Les Deux Etendards" ("The Two Standards"), that he continued at Sigmaringen, where he had fled as well as Louis-Ferdinand Céline or the Vichy authorities. In 1945, Rebatet was arrested in Austria and sent back to France. There, he has been condemned to forced labor. He then finished "Les Deux Etendards" in jail in 1951, and was released from prison one year later. He returned to journalism in 1953, and his second novel, "Les Epis Mûrs" ("The Ripe Grains"), was published in 1954.
He also wrote in 1969 "An History of Music" which is his less polemical work, but contains nonetheless traces of his opinion.

In spite of his fascist ideas, Lucien Rebatet is sometimes considered to be an important author whose masterpiece is "Les Deux Etendards".


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One breath reads!

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FRANKIE

Why is she out! It must be endless!

DAISY

Why do I need to drive a phone number?




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