By Anne Berest
First released in France as Sagan 1954 by means of Éditions inventory, 2014
Before Françoise Sagan the literary icon there has been Françoise Quoirez, an eighteen-year-old Parisian woman, who wrote a novel.
This intimate narrative charts the months in 1954 major as much as the e-book of the mythical 'Bonjour Tristesse'. We stumble upon Françoise, her friends and family close-up, in a post-war international that's altering appreciably; and Mlle Quoirez, in her new guise of Françoise Sagan, should be on the middle of that social change.
Anne Berest used to be writing her 3rd novel whilst Sagan's son, Denis Westhoff, requested her to jot down a ebook to mark the 60th anniversary of the ebook of 'Bonjour Tristesse'.
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An expatriate Anglophone with socialist sympathies, he was attuned to key strains of antimilitarist ideology, which he effectively packaged and redeployed in fictional forms for English-speaking readers accustomed to seeing militarism as an essentially Continental phenomenon. The word “militarism” appears to have entered English a generation before Joyce used it in his tirade against the reluctant London printer. Coincidentally, it made its linguistic flight from the same political conflagration whose embers were still smoldering in 1904 when Joyce arrived in Trieste.
He relies upon a fairly reductive distinction between armed “glory” and martial “disease,” a binary that depends on no objective criteria, only whether the army in question belongs to one’s admired ally or sworn enemy. 5 Meanwhile, the medical metaphor establishes another deceptive quality of the term, one that distracts from Joyce and Ideas of Militarism · 25 the physical horrors of military culture by calling attention to its abstract notions of honor. The analogy assumes a clear contrast between a presumably admirable activity of the human spirit and a wretched condition of the human body.
His chapter “Militarism in England and Germany” deliberately brings together the two rivals who each regarded the other at the time as overtly militaristic and aggressive societies. The juxtaposition alone goes against the grain of the contemporary jingoism and sensationalist journalism that had already set England and Germany on a collision course toward war. Ferrero begins by addressing the widespread misperception among English readers of Prusso-Germany as the most bellicose nation in Europe.