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Quelques remarques à propos du kitsch

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Paperback, 48 pages
Published August 27th 2001 by Allia
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Nicolas Baygert
Ce court essai (de 1955) révèle des accents ultra-contemporains tant l’argument développé Hermann Broch semble pertinent et immédiatement applicable à la sphère culturelle d’aujourd’hui.

Broch replace l’avènement du kitsch dans un contexte historique liée à la floraison du capitalisme industriel et à l’avènement d’une bourgeoisie avide de nouvelles normes éthiques. La frigidité puritaine d’une bourgeoise donnant naissance au romantisme exacerbé coupe ainsi avec le libertinage pratiqué jadis par l
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Broch was born in Vienna to a prosperous Jewish family and worked for some time in his family's factory in Teesdorf, though he maintained his literary interests privately. He attended a technical college for textile manufacture and a spinning and weaving college. Later, in 1927, he sold the textile factory and decided to study mathematics, philosophy and psychology at the University of Vienna.

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