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J'ai cru au matin

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Pierre Daix, art historian, Picasso secretary, Résistant arrested by nazis and condamned to concentration camp (Matthausen).
Daix explain the reason of his rupture with communist after Ivan Dénissovitch. And the problem he had with french intelligentsia.
Paperback, 470 pages
Published 1976 by Robert Laffont
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Philippe Malzieu
Jul 30, 2014 Philippe Malzieu rated it it was amazing
Yesterday I heard France Culture, a cultural FM radio. The speaker (philosoph Michel Onfray)talked about french intelligentsia attitude before during and after WWII. It was fraightened. The majority of the french intelligentsia was before the war against democracy, during pétainist and pro-german and after stalinian.
And all that with this unbearable arrogance and this very French sermonizer dimensions of those which cannot be mistaken.
Sartre, Beauvoir, Clavel, Blanchot, Merleau-Ponty, Kojève...
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