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Too Much Gide

Douglas Johnson: French writers (1940-53), 15 November 2001

La Guerre des écrivains 1940-53 
by Gisèle Sapiro.
Fayard, 807 pp., frs 220, September 1999, 2 213 60211 5
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Correspondance: Marcel Arland – Jean Paulhan 1936-45 
edited by Jean-Jacques Didier.
Gallimard, 397 pp., frs 140, March 2000, 2 07 075789 7
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Dialogue des ‘vaincus’: Prison de Clairvaux, janvier-décembre 1950 
by Lucien Rebatet and Pierre-Antoine Cousteau, edited by Robert Belot.
Berg, 285 pp., frs 120, March 2000, 2 911289 22 6
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The Collaborator: The Trial and Execution of Robert Brasillach 
by Alice Kaplan.
Chicago, 320 pp., £9.50, December 2000, 0 226 42415 4
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... French literary life. What one might call his ‘availability’ comes out in his attitude towards Lucien Rebatet, one of the most notorious collaborators. Rebatet, rabidly anti-semitic, had been a journalist on Je suis partout before the war and wrote a bestseller during the Vichy years, Les Décombres. He was tried ...

Promenade Dora-Bruder

Adam Shatz: Patrick Modiano, 21 September 2016

So You Don’t Get Lost in the Neighbourhood 
by Patrick Modiano, translated by Euan Cameron.
MacLehose, 160 pp., £8.99, September 2016, 978 0 85705 499 9
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... Sachs’s work, along with the books of other collaborationist writers such as Brasillach, Lucien Rebatet, Drieu la Rochelle and Céline. These were books in which he found the figure of ‘the Jew’ is depicted as a ‘monster with claw-like hands and hooked nose’, a ‘creature corrupted by every vice, responsible for every evil and guilty of ...

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