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L'Affaire Dominici: rural France, the State and the nation1

Atack, Margaret

French Cultural Studies, October 2001, Vol.12(36), pp.285-301 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    L'Affaire Dominici: rural France, the State and the nation1
  • Autor: Atack, Margaret
  • Assuntos: History & Archaeology
  • É parte de: French Cultural Studies, October 2001, Vol.12(36), pp.285-301
  • Descrição: 'L'affaire Dominici' remains one of the best known crimes of the 20C, thanks to the controversy surrounding Gaston Dominici's trial and conviction for murder committed in 1952. Roland Barthes devoted one of his 'mythologies' to the trial, and many of the protagonists later published their own versions of the events, which also became, in the 1970s, the subject of a film by Claude Bernard-Aubert, a play by Andre Benedetto, and a crime novel by Edouard Magne. Perceptions of rural France, and the discourses on the place and identity of the countryside in the nation, are crucial to the Affair. (Quotes from original text)
  • Idioma: Inglês

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