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Jean Luchaire et la revue "Notre temps" (1927-1940)

Abstract : This dissertation focuses on a tight content analysis of Notre Temps (1927-1940). The journal then held a key position within the "realistic" pole among the up-and-coming generation of the thirties. It took part in many debates during the inter-war period, including those on the State reform, the support for the League of Nations, the Franco-German relations, and the European project in the wake of Aristide Briand. The underlying pacifism of the the journal shows multiple facets. Whether ideological, legal or circumstantial, this attitude gives rise to divergent interpretations. The dissertation also follows the life course of Jean Luchaire, the journal's director, before and after the existence of the periodical. It also discusses the shared perceptions of many intellectuals in the immediate post-war period, namely from 1919. The latter contribute to the birth of an editorial endeavor which intended to represent the "new generation".
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Jean - René Maillot. Jean Luchaire et la revue "Notre temps" (1927-1940). Histoire. Université de Lorraine, 2012. Français. ⟨NNT : 2012LORR0402⟩. ⟨tel-01749785⟩



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