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By Tara Forrest

ISBN-10: 9089642722

ISBN-13: 9789089642721

Alexander Kluge is healthier often called a founding member of the recent German Cinema. His paintings, despite the fact that, spans a various diversity of fields and, during the last fifty years, he has been energetic as a filmmaker, author and tv manufacturer. This e-book - the 1st of its type in English - contains a big variety of texts, together with articles and tales through Kluge, tv transcripts, serious essays by way of well known foreign students, and interviews with Kluge himself. it is going to be a precious source for college kids and students within the fields of movie, tv, and literary experiences, in addition to these drawn to exploring the intersections among paintings, politics, and social switch.

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Ils demeurent, quoi qu’ils fassent, écrasés par la vie sociale et le poids du destin. Timar est broyé par l’Afrique, Adil bey est empoisonné par Batoum, Dupuche s’enlise au Panama, Donadieu se délite à Tahiti, tout comme Mittel s’y était consumé ; même le solide bon sens de Graux a fort à faire pour ne pas sombrer, au cœur de son domaine congolais ; et sur les huit habitants de l’île de Floreana, adeptes du retour à la nature, quatre survivent, deux meurent dans des circonstances atroces et deux disparaissent.

L’heure du Nègre » est-il, dans l’acception large du terme, un texte ethnographique ? On peut en douter si l’on considère la vision donnée du monde indigène : Simenon fait très peu de place aux contacts directs qu’il a pu avoir avec les Africains ; tout ce qui se rapporte à la réalité noire semble fait de discours rapportés, d’emprunts ou d’anecdotes de seconde main. Entre le reporter et les indigènes, tout se passe comme si un écran transparent s’interposait, qui laisse place à l’observation distante, mais jamais à la communication.

Quand vous évoquez la compassion, vous songez à celle qu’éprouve le narrateur ou à celle que ressent tel ou tel personnage, comme par exemple Maigret ? J. D.  : Je pense à la compassion de l’auteur. L’écrivain indique au lecteur qu’il n’y a pas de raison de mépriser les personnages. L.  : Pourtant, les personnages sont la plupart du temps assez médiocres… J. D.  : Peu importe. Ils sont médiocres, ordinaires, ou, pour parler comme François Hollande, ils sont normaux. Ils sont comme chacun de nous, mais ils ne sont pas méprisés.

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