LE REFUS D’HERITAGE CHEZ ALAIN-FOURNIER
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Alain-Fournier is often referred to for his «Frenchness» and his work is twisted together with a national celebration where the joint virtues of the Republican school and a certain Catholic zeal meet; his death would add up to the myth and would make of him, including in the writings of J. Benda, a hero, a martyr and a «spiritual son of Péguy», and his blood flowed out is strengthening community ties. The work itself depicts the unmoving territory of the «centre» and the school, between farm and palace, and finds its place within the stratification of the «deepest France».
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