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Placés sous le signe du temps qui passe, les poèmes d’Alcools récréent tout un monde : celui des lieux où son life a conduit leur auteur et dont ils entrecroisent les souvenirs, comme celui de ces grandes figures féminines qui ont traversé sa vie. Mais ils sont en même temps imprégnés d’une tradition à l. a. fois populaire et savante qui permet au poète de recueillir l’héritage du passé tout en s’ouvrant à l. a. modernité de los angeles vie ordinaire – les affiches ou bien les avions. On aurait ainsi tort de croire que ce recueil où s’inaugure l. a. poésie du XXe siècle soit, à sa parution en 1913, un livre de rupture. Nourri de poèmes anciens aussi bien que récents, le chant que font entendre ceux d’Apollinaire, à l’oralité si puissante, tire ses ressources du vers régulier comme du vers libre, et il ne s’agit pas pour le poète de céder au uncomplicated plaisir du nouveau : seule compte ici sa liberté et ce que lui dicte los angeles voix inimitable d’un lyrisme qui n’a pas cessé de nous toucher.

Édition présentée, annotée et commentée par Didier Alexandre. Chronologie de Laurence Campa.

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The Road contains such interviews with Reconstruction Crusade workers: the (unseen) friendly director-­ cameraman asks his questions using intimate forms of address, asking workers where they are from, what they are doing, why they are in the war, and how they are feeling about what they are doing. Invariably, the answers are couched in religious and ideological terms, suturing them to a collective identity with Shiite martyrs in the Karbala paradigm. Rarely do they speak in the personal terms of a modern individual.

The mcig and the fcf sent crews to the front, and the vvir created war units for its newscasts and documentary programs. Attempts were made to screen war films at the front. The 6 T he G lobalizi ng Era Table 1 Organizations contributing films to the Imposed War Film Festival, 1983 Producing Organization Voice and Vision (tv networks) Documentary Fiction 14 2 Armed Forces’ Ideological-Political Bureau 1 0 Islamic Propaganda Organization 2 0 Center for Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults 3 1 Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance 0 2 Islamic Center for Artistic and Cinematic Studies 0 2 Islamic Center for Amateur Filmmaking 0 2 Revolutionary Guards tv Unit 2 0 War Propaganda Organization 1 0 Islamic Art and Thought Bureau 1 0 Private Sector 0 2 24 11 Total Source: Adapted from Nuri and Ashuri 1983 mcig’s mobile film units showed shorts, documentaries, and features to the fighters.

The interviewer bids them farewell like a friend. ” As the camera passes, fighters and workers wave and smile, as though to a friend. Rituals of hospitality abound. When the crew had more time, as when filming the series Hand-­Picked by the Khans, crew members walked around town holding up cameras and tape recorders without filming, to acclimatize the population to the crew’s presence. This familiarity put the tribespeople at ease when they faced the cameras to recount the terrible things their leaders (khans) had allegedly done to them.

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