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By Anne Bervas-Leroux

Au cœur des années noires de l. a. Seconde Guerre mondiale et de l'Occupation, des voix - souvent clandestines - s'élevèrent pour proclamer leur foi en l. a. liberté. Célèbres ou anonymes, des poètes ont prêté leur plume à l. a. Résistance, se faisant les porte-parole des opprimés et des persécutés, et risquant leur vie à travers cet engagement. Le file suggest une réflexion sur l. a. littérature engagée à partir de textes de Missak Manouchian, Louis Aragon, Jorge Semprun et Benjamin Péret. Il fournit une examine détaillée des outils stylistiques de l. a. " poésie de contrebande ".

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