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À propos d’une note de Julien Benda sur Anthinéa de Charles Maurras : ivresse classique ou romantisme de la raison ?

Abstract : The French critic Julien Benda writes about the writer Charles Maurras that his attachment to classical reason is not rational but ‘romantic’. This study will establish whether he is right using Maurras’s book, Anthinéa, which was printed in 1901. The Australian critic Ivan Barko writes that this book is a ‘mystification of reason’. We will show that Maurras wants to create something both new and classical, thanks to his reinterpretation of classicism and romanticism. This book marks the beginning of a new esthetical movement, ‘La Renaissance classique’, which will continue to inspire André Gide and T.S. Eliot.
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Etienne Maignan. À propos d’une note de Julien Benda sur Anthinéa de Charles Maurras : ivresse classique ou romantisme de la raison ?. Autour de l'ivresse, Loren Gonzales; Marine Le Bail; Hannes de Vriese, Mar 2013, Toulouse, France. ⟨hal-01087718⟩

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