La Beat Generation en France : importation, traduction et édition

Abstract : In the early sixties, Beat Generation writers chose to retreat in France, where they could be inspired to create. It seems they considered Paris to be a welcoming city, a place where they could be part of a literary and editorial field more easily than in their home country, thanks to several factors: an ideal political context, a strong literary recognition quite unique to Paris, and eminent discoverers and representation of literary works (publishers, critics, translators, etc.). This Master’s thesis analyzes the causes and the conditions behind the Beats’ expatriation to France and the people who played a role in their great reception.
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Lucie Malagnat. La Beat Generation en France : importation, traduction et édition. Héritage culturel et muséologie. 2017. ⟨dumas-01903782⟩

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