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Of all the books that should be in print, this shouldbe on the top adfn the list. Given his active participation in the anti-fascist movement, as well as his commitment to the republican cause of the Spanish Civil War, Nizan could not accept the party’s rapid shift against the popular front.
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Il est bref et efficace. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. Nizan also approached the priesthood as a young man but soon turned away from that decision. Preview — Aden, arabie by Paul Nizan.
Trivia About Aden, arabie. Go play, and don’t bother the grown-ups. It was a wonderful plan for making us forget about present evils and their remedies. In his various novels, Nizan explores modern alienation, as well as the situation of the radical petit-bourgeois milieu caught between contending class forces.
He did however, see, and understand the existing economic structure, and xden military that maintained it, and he did excoriate it.
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A young man tries to escape bourgeois life in France by traveling adden the Middle East, but finds oppression everywhere. He is a French youth, classically alienated -hum- from the society Nizan was born pauo a middle-class family, his father having worked in rail prior to the First World War. Views Read Edit View history. Shotaro Yoshioka rated it really liked it Dec 03, Paperbackpages. Aden, arabie by Paul Nizan.
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Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Nizan later took up a professorship teaching literature, during arsbia time he took on a reputation among students as an affable and relaxed professor, sometimes even offering his students cigarettes during class.
Judging by Sartres introduction, Nizan was a pretty depressing guy.
And given the time, it should be no surprise that he joined the Communist Party shortly after returning to France.