Vichy France and the resistance : culture & ideology / edited by Roderick Kedward and Roger Austin. - Totowa, NJ : Barnes & Noble, 1985. - 293 p. ; 23 cm.

Based on a conference held at the University of Sussex in Apr. 1984.

Includes bibliographies and index.

Preface / Roderick Kedward and Roger Austin -- Introduction: ideologies and ambiguities / Roderick Kedward -- Political surveillance and ideological control in Vichy France: a study of teachers in the Midi, 1940-1944 / Roger Austin -- Women and the national revolution / Mirand Pollard -- Manipulators of Vichy propaganda: a case study in personality / John Dixon -- Jews and Catholics / Louis Allen -- Saint-Exupery's Pilote de guerre: testimony, art and ideology / S. Beynon John -- The role of Joan of Arc on the stage of occupied Paris / Gabriel Jacobs -- Ambiguities in the film La Ciel est a vous / Jeanie Semple -- Catholicism under Vichy: a study in diversity and ambiguity / Bill Halls -- Uriage: the assault on a reputation / Brian Darling -- Uriage: the influence of context on content / Derek Robbins -- Emmanuel Mounier, Esprit and Vichy, 1940-1944: ideology and anti-ideology / John Wright -- The resistance experience: teaching and resources / Hilary Footitt and John Simmonds -- France, soil and language: some resistance poems by Luc Berimont and Jean Marcenac / Ian Higgins -- Les Cahiers du Silence / Ethel Tolansky -- The Maquis and the culture of the outlaw (with particular reference to the Cevennes) / Roderick Kedward -- Collaboration and literacy criticism: Ramon Fernandez's Barres / Bill Kidd -- Writing under Vichy: ambiguity and literary imagination in the non-occupied zone / Robert Pickering -- The cult of Joan of Arc in French schools, 1940-1944 / Nick Atkin -- Robert Brasillach: the machismo of impotence / John Coombes.

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World War, 1939-1945--France.
World War, 1939-1945--Underground movements--France.
Politics and culture--History--France--20th century.

France--Intellectual life--20th century.
France--History--German occupation, 1940-1945.

D802.F8 / V46 1985