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Parboti Rani
Jan 20, 2022
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Of official press releases, do not hesitate to Phone Number List insert fictional narrative codes into their remarks – today we would speak, in good French, of storytelling – in order to make the news more attractive, appealing, and potentially encourage Phone Number List the act of purchase (p. 50). Yet this practice, however shocking and questionable it may seem today, should not mislead: "fictionalization is not in itself a propaganda process since it is found in Phone Number List all fields, before and after the war of 1914-1918, but it easily put itself at the service of mobilization against the adversary” (p. 51). In Words, it is indeed a culture of war, in the Phone Number List sense that it is a dominant discourse, which it is. The expression of M.-É. Thérenty for whom "ficturing reality is not transforming it, but proposing a mode of representation that is immediately understandable and accepted by all" is also reminiscent of the definition given by J. Horne and Phone Number List A Kramer and recently reinforced by B. Cabanes[4] . But the reverse mechanics also exist, which also contributes to resituating the Great War in a certain form of normality. Indeed, current Phone Number List events have always inspired literature and the 1914-1918 sequence is no exception to this observation. D. Aranda also shows how The figure of the French child shot by the Phone Number List Germans for having fun pointing a patrol with his wooden rifle originates in a press release issued by the Press Office on 17 August 1914 (p. 114) and subsequently taken up by many media: press Phone Number List but also postcards and, for what interests us here, literature. The demonstration is smoothly conducted while the very stimulating subject makes it possible to get out of the overly simplistic Phone Number List verticality induced by the term "propaganda".[5] . Indeed, for D. Aranda, these more or less fictional stories but rooted, as we have
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