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Jean Renoir

The French Films, 1924–1939

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$65.00 • £54.95 • €60.00

ISBN 9780674433205

Publication Date: 01/01/1980

463 pages


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Sesonske’s book will be published by Harvard University Press. This event means very much to me. I have carefully followed the elaboration of this review of my work. I didn’t attend the birth of the child, but I enjoyed watching the child grow up; nearly day by day. In the beginning I was enchanted by the thought of being the central figure of this story. Little by little, I discovered a new aspect of the question. It can’t really be called a story, because everything in it is true. It is an homage to fraternal affection. The Romans built beautiful monuments, temples and arches of triumph dedicated to the memory of an Emperor. With Sesonke’s book I have my arch of triumph.—Jean Renoir

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