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As in Le Journal d'un Curé de Campagne, Jeanne's liberation comes through a
hideous death; but Jeanne's martyrdom is much less affecting than the priest's,
because she is so depersonalized (unlike Falconetti's Jeanne in Dreyer's great ...
This is what is meant when the Vicar of Torcy tells the young priest in Le Journal
d'un Curé de Campagne, “A priest has no opinions.” Except in an ultimate
unrepresentable sense, a priest has no attachments either. In the quest for
In Le Journal d'un Curé de Campagne, for instance, one is not particularly aware
of the blackness of the priest's habit. One barely notices the bloodstained shirt
and dirty pants which Fontaine has on throughout Un Condamné à Mort s'est ...
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AGAINST INTERPRETATION: And Other EssaysUser Review - Kirkus
If one were to judge these essays in terms of price, their value would be very high. At her best (and worst) Miss Sontag offers three pennies worth of thought in any one sentence. "The function of ... Read full review