New PDF release: Coma, tome 2

By Steven Dupré

ISBN-10: 272344094X

ISBN-13: 9782723440943

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Conservative calls to order came to predominate, and with Louis Napoléon’s coup d’état in December 1851 the continuity of the workers’ movement was definitively ruptured. Hopes and fears The antipathy between the bourgeoisie and the working classes that had been confirmed in the days following the June Insurrection only solidified over the course of the next decade. Where labour politics were concerned, the Second Empire saw the further advance of the laissezfaire liberalism that had characterised the July Monarchy.

The time poverty of the working classes had, of course, been a longstanding issue for socialists. George Sand, in her novel of artisanal labour Le Compagnon du Tour de France (1840), was among the first to capture the psychological and affective hardships of the worker who experienced this sort of deprivation: Si je perds une heure par jour à sentir vivre mon cœur et ma pensée, le pain manquera à ma vieillesse, et le souci de l’avenir m’interdit la jouissance du présent. Si je m’arrête ici un instant de plus sous l’ombrage, je compromets mon honneur lié par un marché à la dépense incessante de mes forces, à l’entier sacrifice de ma vie intellectuelle.

Henceforth, literature was definitively constituted as an object, and it was the distinctive labour invested in it by the writer that secured its worth – what Barthes terms ‘une valeur-travail’ (50) [work-value] (68). In this respect, Barthes holds Flaubert to be emblematic; the novelist’s famous agonies of composition are made to signal a broader transition towards the exertion of labour as a source of the writer’s social justification. ‘Alors commence à s’élaborer une imagerie de l’écrivain-artisan qui s’enferme dans un lieu légendaire, comme un ouvrier en chambre et dégrossit, taille, polit et sertit sa forme, exactement comme un lapidaire dégage l’art de la matière’ (50) [There begins now to grow up an image of the writer as a craftsman, who shuts himself away in some legendary place, like a workman operating at home, and who roughs out, cuts, polishes and sets his form exactly as a jeweller extracts art from his material] (69).

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