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    ❰Reading❯ ➾ Retour à Reims Author Didier Eribon – Mdeparenpar.co On thinking the matter through it doesn't seem exaggerated to assert that my coming out of the sexual closet my desire to assume and assert my homosexuality coincided within my personal trajectory witOn thinking the matter through it doesn't seem exaggerated to assert that my coming out of the sexual closet my desire to assume and assert my homosexuality coincided within my personal trajectory with my shutting myself up inside what I might call a class closet from Returning to ReimsAfter his father dies Didier Eribon returns to his hometown of Reims and rediscovers the working class world he had left behind thirty years earlier For years Eribon had thought of his father largely in terms of the latter's intolerable homophobia Yet his father's deat.

    H provokes new reflection on Eribon's part about how multiple processes of domination intersect in a given life and in a given culture Eribon sets out to investigate his past the history of his family and the trajectory of his own life His story weaves together a set of remarkable reflections on the class system in France on the role of the educational system in class identity on the way both class and sexual identities are formed and on the recent history of French politics including the shifting voting patterns of the working classes reflected by E.

    retour ebok reims pdf Retour à book Retour à Reims ePUBH provokes new reflection on Eribon's part about how multiple processes of domination intersect in a given life and in a given culture Eribon sets out to investigate his past the history of his family and the trajectory of his own life His story weaves together a set of remarkable reflections on the class system in France on the role of the educational system in class identity on the way both class and sexual identities are formed and on the recent history of French politics including the shifting voting patterns of the working classes reflected by E.

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    1. Meike Meike says:

      Retour à Reims PDF/EPUB á Retour à Epub / retour ebok, reims pdf, Retour à book, Retour à Reims ePUBWith “Returning to Reims” French sociologist Didier Eribon sparked a heated debate about the meaning of class in today’s society both in France and in Germany and probably in other countries in which the book was published as well The book is a memoir that tells the story of Eribon’s coming of age as a homosexua


    2. Mikey B Mikey B says:

      Retour à Reims PDF/EPUB á Retour à Epub / retour ebok, reims pdf, Retour à book, Retour à Reims ePUBThis is a very intense autobiography of a French man who successfully extracted himself from a narrow working class background to study and then join the intellectual elite of France He grew up in a house with no books He also became aware in his teenage years that he was gayIn his adolescence he faced two hurdles – to develop his intellectual knowledge and being gay Both these were anathema to his family and to the surrounding working class communityPage 73 74 my book One day as I was walking in central Paris he the author’s grandfather saw me and stopped at the curb delighted at this fortuitous meeting I on the other hand was acutely embarrassed terrified that someone I knew might see me with him What would I have said if someone had asked me “Who was that fellow you were chatting with?” What is it about the time spent in a bourgeois or petty bourgeois world that has led you to the point where you would be willing to deny your family or feel so ashamed of it? Why have you


    3. Bryn Hammond Bryn Hammond says:

      Retour à Reims PDF/EPUB á Retour à Epub / retour ebok, reims pdf, Retour à book, Retour à Reims ePUBI found this utterly fascinating and of significant explanatory value for the rightwards drift of culture and politics for his words the failure of the left Not just in France not just in Europe The first half is an account of his growing up working class of his family back to WWII As he says nobody writes about the working class unless they have already left it Didier Eribon has become a sociologist Once he escaped in disgust by a set of circumstances so rare that he calls them miraculous He explains how difficult it is to escape in ways a sociologist notices He complains of other influential writers on the working class who have no firsthand knowledgeThere has been a great lag as he avoided his whole family rejected his background before his ‘return’ to Reims There are things to understand In his childhood his family and neighbours voted communist as a matter of course and thought in class terms Now the ‘discourse’ as the adult sociologist must put it h


    4. John Hatley John Hatley says:

      Retour à Reims PDF/EPUB á Retour à Epub / retour ebok, reims pdf, Retour à book, Retour à Reims ePUBI'll admit I don't read non fiction titles very often but this is one of the better ones I've read in recent years With his sociologicalphilosophical approach Eribon provides insight into what it is like to come from the working class and try to break out of the vicious cycle very i


    5. Yonis Gure Yonis Gure says:

      Retour à Reims PDF/EPUB á Retour à Epub / retour ebok, reims pdf, Retour à book, Retour à Reims ePUBOne of the best books I've read this year The book is part sociological treatise on class and sexuality in post war France part political manifesto on what the Left must do in order to re claim the language of class in an age of populism for a new kind of emancipatory politics and part intellectual history of modern French philosophy all somehow miraculously disguised as a memoir The book begins with Eribon returning to Reims the place where he had abandoned if that's the right word at the age of 20 his working class parents siblings and the degrading manual labor job that was sure to be his destiny to pursue an intellectual life in Paris as an openly gay man Prompting his return is the illness and then death of his father who


    6. Yoel Isaac Diaz Yoel Isaac Diaz says:

      Retour à Reims PDF/EPUB á Retour à Epub / retour ebok, reims pdf, Retour à book, Retour à Reims ePUBThis is a highly recommended reading and a book that had a big impact on me This is in part because I see a lot of me in it but importantly because it is illuminating in so many ways Anyone interested in understanding how the support of the working class moved from the left to in some cases the extreme right and their embrace of nationalist and racist ideas about the challenges and factors determining upward mobility and the individual conflicts faced by those who do get a chance to escape the rules and laws imposed by classes should read this book There is also the reveali


    7. Terry Clague Terry Clague says:

      Retour à Reims PDF/EPUB á Retour à Epub / retour ebok, reims pdf, Retour à book, Retour à Reims ePUBIt's a week or so since I finished reading this book but in pandemic years that's about a month which means I've left it too long to be able to write any full thoughts Here's a French intellectual going back home literallyfiguratively


    8. Barbara Barbara says:

      Retour à Reims PDF/EPUB á Retour à Epub / retour ebok, reims pdf, Retour à book, Retour à Reims ePUBI thought I already knew what this book is about and in some sense I did But it's main value is not its conclusion or the theory behind it but the story and the protagonists Eribon lets the reader into his and his family's life and make us the theorists feel how it was like It's definitely a must read


    9. Rambling Reader Rambling Reader says:

      Retour à Reims PDF/EPUB á Retour à Epub / retour ebok, reims pdf, Retour à book, Retour à Reims ePUBInteresting parallels between the resurgence of the far right in France and this country


    10. Justpassingby Justpassingby says:

      Retour à Reims PDF/EPUB á Retour à Epub / retour ebok, reims pdf, Retour à book, Retour à Reims ePUBDidier Eribon relates his personal experiences of social mobility and of coming out as a homosexual The value and the interest of this book lie in its being a first hand account In that sense I would call it recommended reading As a general sociological analysis it suffers from two defectsOne the author confounds all classes that are better off than the working class by lumping them together under the Marxist archaism bourgeoisie conveniently a French term Thus he derides Raymond Aron for failing to see any sharp class distinctions in his immediate surroundings and he does so by painting a picture from Eribon's own childhood of two separate sets of children playing within their own group in two separate areas of the same country estateWhile I am not trying to defend Aron's claims here Eribon's counterargument betrays even ignorance of social realities in France Aron was the son of a lawyer not the heir to a major landowner


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