Henry Poulaille

December 5, 1896 — March 30, 1980

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December 5, 1896 — March 30, 1980

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About Henry Poulaille

Henry Poulaille (5 December 1896, Paris – 30 March 1980, Cachan) was a French writer and a pioneer of proletarian literature.

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This person has authored 3 documents, with 1,698 words or 10,346 characters.

In this anthology of proletarian literature that we will be attempting every month, it seemed to us that front stage should be occupied by the most difficult, the most dangerous, the least perfectly known of professions, despite books and films that strive to be as honest as possible. Of the works dedicated to the mines Zola’s Germinal and G.W. Pabst’s film Kameradschaft are probably the most remarkable among those given us by literature and cinema. But it must be said that as much as they differ from Malot’s stories and the trickery of the bourgeois cinema, these works bespeak more an effort to understand that subject than they are authentic expressions of it. A verbal or a visual symphony, these works describe the subjec... (From : Marxists.org.)
Response to Paul Nizan’s Crise Manifesto Source: La Littérature et le peuple. Edited by Jérôme Radwan. Les Amis d'Henry Poulalle & Plein Chant, 2003 ;Translated: for marxists.org by Mitch Abidor 2017;CopyLeft: Creative Commons (Attribute & ShareAlike) marxists.org 2017. The manifesto referred to by Poulaille, apparently calling for writers to rally to the review Crise, sent by Communist writer Paul Nizan, has not been located. This response, apparently sent to other writers, was not published in Poulaille’s lifetime, but is a clear statement of his artistic and political beliefs – Tr.Paris, September 18, 1931 Comrade: You have perhaps received the manifesto of Crise, a group of intellect... (From : Marxists.org.)
Source: Prolétariat, No. 1, July 1, 1933 in La littérature et le peuple, Les Amis d'Henry Poulaille & Plein Chant, 2003;Translated: by Mitch Abidor. Prolétariat, an experimental review, aspires only to be one of the centers for the elaboration of proletarian literature. It wants to be a tool in service to the proletariat. It doesn’t intend to sacrifice to the prejudices common to literary and artistic circles and will not enter into the quarrels among scholars that constitute the intellectual activity of the elite. Some time ago it was possible to still believe that only these elites had something to say and worth making known. They always think they represent something. On the left as well as the right peo... (From : Marxists.org.)

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December 5, 1896
Birth Day.

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March 30, 1980
Death Day.

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