January 2008
Romance Notes;2008, Vol. 48 Issue 2, p165
Poetry Review
The article offers poetry criticism of “Dejeuner du matin” by French poet Jacques Prévert. A re-reading of the poem in the context of the poetry collection "Paroles," which was seen as a rebellion against the religious and social conservatism of 1940s France, is presented. The author provides a critical interpretation of the poem and offers different meanings behind several elements, such as the use of the pronouns "je" and "il."


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