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Cest pas moi, je le jure! by Bruno HebertC’est pas moi, je le jure?! etonne par sa fraicheur et sa verve, par sa vision du monde de l’enfance, par son imaginaire debride. A trente-neuf ans, soit l’age qu’aurait aujourd’hui son petit heros, l’auteur est manifestement reste tres pres de ses premieres annees.
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On a peine a croire que C’est pas moi, je le jure?! est un premier roman, tant la langue est sure, agile, l’action bien conduite, les personnages convaincants. Bruno Hebert ne l’a pas ecrit a la sortie du cegep. Il a lu, il a vecu. C’est pas moi, je le jure?! n’est pas seulement un remarquable premier roman?; c’est l’un des meilleurs romans de la saison.
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Nul ne le sait. Les Gardiens de la Galaxie. Les super-pouvoirs de Captain Marvel vont faire parler. A la fin, elle est tout simplement… invincible? Cela pose de nombreuses questions.
Given that films such as these are typically read allegorically as indicative of a particular national imaginary, I argue that these two films from reflect broader shifts within the cultural memory of Quebec. Their specific interventions reveal a will to move away from earlier articulations of its history as both exceptional and characterized by a history of trauma and rupture. In , Quebecois cinema garnered media attention for what critics described as its retrospective gaze: of the province's four films listed in Canada's Top Ten for that year, all were set in the past, from the s onward . Two of these, C'est pas moi, je le jure! This revisionism, which seeks to locate Quebecois history within the larger context of North American and Western historical and societal shifts, has arguably been gaining traction in Quebec's historical imaginary for decades. Yet, Claude Couture maintains that a "large gap [still exists] between the collective and historical imaginary construct that Quebeckers adhere to today and the work of this new historiography" p.
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It will trace his concerns with authenticity, image, americanisation and commercialism in his artistic career and determine his changing attitudes as his career matures. The song is the only one on his first album, Amoureux de Paname, to deal, at least in part, with the music industry. For this reason these two songs will be studied comparatively. In neither song is the music industry the main preoccupation. However, it becomes evident that Renaud sees himself, and wants his listeners to see him, as a particular kind of singer. This assertive defence is also heard through the musical composition and the way in which Renaud sings the song. There is equally an aggressive rhythm throughout the song, exaggerated in the choruses by the fast and loud drumbeat, and in the rest of the song by the musical accent and pauses after particular words, for example:.