En temoignent les propos de Thomas Loue, qui affirme, au sujet de Ferdinand Brunetiere et de La Revue des Deux Mondes (1829-) : << En bref, il s'agit de maitriser la production des representations de soi, des normes nationales a l'etranger, de maitriser, en fait, un discours sur la "civilisation">> (p.
What does RDDM stand for?
RDDM stands for Revue Des Deux Mondes (French: Review of Both Worlds; poetry)
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Priest's translations are excerpted from two of Laloy's major books (Claude Debussy and La musique retrouvee, 1902-1927 [Paris: Plon, 1928; reprint, Paris: Desclee de Brouwer, 1974]), and she has also included substantial material from his many articles and reviews in La revue musicale, La revue des deux mondes, Le mercure musical (cofounded by Laloy), La grande revue, Musique, and Comoedia.
He also directed, contributed to, or collaborated on several newspapers and magazines: Americas, El Tiempo, Cuadernos Americanos, La Republica, Sur, Cuadernos, as well as the prestigious Revue des deux mondes, published in Paris.