Responses: On Paul de Man's Wartime Journalism

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Acknowledgements

Many people have helped in the preparation of the chronology, the notes added to Edouard Colinet's letter, and the collection of documents and information for this book. The editors would like to thank: Myriam Abramowicz, Frank Albers, David Braybrooke, Bruno Bernaerts, Edouard Colinet, Alain Dantoing, Els de Bens, Ortwin de Graef, Pierre de Ligne, Jan R. de Man, Marc de Man, Patricia de Man, Jacques Derrida, F. K. De Vos, Charles Dosogne, Georges Goriely, José Gotovich, Anne (Baraghian) Ipsen, Shaun Irlam, Gilbert Jaeger, Peggy Kamuf, Adella Englert Kay, Chantal Kesteloot, Georges Lambrichs, Christian Lepoivre, Erik Leroy, Jean Lescure, Sura Levine, Marie-Rose Logan, Christie McDonald, Philippe Muret, Mme. Chaim Perelman, Georges Poulet, Raymond Rifflet, Moshe Ron, Hilda (Rosner) Pomerantz, Francis Sartorius, Esther Sluszny, Marcel Slusny, Maxime Steinberg, Jean Stengers, Allan Stoekl, Frida Vandervelden, Walter Van Glabbeek, Andrzej Warminski, Paul Willems, Hendrik Woods.

We have also relied on a number of printed sources. Thanks particularly to Chantal Kesteloot of the Centre de Recherches et d'Etudes Historiques de la Seconde Guerre Mondiale (CREHSGM), Brussels, and to Ortwin de Graef, we were able to examine unpublished material including reports from the Belgian Auditorat Général on Le Soir, the Agence/Agentschap Dechenne, and the Editions de la Toison d'Or; the dossier in the Fonds Union Nationale de la Presse Clandestine on L'Insoumis; files on the Propaganda Abteilung Belgien, Raymond de Becker, and the press during the occupation of Belgium; copies of Galerie des Traitres, L'Etudiant, and Debout; and Paul de Man's birth and educational records. Thanks to the Bibliothèque Royale Albert I in Brussels, the Service des Archives at the Université Libre de Bruxelles, and the Library of the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, we consulted Jeudi, Les Cahiers du Libre Examen, Le Soir, Het Vlaamsche Land, and the Bibliographie Dechenne, as well as the Bulletin des Lettres, the Bulletin de la Toison d'Or, and Messages. Among the books and articles we found most useful are: Jean-Marie Apostolidès, Les métamorphoses de Tintin (Paris; Seghers, 1984); Els de Bens, De Belgische dagbladpers onder Duitse censuur (1940-1944) (Antwerp/Utrecht: Nederlandsche Boekhandel, 1973), and "La Presse au Temps de l'Occupation de la Belgique (1940-1944)," in Revue d'histoire de la deuxième guerre mondiale 80 (October I970), I-28; Walter De Bock, Les plus belles années d'une génération (Berchem [Belgium]: EPO, 1983), 63-76; Paul Delandsheere and Alphonse Ooms, La Belgique sous les Nazis, four volumes (Brussels: L'Edition Universelle, [1946-47]); Bernard Delcord, "A propos de quelques 'chapelles' politico-littéraires en Belgique (1919-1945)," in Cahiers du CREHSGM 10 (November 1986),

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