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Ce que la chanson engagée nous enseigne sur la liberté d’expression en France

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By Ana María Iglesias Botrán, Profesora del Departamento de Filología Francesa en la Facultad de Filosofía y Letras. Doctora especialista en estudios culturales franceses y Análisis del Discurso, Universidad de Valladolid
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De Béranger, qui critiquait ouvertement monarchie des Bourbons, au groupe Zebda, qui fustigea le discours raciste de Chirac en 1991, les chansons françaises savent porter des messages subversifs.


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