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THE "ESCAPE THEATRE" OF GASTON BATY OR HOW TO OVERCOME SECULARITY In this article, we study the works of French playwrights from the 1920s and 1930s who adhere to Gaston Baty's theatrical aesthetics, without explicitly declaring themselves as believers. While remaining wary of dogmas symbolized by the Church, writers such as Henri-René Lenormand, Simon Gantillon and Jean-Victor Pellerin note the loss of transcendence that inevitably leads "modern man" to his downfall. The rejection of thedoi:10.19195/0557-2665.66.6 fatcat:rz4xpbs45rd2nnqtwivqyp6mwy