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Writers and Revolution

Intellectuals and the French Revolution of 1848

Explores the experience and impact of the 1848 French Revolution through the writings of nine European intellectuals, including Marx and Flaubert. Les mer
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Explores the experience and impact of the 1848 French Revolution through the writings of nine European intellectuals, including Marx and Flaubert.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

1. Prologue; 2. Lamartine, the Girondins and 1848; 3. George Sand: 'The People' Found and Lost; 4. Marie d'Agoult: A Liberal Republican; 5. Victor Hugo: The Republic as a Learning Experience; 6. Tocqueville: 'A Vile Tragedy Performed by Provincial Actors'; 7. Proudhon: 'A Revolution Without An Idea'; 8. Alexander Herzen: A Tragedy Both Collective and Personal; 9. Marx: The Meaning of a Farce; 10. Flaubert: Lost Hopes and Empty Words; 11: Aftermath, Themes and Conclusion.

Om forfatteren

Jonathan Beecher is Professor Emeritus of History at the University of California at Santa Cruz. A European intellectual historian, with a special interest in France and Russia, his previous publications include Charles Fourier: The Visionary and His World (1986) and Victor Considerant and the Rise and Fall of French Romantic Socialism (2001). His works have been translated into French, Italian and Japanese.