2 edition of Social romanticism in France, 1830-1848 found in the catalog.
Social romanticism in France, 1830-1848
David Owen Evans
|Statement||with a selective critical bibliography.|
|LC Classifications||PQ292 .E9|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||149|
|LC Control Number||52008672|
Force in France, (Urbana, ). One should also consult the annotated review of the sources in Édouard Dolléans and Michel Crozier, Mouvements Ourvrier et Socialiste: Chronologie et Bibliographie— Anleterre, France, Allemagne, États-Unis () (Paris, ), and in David Owen Evans, Social Romanticism in France, The French Revolution of A particular focus on France - as the influential Austrian minister Prince Metternich, who sought to encourage the re-establishment of "Order" in the wake of the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic turmoil of , said: "When France sneezes Europe catches a cold". The "Italian" Revolution of
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The King of France that succeeded Louie the 18th; an ultra royalist who granted an indemnity to aristocrats whose lands had been confiscated during the French Revolution; pursued a religious policy that encouraged the Catholic Church to reestablish control over the educational system which brought public outrage and forced him to accept the /5(1). To cite this article: Paul E. Cor coran () “La Fusion européenne” in romantic socialism, –, The European Legacy, , , DOI: /
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François Guizot (): Condition of the July Monarchy, Guizot was a French academic politician, who served Louis Philippe as minister of public instruction (). He was the main power after and became premier in. Saint-Simon et d'Enfantin, III,quoted in David 0.
Evans, Social Romanticism in France (Oxford, ), p. 3The postrevolutionary generation of which Lerminier represented the tail end has generated much discussion, but none so helpful as the work of Alan Spitzer, especially his."Romantic Paris" is a richly illustrated survey of cultural life in Paris during some of the most tumultuous decades of the city's history.
Between the coups d'etat of Napoleon Bonaparte and of his nephew, Louis-Napoleon, Paris weathered extremes of political and economic fortune.5/5(2).Revolution in Central Europe. the social and political upheavals in central Europe through led to mass demonstrations for political reform in Germany.
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