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Serie II: Correspondance générale


Correspondance 1803–1805

[Vol. V: Correspondence 1803–1805]

Comp. by Delbouille, Paul / Wood, Dennis / Tooke, Adrianne

In collab. with Rickard, Peter

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    Aims and Scope

    The 285 letters contained in this volume of the Correspondance générale date from the years following Constant's exclusion from the Tribunal. They reflect his work on religious issues, his dreams of literary success, and his travels in France, Germany, and Switzerland. In addition, they provide an impression of political life at the beginning of the Napoleonic empire and the emotional vicissitudes undergone by their author.

    Ce volume de la Correspondance générale contient 265 lettres datant des années qui suivent l'éviction de Benjamin Constant du Tribunat. Il travaille sur les religions, rêve de gloire littéraire et voyage en France, en Allemagne et en Suisse. Les lettres sont le reflet de la vie politique des débuts de l'Empire, mais aussi de la vie sentimentale difficile de Constant.


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