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Serie II: Correspondance générale


Correspondance 1800–1802

[Complete Works, Series II, Vol. 4: Letters 1800–1802.]

Ed. by Courtney, Cecil P.

Comp. by Wood, Dennis / Tooke, Adrianne

In collab. with Rickard, Peter

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    This fourth volume of the Correspondance générale contains 368 letters written during the period of the Consulat when, as a member of the Tribunat until January 1802, Constant acquired a reputation as a brilliant orator and outspoken opponent of Bonaparte. It was also a period when he produced a number of manuscripts on politics and religion on which he would base works published between 1814 and 1830. The correspondence also contains letters of compelling human interest to and from Julie Talma and an extraordinary epistolary exchange with Anna Lindsay, with whom Constant fell in love in 1800.


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    646 pages
    3 Illustrations
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