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Harvard Historical Monographs 38

The First Professional Revolutionist

Filippo Michele Buonarroti, 1761–1837

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$22.00 • £19.95 • €20.95

ISBN 9780674304000

Publication Date: 01/01/1959


205 pages


Harvard Historical Monographs


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  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. The Formative Years (1761-1795)
  • 3. The Launching of a New Career (1796-1823)
    • 1. The Vocation
    • 2. The Organization
  • 4. The Launching of a Book (1824-1830)
  • 5. The Revolutionist and the “Monde” (2830-2837)
  • 6. The Revolutionist at Home (1830-1837)
    • 1. Re-entry to the “Promised Land”
    • 2. The Indivisible Trio: Teste, d’Argenson, and Buonarroti
    • 3. At the Barricades, in the name of the “People”
    • 4. At the Barricades, in the name of the Republic
  • 7. Death and Transfiguration
    • 1. Portrait Sketch of the First Professional Revolutionist
    • 2. Conclusion: The Verdict of History
  • Bibliographical Essay
    • 1. Note on the Verdict of some Recent Historians
    • 2. Survey of Bibliography
  • Index

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