By Máire Fedelma Cross
During this leading edge learn, Máire go analyses plants Tristan's correspondence with militant republicans, socialists, and democrats energetic within the July Monarchy. It examines the function of the letter in fostering hyperlinks at a time of an important development of literacy and look for citizenship via the disenfranchised. Combining a gendered research of socialist events with a textual research of letters it illustrates the power of political tensions in Tristan's communications and the sophistication of political networks at the eve of the 1848 revolution.
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Marie-Claire Hoock-Demarle, ‘The Nineteenth Century: Insights of Contemporary Women Writers’, in Avriel H. ), Woman as 30 The Letter in Flora Tristan’s Politics, 1835–1844 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. , Greenwood Press, 1987, pp. 1–12. Máire Cross, ‘Flora Tristan’s Socialist Propaganda in Provincial France, 1843–1844’, in Bertrand Taithe and Tim Thornton (eds), Propaganda. Political Rhetoric and Identity 1300–2000, Stroud, Sutton Publishing, 1999, pp. 151–65. Máire Cross, ‘Flora Tristan, un exemple à suivre ?
See interview with Vargas Llosa by Christophe Mercier, ‘Vargas Llosa : Attention chef d’œuvre’, Le Point, 1550, 31 mai 2002, pp. 112–13, 115–16; « L’Autre Peruvien », interview with Alfredo Bryce-Echenique by Michel Braudeau, Horizons, Le Monde, 1–2 septembre 2002, p. 9; Raphaëlle Rérolle, ‘Les Mystères de la création’, Le Monde des livres, 2 mai 2003, p. I; Stéphane Michaud, ‘La Rencontre de Mario Vargos Llosa et de son héroïne’, Le Monde des livres, 2 mai 2003, p. IV. My thanks to Pascal Mercier and Douglas Johnson for sending me these articles.
The Biography, London, Vintage, 2001, pp. 376, 444; Alain Pessin, Le Mythe du peuple et la société française du XIXe siècle, Paris, Presses universitaires de France, 1992, pp. 1–29; Christine Fauré, La démocratie sans les femmes, Paris, Presses universitaires de France, 1985, p. 21. Attributed to A. Breton by Evelyne Bloch-Dano, Flora Tristan : La Femme– Messie, p. 9 although the phrase does not appear in his introduction to ‘Flora Tristan, sept lettres inédites’. See Michel Clévenot, Un siècle cherche sa foi : le XIXe siècle, Paris, Editions Retz, 1992, pp.