Commerce des lumières : John Oswald and the British in Paris, 1790-1793

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Commerce des lumières : John Oswald and the British in Paris, 1790-1793

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[-] show simple item record Erdman, David V.
dc.coverage.spatial France
dc.coverage.spatial Great Britain
dc.coverage.temporal 1789-1799 2012-10-16T13:29:47Z 2012-10-16T13:29:47Z 1986
dc.description Includes index.
dc.description Bibliography: pages 309-324.
dc.description.abstract "My subject is the involvement of British intellectuals in revolutionary thought and action between the end of the American Revolution and the fourth year of the French Revolution. John Oswald, briefly famous as a herald and warrior and Pythagorean, then accidentally famous as a poet, was in fact an actively involved and highly articulate British member of the Jacobin Club of Paris, and to pursue his career is to move into the center of British-French revolutionary organization at the blissful, if anxious, dawn of the era of militant democracy and English romantic poetry."
dc.description.tableofcontents Introduction -- From Scotland to the Malabar Coast -- Among the Turkomans and the Curdees -- London -- First interchapter : hands across the channel--or arms? -- Paris -- Second interchapter : liberty or death -- March of the spirit -- At the Jacobin Club : Eloquence and energy -- Third interchapter : Arming and disarming -- The British Club -- Fourth interchapter : the blade drops -- The exigencies of war -- Last words -- Appendices. en_US
dc.format.extent xii, 338 pages : illustrated
dc.language.iso en_US en_US
dc.publisher University of Missouri Press
dc.relation.ispartof University of Missouri Press (MU)
dc.subject.lcsh Journalists -- Biography
dc.subject.lcsh Revolutionaries -- Biography
dc.subject.lcsh Soldiers -- Biography
dc.subject.lcsh France -- History
dc.subject.lcsh Oswald, John, d. 1793
dc.title Commerce des lumières : John Oswald and the British in Paris, 1790-1793 en_US
dc.type Book en_US
dc.contributor.corporatename University of Missouri Press
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