4 edition of [The fall of Robespierre found in the catalog.
[The fall of Robespierre
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
by Printed by Benjuamin Flower, for W.H. Lunn, and J. and J. Merrill; and sold by J. March, Norwich in Cambridge
Written in English
|Series||Three centuries of drama, Three centuries of English and American plays, 1500-1800|
|Contributions||Southey, Robert, 1774-1843.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||37|
Maximilien Robespierre (Maximilien François Marie Isidore de Robespierre) was born on May 6th, , in Arras where his father was based as an advocate. Robespierre and his three younger siblings were brought up by diverse relatives after their father dramatically lost his way in life after the death of his wife in childbirth in Inevitably, Robespierre, intoxicated with power, overreached himself. By threatening to extend The Terror, he frightened many of those politicians who'd previously kept their heads down to side.
Addeddate Identifier Identifier-ark ark://t7fr4zq6r Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi Scanner . Robespierre's final ploy for wresting the counter-revolutionaries from France was the Great Fear. During this nationwide witch hunt, Robespierre was responsible for nearly executions a month. As if national genocide weren't enough, Robespierre began isolating the people even further with his unexpected endorsement of a new religion.
"Robespierre's Will," The True Briton (28 August ) Coleridge, "Sonnet: To Pitt" (23 December ) John Thelwall, "A Parallel between the Character of PITT and ROBESPIERRE," The Tribune () Lines by Coleridge from Southey's Joan of Arc, an Epic Poem (), Book 2, lines Considering the limited amount of information available on the subject, I found this book to be rather informative and not just another recycled version of an older book. Ruth Scurr delves into the conflicted mind of Robespierre and examines the French revolutionary's descent from man of the people to murderous tyrant.5/5(5).
The busy life of eighty-five years of Ezra Meeker
Structure and change of Castilian peasant communities
factors affecting the optimal performance of eddy-current machines.
mask of politics, and other essays
LIFES LITTLE INSTRUCTION 2009 DTD CALENDAR
Proposed resource management plan/final environmental impact statement for public lands in the state of Nebraska
Loves silken web
New York City Department of Correction personnel utilization and payroll/timekeeping operations
Research & development in Northern & Yorkshire
Handbook of clinical neurology.
The Shakespearean moment and its place in the poetry of the 17th century.
Fashion and clothing
Learning to learn
Toward information-based economies
Maximilien Robespierre, radical Jacobin leader and one of the principal figures in the French Revolution. In the latter months of he came to dominate the Committee of Public Safety, the principal organ of the Revolutionary government during the Reign of Terror, but in he was overthrown and executed.
Finally, why did Robespierre fall when he did. In short, McPhee claims that his health and political instincts failed him in the summer of He spent the last months of his life “in stressed exhaustion and fear of assassination” and made a series of miscalculations that doomed him in the by: Addeddate Identifier Identifier-ark ark://t02z6kj4g Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi Scanner Internet Archive Python library The present book is a continuation of those which we have published during the past dozen years in order to throw light upon the obscure, problems of the revolutionary drama.
Like Robespierre terroriste, like La Corruption parlementaire sous la Terreur, it is a collection of. The next day, the three, with 19 others of Robespierre’s supporters, were loaded into carts and taken to the Place de la Révolution. On the way, a woman in the crowd approached the cart in which Robespierre stood and struck him on the face.
She was one of “the people,” those for whom Robespierre had drenched Paris in blood. Finally, why did Robespierre fall when he did.
In short, McPhee claims that his health and political instincts failed him in the summer of He spent the last months of his life “in stressed exhaustion and fear of assassination” and made a series of miscalculations that doomed him in the end/5(25).
The Literary Remains of Samuel Taylor Coleridge: The Fall of Robespierre. Poems. a Course of Lectures. Omniana. by Samuel Taylor Coleridge. From $ The Revolutionary Career of Maximilien Robespierre.
by David P. Jordan. From $ Rousseau, Robespierre and English Romanticism. by Gregory Dart. From $ Maximilien Marie Isidore Robespierre (mäksēmēlyăN´ märē´ ēzēdôr´ rôbĕspyĕr´), –94, one of the leading figures of the French Revolution.
Early Life A poor youth, he was enabled to study law in Paris through a scholarship. He won admiration for his abilities, but his austerity and dedication isolated him from easy companionship.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint, with new introd. Originally published: The fall of Robespierre. Cambridge: W.H. Lunn and J. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. CHAPTER. 1: CHAPTER II.
CHAPTER III. 5 other sections not shown. Other editions - View all. The Fall of Robespierre: And Other Essays Albert Mathiez Snippet view - The Fall of Robespierre: And Other Essays. The Fall of Robespierre is a three-act play written by Robert Southey and Samuel Coleridge in It follows the events in France after the downfall of Maximilien ierre is portrayed as a tyrant, but Southey's contributions praise him as a destroyer of play does not operate as an effective drama for the stage, but rather as a sort of dramatic poem with each act.
At last a book that gives a fair, and dare I say it, positive view of Robespierre. I have long been an admirer of The French Revolution and especially of Marat and the great Robespierre. Most books are sympathetic to the great orator Danton and to the poster boy of the revolution Camille Desmoulins/5.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Facsimile reprint. Description: p. ; 20cm. Series Title: Revolution and romanticism, Fatal Purity: Robespierre and the French Revolution by Ruth Scurr pp, Chatto & Windus, £ As Maximilien Robespierre was taken through the Author: Rebecca Abrams.
A fairly balanced book would be Fatal Purity by Ruth Scurr. The author goes into his background, context of the revolution and Robespierre's role as dynamo of this. My own 2c, completely power hungry manic mixed with a progressive disdain for people over his version of the truth. The so-called Committee of Public Safety, which directed the Terror, ordered 2, executions in July in Paris alone, and across Fra people lost their lives.
Palmer's Twelve Who Ruled is the classic study of the twelve men who made up the /5(4). The Dramatic Fall of Robespierre. By Quetzalcoatl Category: 19th Century: Political History. Robespierre had been absent from public life for more than one month when he appeared again at the Convention on the 8 Thermidor*.
Upon his return, Robespierre attacked those who he thought had discredited the revolution. He railed against 'certain. Her first book, Fatal Purity: Robespierre and the French She is a Fellow of Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge.
She was educated at St Bernard's Convent, Slough; Oxford University, Cambridge University and the Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris/5.
McPhee (Living the French Revolution –,etc.) strives to rehabilitate Robespierre somewhat, arguing that the sanguinary excesses of the period were necessary to sustain the revolution against attacks from without and within, and that Robespierre's role in them was later exaggerated by other deputies seeking to minimize their own Brand: Yale University Press.
Out of Print. Read Peter McPhee's essay on writing a "human" biography of Robespierre on the Yale Press Log. For some historians and biographers, Maximilien Robespierre (–94) was a great revolutionary martyr who succeeded in leading the French Republic to safety in the face of overwhelming military odds.
Despite the ceaseless rise and fall of parties and programmes which invariably brought the radical trend to the fore, the class content of the French revolution never ceased to be bourgeois in character. Robespierre's faction was merely the most consistently revolutionary of the petit-bourgeois trends that dominated the Convention.
Relaxing into his holiday, Croker continued reading through the long list of dubious charges against the several thousand victims of the Revolutionary Tribunal of Paris, from its institution on 10 March until the fall of Maximilien Robespierre on 27 July /5(6).Robespierre's opponents attempted a conciliation with the Incorruptible, even winning Saint-Just to their side.
Robespierre apparently agreed on 4th Thermidor (July 22), but on 8th Thermidor (July 26) denounced his opponents before the Convention to thunderous applause.
It seemed the Incorruptible would soon add "the Invincible" to his name.