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Histoire de Charles IX. (Roi de France)
Author: Antoine Varillas
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Year: 1686
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Histoire de Charles IX
Author: Antoine Varillas
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Year: 1686
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The Polish-Lithuanian State, 1386-1795
Author: Daniel Z. Stone
Publisher: University of Washington Press
ISBN: 0295803622
Pages: 392
Year: 2014-07-01
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For four centuries, the Polish�Lithuanian state encompassed a major geographic region comparable to present-day Poland, Lithuania, Belarus, Ukraine, Russia, Latvia, Estonia, and Romania. Governed by a constitutional monarchy that offered the numerous nobility extensive civil and political rights, it enjoyed unusual domestic tranquility, for its military strength kept most enemies at bay until the mid-seventeenth century and the country generally avoided civil wars. Selling grain and timber to western Europe helped make it exceptionally wealthy for much of the period. The Polish�Lithuanian State, 1386�1795 is the first account in English devoted specifically to this important era. It takes a regional rather than a national approach, considering the internal development of the Ukrainian, Jewish, Lithuanian, and Prussian German nations that coexisted with the Poles in this multinational state. Presenting Jewish history also clarifies urban history, because Jews lived in the unincorporated "private cities" and suburbs, which historians have overlooked in favor of incorporated "royal cities." In the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries the private cities and suburbs often thrived while the inner cities decayed. The book also traces the institutional development of the Roman Catholic Church in Poland�Lithuania, one of the few European states to escape bloody religious conflict during the Reformation and Counter Reformation. Both seasoned historians and general readers will appreciate the many excellent brief biographies that advance the narrative and illuminate the subject matter of this comprehensive and absorbing volume.
Histoire de Charles IX
Author: A. Varillas
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Year: 1683
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A Catalogue of the Library of the London Institution: The general library
Author: London Institution. Library, William Upcott, Edward William Brayley, Richard Thomson
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Year: 1835
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Histoire Des Ménageries de L'antiquité À Nos Jours
Author: Gustave Antoine Armand Loisel
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Year: 1912
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The Dynamics of Gender in Early Modern France
Author: Professor Domna C Stanton
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 1472442032
Pages: 266
Year: 2014-10-28
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In its six case studies, The Dynamics of Gender in Early Modern France works out a model for (early modern) gender, which is articulated in the introduction. The book comprises essays on the construction of women: three in texts by male and three by female writers, including Racine, Fénelon, Poulain de la Barre, in the first part; La Guette, La Fayette and Sévigné, in the second. These studies thus also take up different genres: satire, tragedy and treatise; memoir, novella and letter-writing. Since gender is a relational construct, each chapter considers as well specific textual and contextual representations of men. In every instance, Stanton looks for signs of conformity to-and deviations from-normative gender scripts. The Dynamics of Gender adds a new dimension to early modern French literary and cultural studies: it incorporates a dynamic (shifting) theory of gender, and it engages both contemporary critical theory and literary historical readings of primary texts and established concepts in the field. This book emphasizes the central importance of historical context and close reading from a feminist perspective, which it also interrogates as a practice. The Afterword examines some of the meanings of reading-as-a-feminist.
Charles IX
Author: Georges Bordonove
Publisher: Pygmalion
ISBN: 275641185X
Pages: 320
Year: 2014-10-15T00:00:00+02:00
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Né en 1550, fils d’Henri II et de Catherine de Médicis, roi à dix ans, Charles IX eut l’un des règnes les plus tragiques de notre histoire. Obsédé par le souvenir de son père et par la gloire de son grand-père François Ier, brimé par une mère abusive quoique admirable, tantôt exhibé au peuple tantôt caché, souvent humilié, en butte à la jalousie de ses frères, il se cherchait lui-même. Les grands de son royaume, étant parvenus à transformer en guerre civile la querelle entre les catholiques et les protestants, se disputaient le pouvoir et rêvaient de le détrôner. Dans ce tumulte où la France faillit sombrer, au milieu d’une cour où les fastes, les trahisons, les crimes se mêlaient, il essayait de faire prévaloir la tolérance. Si on l’a accusé du massacre de la Saint-Barthélemy, sa manipulation ne fait plus aucun doute.
Histoire générale de France depuis le règne de Charles IX jusqu'à la paix générale en 1815
Author: Pierre A. Dufau
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Pages: 475
Year: 1820
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Bibliographie biographique universelle: A-M (1-27390); vol. 2: N-Z (27391-45666)
Author: Eduard Maria Oettinger
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Year: 1866
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Histoire générale de France depuis le règne de Charles IX jusqu'à la paix générale en 1815
Author: Pierre-Armand Dufau
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Pages: 472
Year: 1820
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Bibliographie biographique
Author: Eduard Maria Oettinger
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Pages: 788
Year: 1850
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Bibliographie biographique universelle
Author: Eduard Maria Oettinger
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Pages: 4
Year: 1866
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Mémoires pour servir à l'histoire de Charles IX et de Henri IV
Author: Louis de Bourbon Condé, Lenglet Du Fresnoy
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Year: 1745
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