L'insecte ... by Jules Michelet
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L'insecte

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Jules Michelet

L. Hachette et cie., 1863

Science; Life Sciences; Zoology; Entomology; Insectes; Insects; Nature / Insects & Spiders; Science / Life Sciences / Zoology / Entomology
 

About Jules Michelet

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(born Aug. 21, 1798, Paris, Francedied Feb. 9, 1874, Hyres) French nationalist historian. He taught history and philosophy before he was appointed head of the historical section of the Record Office in 1831. His time there provided him with unique resources for his life's work, the 17-volume Histoire de France (183367). His method, an attempt to resurrect the past by immersing his own personality in his narrative, resulted in a historical synthesis of great dramatic power, though the 11 volumes that appeared from 1855 to 1867 are distorted by his hatred of priests and kings, hasty or abusive treatment of documents, and mania for symbolic interpretation. His other works include the vivid and impassioned Histoire de la rvolution franaise, 7 vol. (184753). In his later years he wrote a series of lyrical books on nature, displaying his superb prose style.
 
Published January 11, 2010 by Nabu Press. 460 pages
Genres: History, Nature & Wildlife, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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