Clio (French) Paperback. by Charles Péguy (Author).
Charles Péguy (1873-1914) a probablement écrit Clio dès 1909 et l'a repris en 1912, mais ce traité en forme de dialogue n'a paru qu'après sa mort, en 1917
Charles Péguy (1873-1914) a probablement écrit Clio dès 1909 et l'a repris en 1912, mais ce traité en forme de dialogue n'a paru qu'après sa mort, en 1917. Il donne la parole à la muse de l'Histoire, peinte comme une incarnation dérisoire des méthodes historiques modernes.
His two main philosophies were socialism and nationalism, but by 1908 at the latest, after years of uneasy agnosticism, he had become a believing but non-practicing Roman Catholic. From that time, Catholicism strongly influenced his works.
29 July at 20:07 ·. Je suis mort pour la France, immortel pour la poésie.
PagesPublic figureAuthorCharles Peguy. English (UK) · Русский · Українська · Suomi · Español. 29 July at 20:07 ·. Inflétrissables alexandrins, éternelle mélopée, irrémédiable appel. Ecoutez les, comme ils marchent de leur pas cadencé : mes vers de tous leurs pieds savent chanter. 6 September 2017 ·. Vous nous voyez debout parmi les nations.
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Péguy ultimately ended his support after he began viewing Jaurès as a traitor to the nation .
Péguy ultimately ended his support after he began viewing Jaurès as a traitor to the nation and to socialism. In the Cahiers, Péguy published not only his own essays and poetry, but also works by important contemporary authors such as Romain Rolland. He died in battle, shot in the forehead, in Villeroy, Seine-et-Marne during World War I, on the day before the beginning of the Battle of the Marne
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Charles Pierre Péguy was a French poet and author. Charles Pierre Péguy was a fervent Roman Catholic, patriot, and social reformer. The 8,000 verses of Eve (1913), completed a few months before his death, were written in unbroken Alexandrines. But Péguy's phrasing was still the solemn and repetitious sort associated with a litany. Charles Péguy enlisted on the first day of World War I and shortly afterward was killed leading his men in a charge in the Battle of the Marne on September 5, 1914. Gallery of Charles Péguy.
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Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Seller Inventory GRP91845478. Published by Gallimard (1980).