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Revolutionary Thought after the Paris Commune, 1871-1885
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Introduction; Part I. The Paris Commune and Accounting for Failure: 1. The commune as Quotidian event; 2. The commune as violent trauma; Part II. Revolution and the Republic: 3. The French revolutionary tradition; 4. Rehabilitating revolution; Part III. Marx, Marxism, and International Socialism: 5. Texts in translation; 6. The origins of Marxism in modern France; Part IV. Empire and Internationalism: 7. Deportation, imperialism, and the Republican State; 8. Exile and universal solidarity; Conclusion.

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The first comprehensive account of revolutionary and socialist thought after the 1871 Paris Commune, France's last nineteenth-century revolution.

About the Author

Julia Nicholls is Lecturer in French and European Studies at King's College London. An intellectual historian of modern France, her research focuses on ideas of freedom and revolution, subjection, and social exclusion. She is particularly interested in how these ideas travelled across European borders and beyond.

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'Revolutionary Thought after the Paris Commune is an excellent contribution to the scholarship on revolutionary ideas and our understanding of 1871 ... the book is well written, based upon a command of primary and secondary sources, and fairly balances both the successes and failures of the post-1871 revolutionary movement.' Casey Harison, European History Quarterly
'This is an important contribution to intellectual and modern French history collections.' G. P. Cox, Choice

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