Roger Williams (ed.) The Commune of Paris, 1871.

Biblioteca / 1960-1969

Roger Williams (ed.) The Commune of Paris, 1871.

Nueva York: John Wiley, 1969, 120 páginas.

CONTENTS

Introduction

Part I

Eyewitness Accounts, Memoirs, and Histories Representing Different Viewpoints

Communard

1 – Prosper-Olivier Lissagaray

2 – Gustave Lefrancais

3 – Charles Amouroux

Republican

4 – Ludovic Halévy

5 – Emile Zola

6 – Edmond de Goncourt

Versaillese

7 – Maxime Du Camp

8 – Jules Claretir

Part II

Mayor Early Interpretations that Contributed to Mythologies about the Commune

1 – Karl Marx: The Socialist Myth

2 – The Daru Report: The Reactionary Myth

Part III

Recent Histories that Reflect Current Interpretations of the Commune

1 – Frank Jellinek: Leftist View of the 1930’s

2 – M. Winock and J.-P. Azéma: Non-Marxian French Socialist View

3 – Jacques Chastenet: Moderate Conservative View

4 – Alfred Cobban: Liberal View

5 – Sir Denis Brogan: Liberal View

6 – David Thomson: Liberal View

Notes on Further Reading

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