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Victor Considerant and the Rise and Fall of French Romantic Socialism$
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Jonathan Beecher

Print publication date: 2001

Print ISBN-13: 9780520222977

Published to California Scholarship Online: March 2012

DOI: 10.1525/california/9780520222977.001.0001

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Ghost of the Latin Quarter

Ghost of the Latin Quarter

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(p.424) 18 Ghost of the Latin Quarter
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Victor Considerant and the Rise and Fall of French Romantic Socialism
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Jonathan Beecher

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University of California Press
DOI:10.1525/california/9780520222977.003.0019

This chapter focuses on Victor Considerant's return to the Latin Quarter in Paris, France, where he had lived about a decade earlier. During this time Considerant lost the habit of writing and public speaking and his basic assumptions and intellectual thought were already out of step with the left. Despite this, he was often invited to write articles, run for public office, and give public lectures during the 1870s. Considerant died on December 27, 1893, and one of the most memorable speeches at his funeral was that of Hippolyte Destrem who movingly evoked Considerant's role in the creation of the École sociétaire.

Keywords:   Victor Considerant, Latin Quarter, Paris, France, public speaking, public lectures, death, Hippolyte Destrem, École sociétaire

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