Renaissance Literature

My first impression was, precisely, to say "Nothing," then, after mature reflection, I replied, "can be Sartre's words, in the same way, The Memoirs of Hadrian by Marguerite Yourcenar." They think that this is not a lot! Then it is necessary to conceive of French literature at the time of incurrence of the Science man […]


Among those who preceded Jean Gagnepain, Marx was the only one who really emphasized this reality, Marx who, as you know, history was not the fact of the historian "professional" (the historian of France, of Art, will the Literature, etc..), but the historian who we all are. What had he seen at the bottom of […]