The Letter in Flora Tristan’s Politics, 1835–1844 by Máire Fedelma Cross

By Máire Fedelma Cross

This leading edge learn analyzes plants Tristan's correspondence with militant republicans, socialists and democrats lively within the July Monarchy. It examines the position of the letter in fostering hyperlinks at a time of an important development of literacy and look for citizenship through the disenfranchised. Combining a gendered research of socialist routine with a textual research of letters it illustrates the power of political tensions in Tristan's communications and the sophistication of political networks at the eve of the 1848 revolution.

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67. Remarks from her diary indicate that she received news of her forthcoming eviction from her Paris flat while she was on her tour of France in July 1844. See Flora Tristan, Le Tour de France. Journal inédit 1843–1844, Préface de Michel Collinet, Notes de Jules L. Puech, Edition de la Tête de Feuilles, 1973, p. 227. 68. Michaud, Flora Tristan, La Paria et son rêve, p. 9. 69. , pp. 8–9. 2 The Making of a Utopian Correspondent Aprés dîner je réponds à Vinçard une lettre de 4 grandes pages, et de bonne encre !

56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. introduction for her acquaintances in French provincial towns for Tristan’s tour of France. See Letters of George Sand, translated and edited by Raphaël Ledos de Beaufort, 3 vols, London, Ward and Downey, 1886. Rabine, ‘Feminist Writers in French Romanticism’, p. 491. , p. 507. , p. 491. Rice-DeFosse, ‘George Sand, Flora Tristan, and the Tour de France’, p. 90. See Peter Ackroyd, London. The Biography, London, Vintage, 2001, pp. 376, 444; Alain Pessin, Le Mythe du peuple et la société française du XIXe siècle, Paris, Presses universitaires de France, 1992, pp.

Woman as 30 The Letter in Flora Tristan’s Politics, 1835–1844 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. , Greenwood Press, 1987, pp. 1–12. Máire Cross, ‘Flora Tristan’s Socialist Propaganda in Provincial France, 1843–1844’, in Bertrand Taithe and Tim Thornton (eds), Propaganda. Political Rhetoric and Identity 1300–2000, Stroud, Sutton Publishing, 1999, pp. 151–65. Máire Cross, ‘Flora Tristan, un exemple à suivre ? Itinéraire d’une femme engagée dans la Cité’, in Femmes dans la Cité 1815–1871, sous la direction d’Alain Corbin, Jacqueline Lalouette and Michèle Riot-Sarcey, Paris, Créaphis, 1997, pp.

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