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The PS122m glass and polished aluminium building sits on a disused mine, housing hundreds of exhibits from the Louvre, including Eugene Delacroix's "Liberty Leading the People" a painting commemorating the 1830 revolution.
Feminist admirers subsequently depicted her as a free woman escaping an unhappy marriage, but Rogers pleads for a political reading of Luce's motivations, speculating about exposure to utopian socialist ideas in the wake of the July 1830 Revolution.
The book's basic thesis is that the French invented European socialism in the 1830 revolution, and that it was not the product of 19th century unionism--working people fighting for specific decent labor conditions--but of the 19th century equivalent of hippies, who did not like the idea of having to work at all.
The Requiem was composed in 1837 after Adrien de Gasparin, France's Minister of the Interior, asked Berlioz to write a Requiem Mass to remember the soldiers who died in the July 1830 Revolution.
23) At the moment he wrote this letter, Monfalcon was also having to digest another major disappointment: he had been thwarted in his hope to be named editor of the Precurseur, the liberal newspaper whose heroic defiance of Charles X's attempted constitutional coup had made it the symbol of the 1830 Revolution in Lyon.
The 1830 Revolution and the rise of republicanism marked the midpoint in the city's universalizing power.
Lyons was one of the first Continental European cities to undergo the upheavals associated with urbanization and industrialization, and its cultural field was large enough to support a small community of journalists and a significant number of newspapers between the 1830 revolution and the crackdown on the press of September 1835.
Her performance of this role in an effort to reclaim the throne for her son after the July 1830 revolution seems anticlimactic in the author's narrative, but Margadant does provide good evidence that, for legitimists, the duchess embodied a notion of royal motherhood more consonant with the bourgeois ideals of her time.
In this focus, her work is complementary to Patricia Pilbream's work on the 1830 Revolution (New York, 1991), which studies anticlerical popular protest after 1830, yet differs in that Kroen argues that the struggles between Church and State are to be sought much earlier than hitherto claimed.
He persuaded the leaders of the 1830 revolution to accept Louis Philippe as their monarch, saying the famous words: " Take him, he will make the best of republics.
He left Paris during the turmoils of the 1830 revolution and at twenty headed for London.