Pierre Nora: the difference between historical and romantic history

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Pierre Nora: the difference between historical and romantic history

Pierre Nora: the difference between historical and romantic history

The historian Pierre NORA reacts to the words of the historian Jean CHESNEAUX, author of the book "Du passé, font, table rase" on the end of history, "the need for stories among the people" and evokes the figure of Robespierre made by Claude MANCERON in his historical series romanesque "The men of freedom" dedicated to the French Revolution. He explains the differences between historical and romantic history.

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File : Pierre Nora

Publication date : 17 September 1976

Reference:
I22250837
Credits:
Producteur: Antenne 2   -   Director : Kahane, Roger  -  Producer : Pivot, Bernard  -  Presenter : Pivot, Bernard  -  Participant : Nora, Pierre
Origin:
Apostrophes   -   Producteur: Antenne 2
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Turnkey

Reference:I22250837

Credits:Director : Kahane, Roger-Producer : Pivot, Bernard-Presenter : Pivot, Bernard-Participant : Nora, Pierre

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