Giuseppe Ferrari and the Italian Revolution

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University of North Carolina Press, 1979 - 278 pagine
In this first full-length biography of Ferrari, Lovett traces his intellectual development in Milan and describes his twenty years of voluntary exile in Paris. In discussing Ferrari's relationships with French radicals and socialists, Lovett documents the growth of his political consciousness in the 1840s, his gradual commitment to the democratization of European society, and his response to the impact of both the French and Italian revolutions of 1848.



Originally published 1979.



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1 Lombard Roots
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2 Bittersweet France
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The Crucible of 1848
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