By Mary McAuliffe PhD
With the addition of an evocative new preface, Mary McAuliffe takes the reader again to those perilous years following the abrupt cave in of the second one Empire and France's doubtful enterprise into the 3rd Republic. through 1900, Paris had recovered and the Belle Epoque was once in complete flower, however the a long time among have been tough, marked through struggles among republicans and monarchists, the Republic and the Church, and an ongoing financial malaise, darkened via a emerging tide of virulent anti-Semitism.
Yet those similar years additionally witnessed a unprecedented blossoming in artwork, literature, poetry, and track, with the Parisian cultural scene dramatically upended by way of revolutionaries resembling Monet, Zola, Rodin, and Debussy, even whereas Gustave Eiffel was once demanding architectural culture together with his iconic tower.
Through the eyes of those pioneers and others, together with Sarah Bernhardt, Georges Clemenceau, Marie Curie, and César Ritz, we witness their struggles with the forces of culture throughout the ultimate years of a century hurtling in the direction of its shut. via wealthy illustrations and brilliant narrative, McAuliffe brings this brilliant and seminal period to life.
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Dawn of the Belle Epoque: The Paris of Monet, Zola, Bernhardt, Eiffel, Debussy, Clemenceau, and Their Friends by Mary McAuliffe PhD