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 (mēsh-ə-lā′, mēsh-lā′), Jules 1798-1874.
French historian noted for his lively 17-volume Histoire de France (1833-1867).


(French miʃəle)
(Biography) Jules (ʒyl). 1798–1874, French historian, noted esp for his Histoire de France (17 vols, 1833–67)



Jules, 1798–1874, French historian.
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It is upon these banks, and on these waters, says Michelet, that man is renewed in one of the most powerful climates of the globe.
They went up to the library for coffee, and Archer lit a cigar and took down a volume of Michelet.
Dans la premiere, Michelet decrit--au present--la Sorciere : elle << regarde le couchant ; mais justement ce couchant sombre donne longtemps avant l'aurore (comme il arrive aux pics des Alpes), une aube anticipee du jour.
While there is an element of chance in this common reference, a closer look reveals that Michelet was no random choice in the political climate of the fifties.
Atofina, 4-8 cours Michelet La Defense 10, F-92091 Paris La Defense Cedex, France, Metropolitane; www.
Another group of historians were the female half of "author-teams" such as Anthenais Michelet who through twenty-six years of marriage to Jules Michelet "did research and reported on it, wrote sections of Jules's book, discussed projects and recorded details of their daily conversations on topics for book, and offered her judgments on the work that was published under his name.
Aunque los balleneros digan lo contrario, para Michelet cuando estos mamiferos practican el sexo se alejan de su habitual entorno.
During that same period, the historian Jules Michelet declared, "Thanks to the railway, the medicine of the future will be a preventive emigration.
Jules Michelet (1798-1874) was, and is, a major test case in defining the shifting relationships between History and Literature as cultural practices from the 1830s, especially as genres and as academic disciplines.
Michelet as mediator--between the past and the present, Western European culture and Slavic culture, German literature and French history, the East and the West, and intellectuals and the general public--is a rubric fitting many contributions to the anthology.