Oeuvre critique, tome I: Les Oeuvres et les Hommes.

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Voici le premier volume d'un ouvrage qui doit en avoir beaucoup d'autres si la vie, avec ses ironies et ses trahisons ordinaires, permet a l'auteur de realiser, au moins en partie, l'idee qu'il a en lui depuis longtemps. Cette idee serait de dresser dans un cadre, qui prendrait chaque annee plus de profondeur et d'espace, l'inventaire intellectuel du XIXe siecle. Ce serait, en un mot, de faire pour la litterature du XIXe siecle ce que La Harpe, plus ambitieux que puissant, essaya de faire pour la litterature ...
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Voici le premier volume d'un ouvrage qui doit en avoir beaucoup d'autres si la vie, avec ses ironies et ses trahisons ordinaires, permet a l'auteur de realiser, au moins en partie, l'idee qu'il a en lui depuis longtemps. Cette idee serait de dresser dans un cadre, qui prendrait chaque annee plus de profondeur et d'espace, l'inventaire intellectuel du XIXe siecle. Ce serait, en un mot, de faire pour la litterature du XIXe siecle ce que La Harpe, plus ambitieux que puissant, essaya de faire pour la litterature francaise tout entiere [...]. Malheureusement, il fallait, pour realiser l'idee de La Harpe, etre un geant de critique et d'erudition, et cette plante-la ne pousse gueres dans le pot, a fleurs de rhetorique, d'un Athenee... Je ne veux pas dire du mal de La Harpe. On n'en a que trop dit... [...] Mais enfin La Harpe a manque, avec talent, ce qu'il voulait faire, et il fallait reussir. L'Auteur des oeuvres et des Hommes reussira-t-il? Barbey d'Aurevilly
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Table of Contents

Introduction generale, par Pierre Glaudes

Principes d'edition, par Pierre Glaudes et Catherine Mayaux

Avertissement

I. LES PHILOSOPHES ET LES ECRIVAINS RELIGIEUX, texte etabli, presente et annote par Josette Soutet

Introduction, par Josette Soutet

Notice

Preface

I. Saint Thomas d'Aquin

II. Jean Reynaud

III. Donoso Cortes

IV. Saisset

V. Saint-Rene Taillandier

VI. Jules Simon

VII. Vera

VIII. Du mysticisme et de Saint-Martin

IX. L'abbe Mitraud

X. Ernest Renan

XI. Gorini

XII. MM. Doublet et Taine

XIII. Pascal

XIV. M. Auguste Martin

XV. Vauvenargues

XVI. Buffon

XVII. Saint-Bonnet

XVIII. Lacordaire

XIX. Abailard

XX. M. de Montalembert

XXI. Philosophie positive

XXII. Philosophie politique

XXIII. P. Enfantin

XXIV. Alexandre de Humboldt

XXV. Le pere Ventura

XXVI. Medecine Tessier

XXVII. Silvio Pellico

XXVIII. M. Flourens

XXIX. M. Eugene Pelletan

XXX. Saint Anselme de Cantorbery

XXXI. Sainte Terese

XXXII. L'Internelle consolacion

Variantes

II. LES HISTORIENS POLITIQUES ET LITTERAIRES, texte etabli, presente et annote par Joel Dupont

Introduction, par Joel Dupont

Notice

I. Historiographes et historiens

II. M. Capefigue

III. M. Michelet

IV. M. Henri Martin

V. M. Amedee Thierry

VI. M. Roselly de Lorgues

VII. M. Ferrari

VIII. M. de Chalambert

IX. Memoirs de Saint-Simon

X. M. Nettement

XI. MM. Mignet et Pichot

XII. Marie-Antoinette

XIII. M. Nicolardot

XIV. Vaublanc

XV. M. Dargaud

XVI. M. E. Forgues .

XVII. Memoires du duc de Luynes

XVIII. J.-M. Audin

XIX. M. Cousin

Variantes

III.LES POETES, texte etabli, presente et annote par Marie-Catherine Huet-Brichard

Introduction, par Marie-Catherine Huet-Brichard

Notice

Preface

I. M. Victor Hugo

II. M. de Vigny

III. M. Th. Gautier

IV. Brizeux

V. M. Sainte-Beuve

VI. M. Roger de Beauvoir

VII. Mme Desbordes-Valmore

VIII. M. Mistral

IX. M. Soulary

X. M. Pommier

XI. M. de Banville

XII. M. Le Conte de L'Isle

XIII. Pierre Dupont

XIV. M. J. Autran

XV. M. de Geres

XVI. M. Victor de Laprade

XVII. Mme de Girardin

XVIII. M. Henri Murger

XIX. M. Auguste de Chatillon

XX. M. Edgar Quinet

XXI. M. Louis Bouilhet

XXII. M. Pecontal

XXIII. M. Charles Baudelaire

Variantes

IV. LES ROMANCIERS, texte etabli, presente et annote par Marie-Francoise Melmoux-Montaubin

Introduction, par Marie-Francoise Melmoux-Montaubin

Notice

Preface

I. Honore de Balzac

II. Eugene Sue

III. M. Raymond Brucker

IV. Stendhal

V. M. Gustave Flaubert

VI. M. Jules Sandeau

VII. M. Edmond About

VIII. M. Ernest Feydeau

IX. Paul Feval

X. M. Jules Janin

XI. M. Jules de la Madelene

XII. MM. Jules et Edmond de Goncourt

XIII. M. Deltuf

XIV. M. Charles Didier

XV. M. Duranty

XVI. Deux romans scandaleux

XVII. M. Malot et M. Erckmann-Chatrian

XVIII. M. Armand Pommier

XIX. M. Ch. Bataille et M. E. Rasetti

XX. M. Theophile Gautier

XXI. Les Memoires d'une femme de chambre (sans nom d'auteur.)

XXII. M. Prosper Merimee

XXIII. Edgar Poe

XXIV. G.-A. Lawrence

XXV. Gogol

Variantes

Index des noms de personnes

Index des oeuvres

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