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*Read E-pub ä La Sorcière í La sorciere Nouvelle edition J MicheletDate de l edition originale Ce livre est la reproduction fidele d une oeuvre publiee avantet fait partie d une collection de livres reimprimes a la demande editee par Hachette Livre, dans le cadre d un partenariat avec la Bibliotheque nationale de France, offrant l opportunite d acceder a des ouvrages anciens et souvent rares issus des fonds patrimoniaux de la BnFLes oeuvres faisant partie de cette collection ont ete numerisees par la BnF et sont presentes sur Gallica, sa bibliotheque numeriqueEn entreprenant de redonner vie a ces ouvrages au travers d une collection de livres reimprimes a la demande, nous leur donnons la possibilite de rencontrer un public elargi et participons a la transmission de connaissances et de savoirs parfois difficilement accessiblesNous avons cherche a concilier la reproduction fidele d un livre ancien a partir de sa version numerisee avec le souci d un confort de lecture optimal Nous esperons que les ouvrages de cette nouvelle collection vous apporteront entiere satisfactionPour plus d informations, rendez vous sur hachettebnfhttp gallicaf Pour l historienne que je suis, l oeuvre de Jules Michelet est plus prendre finalement comme une analyse de la vision romantique de la sorci re au XIXeme que comme un v ritable travail de recherche historique Une vision de la sorcellerie fantasm e, fausse, compl tement revisit e par de plus r cents travaux. A fascinating book from a historical standpoint Jules Michelet was a renowned French historian and radical, and his politics is evident in the book He sees Medieval witchcraft as a act of rebellion against the oppressive Catholic church It is effectively two books, the first is speculative, and the narrative is quite interesting The second part isof a dry history of the trials and persecutions Largely regarded as inaccurate today, it is still an important work because it was one of th A fascinating book from a historical standpoint Jules Michelet was a renowned French historian and radical, and his politics is evident in the book He sees Medieval witchcraft as a act of rebellion against the oppressive Catholic church It is effectively two books, the first is speculative, and the narrative is quite interesting The second part isof a dry history of the trials and persecutions Largely regarded as inaccurate today, it is still an important work because it was one of the first to look at the occult in a sympathetic manner Uma an lise hist rica muito bem escrita e com bastante informa o isenta de parcialidades Quem se interessa pelo tema do ponto de vista hist rico e sociol gico, este livro precioso preciso percebermos que a realidade que norteava aqueles tempos que o livro descreve, ainda n o desapareceu por completo Da ser importante perceber a psicologia dos medos e das cren as, atrav s de um livro que n o fere susceptibilidades. A fabulous, albeit most likely wholly innacurate rendition of the medieval witch craze I enjoyed this greatly mainly due to Michelet s truly incandescent narrative flair The French writers I have read seem to have truly unique and inflammatory voices, often radical and often saturated with a festering nihilism an abhorence of humanity in all it s grossness and grotesqueness.This would be enjoyed by anyone who enjoyed Lautreamont or Huysmans, as it surges with a very similar repugnance for hu A fabulous, albeit most likely wholly innacurate rendition of the medieval witch craze I enjoyed this greatly mainly due to Michelet s truly incandescent narrative flair The French writers I have read seem to have truly unique and inflammatory voices, often radical and often saturated with a festering nihilism an abhorence of humanity in all it s grossness and grotesqueness.This would be enjoyed by anyone who enjoyed Lautreamont or Huysmans, as it surges with a very similar repugnance for human life and revels in the foulness of damned souls, perversions and the black arts, with a philosophical spin.Michelet creates a wholly original spin on the topic through his choice of presenting the book almost as a fictional account The story of the witch is developed through the initial half of the book the latter dealing with analysis of specific French trials Hugely enjoyable, but to be consumed with a generous pinch of salt maybe throw it over your shoulder for good luck afterwards