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From the invasion of Russia by Napoleon’s Grande Armee in 1812 to the Franco-Russian Alliance of 1882, relations between the two nations in the nineteenth century were bound up in political intrigue and public speculation. The fifty books selected for this collection demonstrate the range of opinion in France about Russia: from French admiration for Russian literature to outrage over the occupation of Poland. Leading figures in French politics and letters such as Barante, Coeurderoy, Custine, Henningsen, Herzen, and Marmier are represented.
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“These testimonies take the historical stories out of the realm of history and place them in the realm of the human.”