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Dates 4 September 1955 – 13 June 1956
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Final positions
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Chapter XVII. The Seventeenth and Last:

Cosi vince Goffredo!
"Gerusal. Lib." cant. XX. 44.


Last chapter! Strap in, there's a lot of ground to cover!

The author goes back to not referencing the sex of the child. Even though he revealed in a previous chapter it's a girl. Probably he didn't intend to make that reveal, but it slipped through the editing process. Probably we were never meant to know the sex.

For some reason, it didn't immediately occur to me that the Italian woman there near the end of the chapter shouting about Clarence was Fillide going on about Glydon. The book rarely refers to Glyndon by his first name, so hearing it out of nowhere, his role in the story having concluded several chapters prior, it just didn't immediately strike me what was going on with that bit. Obviously I did finally figure it out, just took a few moments.

You can just imagine Nicot screaming like a hysterical little girl when his turn came... LOL! It's horrific what was being done, yes, but however it happens, when your time does finally come, you should do your best to meet your end with dignity.

The picture used is "Robespierre going to the guillotine", oil on canvas by Alfred Mouillard, 1884.

Robespierre is the one with his head wrapped up. For having taken a bullet to the head (the author here suggests attempted suicide, others suggest he might have been shot by Charles-André Meda (one of the officers occupying the Hôtel de Ville), the record is unfortunately unclear), it shattered his jaw. The good news (for him) is, he didn't have to suffer the pain and bother of the broken jaw for very long! D:

I thought about using the depiction of Robespierre's beheading, but wasn't sure how Youtube would handle it. Sure, it's a famous and important historical painting, but Youtube doesn't always care such things. So I decided not to risk it and went with this instead.

To follow along: https://www.gutenberg.org/files/2664/2664-h/2664-h.htm#link2HCH0081

3 weeks, 2 days ago

Em Paris há zonas da cidade totalmente controladas pelos imigrantes. Um grupo de cidadãos franceses decidiu que tinha que fazer alguma coisa.

3 weeks, 2 days ago

Chapter XVI:

Und den Mordstahl seh' ich blinken;
Und das Mörderauge glühn!


Regarding the prison muster roll, the author gives us this footnote: Called, in the mocking jargon of the day, "The Evening Gazette."

Danton's thought that death is nothingness comes with this footnote from the author: "Ma demeure sera bientôt le néant", said Danton before his judges.

The French franc was apparently abolished in 1641 in favor of the gold louis and the silver écu, and wasn't restored to usage until 1795. Our story is set in 1794. So the author referencing the value of the diamond in francs in not actually appropriate. Now since the author is referring to francs, we have to assume he is basing it on the then current (1842) franc for the audience of his day to reference against. In 1842, a French franc would have been 290 mg of fine gold (0.01 ounces). In 1842, one ounce of fine gold was worth 4.25 pounds sterling, or 20.67 USD. 0.01 ounce obviously becomes £0.0425 or $0.2067. (Recall in 1842 the British were still using 12 pence to a shilling, and 240 pence to a pound, so we're talking 10.2 pence for a French franc of this period.)

1000 francs, therefore, becomes £42.5, or $2,067 USD in 1842 currency. 80,000 francs = £3,400 or $16,536. In today's money, that 80,000 francs from 1842 would be in the range of £340K to £4.8 million in 2022, or for USD that's $456K to $12.8 million.

Now if I've done everything correctly, given the current pound to dollar exchange rate as of the day of recording, £340K is 429K USD, so pretty close. There is a little bit of rounding I did in a few places that probably explains most of that difference, and then the present value calculation only went up to the end of 2022, so it's missing 5 months of data, which probably explains the rest.

Even at the low end, that's quite a hefty bribe for a lowly prison guard, and at the high end, that's an insanely massive bribe! But, when you expect to die in a few hours anyways, what does your own wealth matter to you any more at that point? May as well give it away to gain what favors you still want or need, eh?

In any event, while it is not stated, I would not be surprised if Mejnor saw fit to see to Viola's (and thus the baby's) financial security. It seems these mystics have insane wealth (they have, after all, had thousands of years to accumulate it...), and it would no doubt be but small change to Mejnour to set Viola up for life, thereby giving Zanoni's child a strong starting position in life.

The picture used is "Calling Out the Last Victims of the Terror at Saint Lazare Prison on the 7-9 Thermidor 1794" by Charles Louis Müller

To follow along: https://www.gutenberg.org/files/2664/2664-h/2664-h.htm#link2HCH0080

3 weeks, 2 days ago

Chapter XV:

Il ne veulent plus perdre un moment d'une nuit si précieuse.
Lacretelle, Tom. XII.


In concluding the opening description of Dumas, the author gives us this footnote: Dumas was a Beau in his way. His gala-dress was a blood-red coat, with the finest ruffles.

Madame de Lamballe is Marie Thérèse Louise of Savoy, Princesse de Lamballe. Or was, as she was executed in 1792, almost two years prior to the events of this chapter.

fournée: batch

Je pense, citoyens, que vous etes convaincus du crime des accuses? - I think, citizens, that you are convinced of the crime of the accused.

Vive le Vertueux Robespierre, la Colonne de la Republique! - Long life to the virtuous Robespierre, the pillar of the Republic!

eau de vie: brandy

métier: job

atrabilious: melancholy or ill-tempered

Regarding André Chenier, we have this footnote from the author: His brother is said, indeed, to have contributed to the condemnation of this virtuous and illustrious person. He was heard to cry aloud, "Si mon frère est coupable, qu'il périsse". This brother, Marie-Joseph, also a poet, and the author of "Charles IX.," so celebrated in the earlier days of the Revolution, enjoyed, of course, according to the wonted justice of the world, a triumphant career, and was proclaimed in the Champ de Mars "le premier de poëtes Francais," - a title due to his murdered brother.

Where Fouquier says he never ventures out without an escort, we get this footnote from the author: During the latter part of the Reign of Terror, Fouquier rarely stirred out at night, and never without an escort. In the Reign of Terror those most terrified were its kings.

Zanoni and Dumas met way back in Book 1, chapter 8. Zanoni had saved an old man from being poisoned by his adopted son (who we learn in this chapter is apparently Jean Nicot), and the old man had a cousin who came to check on him afterwards with Zanoni present at the meeting, that cousin being Rene Dumas.

The picture used is of Antoine Quentin Fouquier de Tinville, by Bonarov, used here under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/deed.en).

Rather curiously, there doesn't seem to be any pictures of René-François Dumas, which is what I really wanted to use for the picture for this chapter. Fortunately we do have at least the public accuser, and he is rather important to this chapter as well, so there you go.

To follow along: https://www.gutenberg.org/files/2664/2664-h/2664-h.htm#link2HCH0079

3 weeks, 3 days ago

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3 weeks, 4 days ago

Chapter XIV:

Dann zur Blumenflor der Sterne
Aufgeschauet liebewarm,
Fass' ihn freundlich Arm in Arm
Trag' ihn in die blaue Ferne.
-Uhland, "An den Tod."


We get a lengthy footnote from the author, regarding this passage: "how Human Improvement, rushing through civilisation, crushes in its march all who cannot grapple to its wheels", the author tells us: "You colonise the lands of the savage with the Anglo-Saxon,-you civilise that portion of THE EARTH; but is the SAVAGE civilised? He is exterminated! You accumulate machinery,-you increase the total of wealth; but what becomes of the labour you displace? One generation is sacrificed to the next. You diffuse knowledge,-and the world seems to grow brighter; but Discontent at Poverty replaces Ignorance, happy with its crust. Every improvement, every advancement in civilisation, injures some, to benefit others, and either cherishes the want of to-day, or prepares the revolution of to-morrow." -Stephen Montague.

The picture used is "Elemental Plane of Air - Image base for 3D" by mah4t, used here under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/).

To follow along: https://www.gutenberg.org/files/2664/2664-h/2664-h.htm#link2HCH0078

3 weeks, 5 days ago

Chapter XIII:

Erde mag zurück in Erde stäuben;
Fliegt der Geist doch aus dem morschen Haus.
Seine Asche mag der Sturmwind treiben,
Sein Leben dauert ewig aus!


Tribune, in this case, is likely here to mean not a popular leader or champion of the people, but a raised area or gallery with seats.

fuliginous: sooty, dusky

circumfuse: pour a liquid so as to cause it to surround something

"as men, before they die, see and comprehend the enigmas hidden from them before" has a footnote attached to it: The greatest poet, and one of the noblest thinkers, of the last age, said, on his death-bed, "Many things obscure to me before, now clear up, and become visible." -See the "Life of Schiller."

And finally, FINALLY, we are given the sex of the child: a daughter.

To follow along: https://www.gutenberg.org/files/2664/2664-h/2664-h.htm#link2HCH0077

3 weeks, 6 days ago

Chapter XII:

Auprès d'un corps aussi avili que la Convention, il restait des
chances pour que Robespierre sortit vainqueur de cette lutte.
Lacretelle, volume xii.


canaille: well, lots of translations for this one: the common people; the masses; the rabble or riffraff; scoundrels; or a bit more modern, the proletarian

The picture used is an engraved portrait of Maximilien Robespierre by Gilles-Louis Chrétien from a physionotrace drawing by Jean-Baptiste Fouquet, made at their studio in the Cloître Saint-Honoré, Paris 1792. The caption reads: "L'incorruptible Robespierre – Député à l'Ass.blée Nati.ale constituante" and "Dess. p. Fouquet. gr. p. Chrétien inv. du physionotrace Cloître St. Honoré à Paris en 1792". Published in Hippolyte Buffenoir, Les portraits de Robespierre (Paris, 1910)

Most of the 1794 pictures of Robespierre depict him being arrested or at the guillotine or some such, I didn't find any portraits. I didn't look very hard, admittedly, but this 1792 portrait was the latest portrait I could readily find.

To follow along: https://www.gutenberg.org/files/2664/2664-h/2664-h.htm#link2HCH0076

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Chapter XI:

Le lendemain, 8 Thermidor, Robespierre se décida à prononcer son fameux discours.
-Thiers, "Hist. de la Révolution."


calumniate: make false and defamatory statements about

Regarding Couthon being permitted to speak from his seat, we have this footnote from the author: M. Thiers in his History, Vol IV. p 79, makes a curious blunder: he says, "Couthon s'élance à la tribune." Poor Couthon! whose half body was dead, and who was always wheeled in his chair into the Convention, and spoke sitting.

The picture used is "The Fall of Robespierre in the Convention on 27 July 1794" by Max Adamo.

To follow along: https://www.gutenberg.org/files/2664/2664-h/2664-h.htm#link2HCH0075

4 weeks, 1 day ago

Chapter X:

Quid mirare meas tot in uno corpore formas!


The picture used is "Massacres des 2 et 3 septembre 1792" by Auguste Raffet. Work with me here and imagine it to be the crowd assembled outside Robespierre's dwelling getting into the tussle with the Jacobins who are trying to arrest Nicot.

To follow along: https://www.gutenberg.org/files/2664/2664-h/2664-h.htm#link2HCH0074

1 month ago

Chapter IX:

Think not my magic wonders wrought by aid
Of Stygian angels summoned up from hell;
Scorned and accursed be those who have essay'd
Her gloomy Dives and Afrites to compel.
But by perception of the secret powers
Of mineral springs in Nature's inmost cell,
Of herbs in curtain of her greenest bowers,
And of the moving stars o'er mountain tops and towers.
Wiffen's "Translation of Tasso," cant. XIV. 43.


The line "crowned with flowers culled in Paradise." gets a footnote from the author telling us which Christian Poet he is refering to: -- l'aurea testa Di rose colte in Paradiso infiora. Tasso, "Gerusal. Lib." IV. l

Tasso: Torquato Tasso, 16th century Italian poet most famous for his "Gerusalemme Liberata". Apparently he was very popular right up until the start of 20th century. Hence when Zanoni invokes the poet here, recalling the current timeframe in the story in 1794, we can expect an artist like Glyndon to be familiar with Tasso.

Footnote from the author about the Stygian Rebels: See this remarkable passage, which does indeed not unfaithfully represent the doctrine of the Pythagorean and the Platonist, in Tasso, cant. XIV. stanzas 41. to 47. ("Gerusal. Lib.") They are beautifully translated by Wiffen.

Footnote after "They fancied an affinity existing among all the works of Nature, and that in the lowliest lay the secret attraction that might conduct them upward to the loftiest.": Agreeably, it would seem, to the notion of Iamblichus and Plotinus, that the universe is as an animal; so that there is sympathy and communication between one part and the other; in the smallest part may be the subtlest nerve. And hence the universal magnetism of Nature. But man contemplates the universe as an animalcule would an elephant. The animalcule, seeing scarcely the tip of the hoof, would be incapable of comprehending that the trunk belonged to the same creature - that the effect produced upon one extremity would be felt in an instant by the other.

"There is a principle of the soul superior to all external nature ... with which it blends and mingles." - citation from the author: From Iamblichus, "On the Mysteries," cap. 7, sect. 7.

"If they could conquer Death, why live they not yet?" - we get a footnote reminder from the author here: Glyndon appears to forget that Mejnour had before answered the very question which his doubts here a second time suggest.

The picture used is of Nabonidus, king of Babylonia; slab in the British Museum. Photo by Jona lendering, used here under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en).

Nabonidus is considered to be the last king of the Chaldean Dynasty of Chaldean Empire, better known today as the Neo-Babylonian Empire. Where the Chaldean Dynasty was founded in 626 BC, it ended with Nabonidus in 539 BC.

To follow along: https://www.gutenberg.org/files/2664/2664-h/2664-h.htm#link2HCH0073

There was some rainfall part way though, but I don't think it was quite loud enough to be picked up. I hear in the recording because I know it's there and where it is, but I doubt you will notice it.

1 month ago

Chapter VIII:

Le glaive est contre toi tourné de toutes partes.
La Harpe, "Jeanne de Naples," Act IV. sc. IV.


The picture used is the Quai de l'Horloge in the 1st Arrondissement of Paris. This image shows the Hôtel-Dieu Hospital, the Tribunal de Commerce, the Conciergerie and the Court of Cassation of France, photo by DXR (Daniel Vorndran), used here under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/deed.en).

So it's not mansions, but it is a quay in central Paris with fancy buildings along it that look like they could be mansions.

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1 month ago

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1 month ago

Chapter VII:

Constitutum est ut quisquis eum hominem, dixisset, fuisse, capitalem penderet poenam.
St. Augustine - "Of the God Serapis," l. 18, de civ. Dei, c. 5.


Now we are getting into needless use of French. "Fauteuil"? Seriously? That's an armchair. Sure, it's a specific style of armchair, but that's not important or even relevant!

Legendre, in this context, is going to be Louis Legendre, not Adrien-Marie Legendre.

Bourreau de ton pays, lis l'arret de ton chatiment: Executioner of thy country, read the decree of thy punishment

portefeuille: portfolio (more typically a wallet, but not here). Another needless use of French for the sake of using French. Bah.

the published collection (of letters) is footnoted with: "Papiers inédits," &c., Vol II. p. 156.

dans sa derniere course: in his last round

sur le sopha de la presidence: on the sofa of the presidency

"Better to be a fisherman than to govern men" gets a footnote from the author: "Il vaudrait mieux," said Danton, in his dungeon, "être un pauvre pècheur que de gouverner les hommes."

toi qui eclaires l'univers: Thou who enlightenest the world.

Anarcharsis Clootz: Jean-Baptiste du Val-de-Grâce, baron de Cloots, a Prussian nobleman, world federalist, and international anarchist. He was executed in 1794 with other Hébertist leaders, on blatantly trumped up charges.

Regarding playing with a solitary victim, we get another footnote from the author: The most detestable anecdote of this peculiar hypocrisy in Robespierre is that in which he is recorded to have tenderly pressed the hand of his old school-friend, Camille Desmoulins, the day that he signed the warrant for his arrest.

valetudinarian: a person who is unduly anxious about their health

I really don't know who Guérin is supposed to be. I can't find any reference to a Guérin who worked for Robespierre as a spy master. There are some notable Frenchmen appropriate to this time frame with that name, such as artists like Christophe Guérin or François Guérin or Jean-Urbain Guérin or Pierre-Narcisse Guérin, but none of them have anything in their background to suggest being a spy, or even of personally knowing Robespierre at all. For all the very real historical figures Bulwer-Lytton has been particular to employ here, it is very odd for him to have a completely fictional character like that among the cast surrounding Robespierre.

The picture used is of the Triumvirate of Robespierre, Couthon, and Saint-Just, 1794. Just imagine that Saint-Just there is actually Guerin ;-)

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1 month ago

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1 month ago

Chapter VI:

Vider picciola nave; e in poppa quella
Che guidar gli dovea, fatal Donzella.
"Gerusal. Lib.," cant. XV. 3.

Post ignem aetherea domo
Subductum, macies et nova febrium
Terris incubuit cohors.


le joli Polichinelle: A variant spelling of Pulcinella, a character that originated in commedia dell'arte of the 17th century and became a stock character in Neapolitan puppetry.

When Nicot uses "thee" to one of the people in the crowd, the author gives us this footnote on that usage: The courteous use of the plural was proscribed at Paris. The Sociétiés Populaires had decided that whoever used it should be prosecuted as suspect et adulateur! At the door of the public administrations and popular societies was written up, “Ici on s'honore du Citoyen, et on se tutoye”!!! Take away Murder from the French Revolution and it becomes the greatest farce ever played before the angels!

And "the National Window" gets a footnote telling us that means the guillotine.

Dom Gerle: Christophe Antoine Gerle

"On ne peut être ami du peuple et habiter un palais.” - this phrase comes with a footnote from the author: "Papiers inedits, trouvés chez Robespierre, &c.," vol. II. p. 132.

On the name of Henriot, we get another footnote from the author: Or Hanriot. It is singular how undetermined are not only the characters of the French Revolution, but even the spelling of their names. With the historians it is Vergniaud - with the journalists of the time it is Vorgniaux. With one authority it is Robespierre - with another Roberspierre.

The picture used is the courtyard of the house of Maurice Duplay (1736-1820), Robespierre's landlord, at No. 366 rue Saint-Honoré in Paris. Robespierre's room was on the second floor, above the fountain.

Unfortunately for me, the spelling of the name used in my book is Dupleix, hence I used the 'x' sound instead of the 'y' it should have been. Oops. Should have looked it up before recording, but I didn't realize the book was going to be accurate to this level of minute detail...

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1 month ago

Chapter V:

--Van seco pur anco
Sdegno ed Amor, quasi due Veltri al fianco.
"Gerusal. Lib.," cant. XX. 117.


Pitt here must be William Pitt the Younger - the youngest and last prime minister of Great Britain from 1783 until the Acts of Union in 1800, and then first prime minister of the United Kingdom from January 1801

Coburg here I believe is a reference to the Austrian nobleman and military general Prince Josias of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld. He was the youngest son of Duke Francis Josias, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld and Princess Anna Sophie of Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt. He was the great-uncle of King Leopold I of Belgium; and the great-great-uncle of Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom.

In 1793 and 1794 he commanded the army in the Austrian Netherlands during the Flanders Campaign, hence the suggestion of his having spies in Paris at this time would make good sense.

Conciergerie was once part of a royal palace (the Palais de la Cité), but during the French Revolution it was taken over by the revolutionaries who used it as a prison and courthouse.

The picture used is "Les Frères Agasse allant au supplice, leurs corps rendus à leur famille : le 8 février 1790" by Pierre Gabriel Berthault, with the Conciergerie featuring prominently in the background.

To follow along: https://www.gutenberg.org/files/2664/2664-h/2664-h.htm#link2HCH0069

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The Franco-Prussian war has catastrophic consequences for European cultural history. France was subsequently radicalized by social justice activists, while the Paris Commune has become the basis for anarchism, communism, feminism, and globalization for every generation of revolutionaries.

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Chapter IV:

Ombra più che di notte, in cui di luce
Raggio misto non è; tutto il cerconda.
. . . .
Nè più il palagio appar, nè più le sue
Vestigia; nè dir puossi - egli qui fue.
"Gerusal. Lib.", cant XVI. 69.


I'm not sure why "Henriot" (who must necessarily be François Hanriot) is described here as "black". All evidence (e.g. paintings and sketches) show he was a typical white Frenchman, so the "black" must refer to something other than race, but what exactly I don't know. If you know your French Revolutionary history better than me and know what this means, please leave a comment below.

tumbril: an open cart that tilted backward to empty out its load, in particular one used to convey condemned prisoners to the guillotine during the French Revolution

I love how the author is so impeccably diligent to never reveal the sex of the baby...

apothegm: a concise saying or maxim; an aphorism

The picture used is the Virgin Mary holding baby Jesus by Franz Bohumil Doubek.

The symbolism in the story is blindingly obvious. But it was, unsurprisingly, too much to ask for a picture of baby Jesus with a halo in a sunbeam. But a picture of Jesus with a halo is easy enough.

To follow along: https://www.gutenberg.org/files/2664/2664-h/2664-h.htm#link2HCH0068

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NOW - Severe clashes in Paris, police hit by firebombs.


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Chapter III:

Liebe sonnt das Reich der Nacht.
Der Triumph der Liebe.


The quote from Cassandra is footnoted for us: Aesch. Agam. 1098.

Lazar: a poor and diseased person, especially one afflicted by a feared, contagious disease such as leprosy. A Lazar House is a hospital for those suffering infectious diseases (especially leprosy).

The picture used is from "The Massacre of the Innocents" by Léon Cogniet, painted in 1824. The painting actually represents the biblical account of infanticide by Herod the Great. I use it here to convey the hunted woman and infant in hiding.

To follow along: https://www.gutenberg.org/files/2664/2664-h/2664-h.htm#link2HCH0067

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Chapter II:

La haine, dans ces lieux, n'a qu'un glaive assassin.
Elle marche dans l'ombre.
La Harpe, "Jeanne de Naples," Act IV. Sc. I.


A 19th century English author making a Frenchman the dastardly villain? Gee, who could ever have seen *that* coming? ;-) And of course, the Englishman gets to be the sensible and honorable one of the whole affair :-)

Unfortunately I couldn't quite capture that French accent as well as I would have liked here. Not that I was ever very good at it, but it's particularly poor this time around. Then again, Nicot is supposed to be quite a changed man at this point given the Revolution has not gone quite as he expected (i.e. he has not been part of the winning faction), so if my voice acting for his part is not the same as it was before, just chalk it up to the changes in the character, not my voice acting!

tocsin - an alarm bell or signal

Les ombres de Danton, d'Hebert, de Chaumette, se promenent parmi nous!: The shades of Danton, Hébert and Chaumette walk amongst us.

Golgotha is the Greek word for Calvary

Footnote from the author concerning Nicot's Party: None were more opposed to the Hebertists than Camille Desmoulins and his friends. It is curious and amusing to see these leaders of the mob, calling the mob "the people" one day, and the "canaille" the next, according as it suits them. "I know," says Camille, "that they (the Hébertists) have all the canaille with them."—(Ils ont toute la canaille pour eux.)

sans-culotte: a lower-class Parisian republican in the French Revolution.

assignat: paper money issued by the Constituent Assembly in France from 1789 to 1796 to address imminent bankruptcy.

The picture used is a painting of a typical sans-culotte by Louis-Léopold Boilly

To follow along: https://www.gutenberg.org/files/2664/2664-h/2664-h.htm#link2HCH0066

1 month, 1 week ago

🔥 2.3 Million people take to the streets of France, riots break out. At least 540 people were arrested during riots during May Day protests against pension reforms in France More than 300 of them were arrested in the capital, said French Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin. 406 police officers and gendarmes were injured, 259 of them in Paris.

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🔥 Hundreds of thousands of people on Monday massed in France on Labour day to vent their anger against President Emmanuel Macron's pension reform, with unions vowing not to stop fighting even after the changes were signed into law.

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Book 7:

Orrida maestà nel fero aspetto
Terrore accresce, e più superbo il rende;
Rosseggian gli occhi, e di veneno infetto
Come infausta cometa, il guardo splende.
Gli involve il mento, e sull 'irsuto petto.
Ispida e folta la gran barbe scende;
E in guisa di voragine profonda
S'apre la bocca d'atro sangue immonda.
Gerusal. Lib., cant. IV. 7.


Chapter I:

Qui suis-je, moi qu'on accuse? Un esclave de la Liberte, un
martyr vivant de la République.
-"Discours de Robespierre, 8 Thermidor."


And now we get into the part of the book that is going to include an awful lot of French. Given I have an especial inability to pronounce French, this is going to be painful, for me to record, and you to listen to. There's nothing for it, it's just a feature of nearly all English-speaking authors of the early 19th century to use lots and lots of French, for some reason. Ugh.

I didn't attempt much in the way of specific voices for these historical figures, nor did I attempt a French accent on them. On top of the existing characters already portrayed, there are too many of these new peeps for me to keep straight any attempts at specific voices.

Lots of footnotes from the author in this one!

I'm not going to document here the people in this chapter, they are all real historical figures of the Revolution that you can look up on your own if you are sufficiently interested.

But some of the mythological imagery on the other hand...

Tithon = Tithonus, a prince of Troy and son of King Laomedon by the naiad Strymo. He was also the lover of Eos, a.k.a. Aurora, the goddess of the dawn. Which is a weird mixing of Greek (Tithon) and Roman (Aurora) by the author here.

"Saturn hath devoured his children" has the footnote: "La Revolution est comme Saturne, elle devorera tous ses enfans." -Vergniaud.

It appears there is no universal agreement on the pronunciation of Moloch, that first 'o' can go several ways, and does depending on the speaker. The hazards of a language that doesn't (or didn't, in ancient times) even have vowels at all in its written form. *boggle*

"amidst the din of the roused Convention, it choked his voice." gets a footnote: "Le sang de Danton t'étouffe!" said Garnier de l'Aube, when on the fatal 9th of Thermidor, Robespierre gasped feebly forth, "Pour la dernière fois, Président des Assassins, je te demande la parôle."

niche apparently has two accepted definitions.

"a beauty almost angelic characterised his features" after which we get this footnote: "Figure d'Ange," says one of his contemporaries, in describing Couthon. The address, drawn up most probably by Payan (Thermidor 9), after the arrest of Robespierre, thus mentions his crippled colleague: "Couthon, ce citoyen vertueux, qui ña que le coeur et la tête de vivants, mais qui les a brûlants de patriotisme."

"which overflowed his affectionate heart." - here we get a very long footnote: This tenderness for some pet animal was by no means peculiar to Couthon; it seems rather a common fashion with the gentle butchers of the Revolution. M. George Duval informs us ("Souvenirs de la Terreur," Vol.III. p.183) that Chaumette had an aviary, to which he devoted his harmless leisure; the murderous Fournier carried, on his shoulders, a pretty little squirrel, attached by a silver chain; Panis bestowed the superfluity of his affections upon two gold pheasants; and Marat, who would not abate one of the three hundred thousand heads he demanded, reared doves! Apropos of the spaniel of Couthon, Duval gives us an amusing anecdote of Sergent, not one of the least relentless agents of the massacre of September. A lady came to implore his protection for one of her relations confined in the Abbaye. He scarcely deigned to speak to her. As she retired in despair, she trod by accident on the paw of his favourite spaniel. Sergent, turning round, enraged and furious, exclaimed, "Madam, have you no humanity!"

"at least, to a susceptible and honest heart!" yields up another footnote: Not to fatigue the reader with annotations, I may here observe that nearly every sentiment ascribed in the text to Robespierre, is to be found expressed in his various discourses.

"Let us strike: the dead alone never return." has the footnote: "Frappons! il ñy a que les morts qui ne revient pas." -Barrère.

One last footnote after the letter to Robespierre there at the very end: See "Papiers inédits trouvés chez Robespierre," &c. - Vol.II. p.155. (No. LX.)

The picture used is "Marat ayant une conversation animée avec Danton et Robespierre" by Alfred Loudet

I couldn't find Robespierre, Danton, and Couthon all in one picture, I could only find two at a time. So I went with this one as it is far more dramatic than the one with Robespierre, Couthon and Saint-Just.

To follow along: https://www.gutenberg.org/files/2664/2664-h/2664-h.htm#link2HCH0065

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NEW: Protesters chasing the police in Paris

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Propheties concernant la destruction de Paris

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Vidéo très complète qui nous relance sur la piste de l'ancien monde à travers une étude approfondie des expositions universelles avec des photos très rares grâce à un chercheur français apparu sur Youtube depuis quelques mois seulement : le retour de Tartaria
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1 month, 2 weeks ago

So I didnt even know DCS was working on this, but they have released an enlarged boundary to their normandy and channel maps and now include London and Paris. There may be some more stuff too like improved sound effects for planes and pilots, not sure though.

1 month, 2 weeks ago

Another weirdo who likes drinking piss.

1 month, 2 weeks ago

Macron wants citizens to believe that there is no more money for pensions?

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JUST IN: Euronext-Gebäude der Pariser Börse von Demonstranten übernommen.
PYRAMIDE wird zusammenbrechen.
Eine Seite des DREIECKS entfernt (das erste Mal in der Geschichte).
Andere Seiten fallen.
JUST IN: Euronext building of Paris stock exchange taken over by protesters.
PYRAMIDE will collapse.
One side of the THREEECKS removed (the first time in history).
Other sides fall.


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NEW - Protestors storm Euronext stock market offices in Paris and call on Macron to resign over reforms.


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NEW - Protestors storm Euronext stock market offices in Paris and call on Macron to resign over reforms.


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A Basílica do Sagrado Coração (ou Sacré-Cœur como é conhecida no Francês) é um templo da Igreja Católica Romana em Paris, sendo, também, o símbolo do bairro de Montemartre, ponto mais alto da cidade.
Construída em mármore travertino, é um dos monumentos mais visitados da França. A basílica tem o formato de cruz grega adornada por quatro cúpulas, incluindo a cúpula central de oitenta metros de altura.
O arquiteto Paul Abadie projetou a basílica depois de vencer um concurso com mais de 77 arquitetos, mas ele morreu em 1884, logo após o início da obra.
Na entrada encontra-se duas estátuas, a de Joana D’Arc e a do rei Luís IX e no seu interior, também é possível ver o maior mosaico do país.
A construção começou em 1875 e foi concluída em 1914, embora a consagração da basílica tenha ocorrido apenas após o final da Primeira Guerra Mundial em 1919.
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Paris Stock Exchange taken over by Protesters.

The French are not stopping - this is the beginning of a worldwide revolution.

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Whoever oppresses the poor to increase his own wealth, or gives to the rich, will only come to poverty.



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The people are standing their ground in Paris.
Look at the size of the crowds!!!
The firefighters 🚒 are joining the people!!

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France, EU, Happening Now: Large crowd now gathering outside Hôtel de Ville in Paris against the pension reform.

France’s top constitutional body, the Conseil constitutionnel, has just approved most of the reform plan today, including the raising of the retirement age, Brendan Gutenschwager reports.


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Clashes between protesters and police on Place de la Bastille in Paris with punches from both sides and an incendiary device explodes on police officers.

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Hundreds of French workers have stormed the Paris headquarters of luxury group LVMH as France continues to be gripped by riots over President Emmanuel Macron's hated pension reforms. Protesters called for the rich to contribute more to financing the state pension, just days after Frenchman Bernard Arnault dethroned Elon Musk as the richest man in the world with his net worth growing more than £40bn ($50bn) to £168bn ($211bn). The French company, which owns Louis Vuitton, Dior and Tiffany & Co, has benefited from a post-pandemic rebound in demand for luxury goods, and its shares have risen nearly 26 per cent since the start of this year, cementing its lead as Europe's most valuable company.

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This is not my favorite video. I just can't stand cell footage over 'film'.
The audio is great at least.
This was a mess of 4:3 and 16:9 footage, and even some 16:9 footage converted to 4:3 sheesh.
There are also a bunch of stills used when cell phone footage was not available.
This was really done as well as could be by someone...they tried at least.
I cropped it down to 16:9...so there are a lot of things that won't look right...
I just couldn't stand the way it was....so, this is my interpretation.
Got To Choose
Hotter Than Hell
Nothin' To Lose
C'mon And Love Me
100,000 Years
Cold Gin
Let Me Go, Rock 'N' Roll
Black Diamond
Rock And Roll All Nite
Shout It Out Loud
Lick It Up
I Love It Loud
I Was Made For Lovin' You
Love Gun
Detroit Rock City

1 month, 4 weeks ago

😈 Yes, Everything the Oromo Demon aka Abiy Ahmed Ali Touches Dies!

2 months ago

💵 The unrest in France is gaining wider proportions every day. Bank attacks are a new dimension to the protests because they see it as a symbol of ruthless capitalism.

2 months ago

Paris France 🇫🇷 Boom 🔥 Anti Pension Reforms, Anti Govt 🔥 Blackrock Headquarters is Under Siege 🔥
World's Largest Asset Management Institution that s owned by and funds the Globalists!! The People take the fight to the 𝙃𝙚𝙖𝙙 𝙤𝙛 𝙏𝙝𝙚 𝙎𝙣𝙖𝙠𝙚...🐍This is going the distance, Long Live The French 🇫🇷
Well done French people! Keep up the good work!!

2 months ago

FRANCE - The orchestra plays before the constitutional court in Paris. Playing the famous, El Pueblo Unido, Jamas Sera Vencido. It means - “The people United will never be divided” All together now in France, demanding they are heard! We hear you ❤️

2 months ago

The most woke, ESG pushing, WEF supporting, corrupt company in the world, Blackrock, had its Paris HQs occupied by French protesters this week...

2 months ago

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They'll tell you it's about new retirement age laws but it goes far deeper than that. Nine million on the streets of France protest Macron's tyranny, a huge victory for the infamous yellow vests. A million on the streets of Tel Aviv... Coincidence? Plus: Trump indictment a distraction? In fact, what isn't a distraction? We need to keep focused and keep fighting.

2 months ago

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2 months ago

💭 Shocking moment Paris police drag France pension reform protester along the ground. Riot police clashed with demonstrators in Paris on Thursday as part of a new round of nationwide protests and strikes against a contentious pension bill. In the capital, protesters targeted La Rotonde, a preferred restaurant of President Emmanuel Macron , whose popularity has soured since his government forced through legislation without a parliamentary vote in March. Hundreds of thousands turned out nationwide today following a breakdown in talks between trade union leaders and French Prime Minister Élisabeth Borne yesterday. Strikes also continue to impact key sectors including education, transport, healthcare and energy. Workers are mobilising against the flagship reform of Macron's second term, which lifts the retirement age by two years to 64 and means that from 2027 workers will have to work for longer to receive full state pension benefits. Thursday's protests mark the 11th nationwide day of civil unrest since the reform plans were first unveiled in January.

👉 Courtesy: DailyMail

2 months ago