Rousseau, Robespierre, and English Romanticism

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Index
Adolphus, John
Biographical Memoirs of the French Revolution17
on Brissot 67, 192
on Robespierre 46
on 22 Prairial 97
D'Alembert, Jean 32
Alexander the Great, as a model of chivalry 78–9
Analytical Review57, 120
Arasse, Daniel 71
Arendt, Hannah 40, 61
Athens 24 (see also Geneva, Sparta, Rome)
autobiography (see also confession) 176, 178, 222
politics of confession 9–11, 50–4, 61, 74–5
as a denial of history 178–82
spiritual autobiography, seventeenthcentury tradition of 49
Bainbridge, Simon 217
Baker, Keith Michael 25
Barère, Bertrand 82
Barrell, John 184
Barruel, Antoine Joseph
Mémoires pour servir à l'Histoire du Jacobinisme 7–8
Beccaria, Cesare 82
Dr Bell's education system 159
Bentham, Jeremy 140, 151, 155, 197, 211–13, 241 (see also utility theory)
Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation63–4, 66
Pauper Management Improved148–9
attacked by Hazlitt 211–3, 228–9
ideology of legislation 69, 85
Blackstone, William 83
Blackwood's Magazine236
Bloom, Allan 4
Bonaparte, Napoleon 2, 16–17, 193, 217, 245
Brissot, Jacques-Pierre (Girondin leader), 8, 40
attacked by Robespierre 32
belligerent rhetoric of 163
influence of Rousseau 47
political hypocrisy of 67, 192
Bromwich, David 210
Brutus, Marcus (the republican regicide) 67, 171
Bunyan, John 49
Burke, Edmund 13, 14, 17, 56, 76–7, 122, 124–5, 171, 177, 193, 209, 213, 214, 215, 218, 220, 230, 241, 242
on moral paradoxes of the Jacobins, 41
attack on Rousseau 54–5
concept of 'chivalry' 78
concept of 'manners' 94
defence of 'prejudice' 80–1
critique of revolutionary ideology of legislation 94–5
and Wordsworth 180–2
similarities with Rousseau 4, 182
supposed influence upon The Prelude189
Hazlitt's literary admiration of 219
Hazlitt's imitation of 229
Buzot, François (Girondin martyr) 128–9
Byron, Lord George Gordon 235, 238
Childe Harolde's Pilgrimage240
and 'Coriolanus' principle 219, 220
Caesar, Julius 43, 171
Carbonnières, Ramond de 166
Carlyle, Thomas 106, 145
Carrier, Joseph 70–1
Chandler, James 180–1, 189, 200
Chateaubriand, François René de
Essai sur les Révolutions170–1, 193
chivalry, as a concept and an ideology
in Burke 78–80
in Caleb Williams91–2
in de Staël 93
parodied by Hazlitt 235, 242
city state 25
Clark, J. P. 85

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