Le Comite de Surveillance de Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Saint-Esprit-Les-Bayonne.  
  Proces-verbaux et correspondance, 11 Octobre 1793 - 30 Fructidor an II.  

Author Ginsburger, Ernest / Cuzacq, Rene [Intro.]
Place of Publication Paris
Publication Name Librairie Lipschutz
Year 1934
Language(s) French
EXTREMELY RARE account of the debate around the French philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau during the first years of the French revolution, which ended with the re-burial of his remains in the Panthéon. Written by Ernest Ginsburger, a grammarian, historian and chief Rabbi of France. 280x195mm. XI+338 pages. Softcover. Covers detached. Cover worn and torn at several places. Cover edges bumped and chipped. Spine mostly missing. Binding very loose. Pages yellowing. Page edges rough-cut, some uncut. [SUMMARY]: Despite the damage to its cover, this rare work on the revolutionary acceptance of Rousseau is in good reading condition.
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Catalog Index Number AR 312 008

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