Flora Tristan (1803 – 1844) was a socialist writer and activist. The book places her in the context of contemporary debates and ideas, increasing our understanding of the times in which she lived. Through this work, one can compare Tristan to similar Utopian Socialists including Charles Fourier (whom she knew personally) and the works of the French Socialists, the Saint Simonians, whose works she had studied throughout the years. In addition to presenting the main steps of writing, this study offers the first complete translation of "Union Ouvrière" (1843).

Scusate lo stile scucito. Lettere, scritti, diari (1835-1844) di Flora Tristan.

ZECCHI, Lina
2004

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Flora Tristan (1803 – 1844) was a socialist writer and activist. The book places her in the context of contemporary debates and ideas, increasing our understanding of the times in which she lived. Through this work, one can compare Tristan to similar Utopian Socialists including Charles Fourier (whom she knew personally) and the works of the French Socialists, the Saint Simonians, whose works she had studied throughout the years. In addition to presenting the main steps of writing, this study offers the first complete translation of "Union Ouvrière" (1843).
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