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Index Adam, Victor, 96, I02, I05-I06 Adhemar, Jean, 2on.3 Adorno, Theodor, Dialectic ofEnlightenment , 58, 6o Agulhon, Maurice, 66 Allen, James Smith, 5n.I 5 Altick, Robert, 25n.29 Ancelot, Virginie, 238 Anderson, Benedict, 44-45 Angelini, Vanina, 267n.I Apostolides, Jean-Marie, I6on.27 Arcades, 59 Aristotle, I Io Arlincourt, Victor, vicomte d', I87 Arnault, A. V., Vie politique et militaire de Napoleon, 68, 267n.I Artiste, L', 50, 69, 225 Auerbach, Erich, 234 Austerlitz (Prosper, Cornu), I3I Balzac, Honore de, 8, 9-II, I5, 6o, 67, I79, 233-234; journalism 2I5-2I6. See also Realism -Works: Adieu, 3, 9, rr, 208-2I4, 2I6-225, 25o-25I, 268; "Avant-propos," to La comedie humaine, 233n.3; Les Chouans, I7o, I73, I95-2o8,262;Le Colonel Chabert, I-2, 5-6, I3, 24, 224-231, 268; Falthurne, I95n.I; I.:heritiere de Birague, I95n.I; Illusions perdues, 3n.4, I69-I7o, I85-I86; Le Fere Goriot, 9; "Les proscrits: esquisse historique," 230. Bann, Stephen, 5n.I6, 6n.I7, 64n.5, 7In.27, 8I, 89n.62 Bapst, Germain, 31n.49 Barante, Prosper de, 4, 79-82, 97 -Works: Histoire des dues de Bourgogne, 63-64, 67,8o-I;83-86, 88-90,95, 223; Souvenirs, 8o Barberis, Pierre, 2I2n.2o, 239n.I8 Barginet, Alexandre-Pierre, Le roi des montagnes , I7I Barker, Robert, 3I, 5I Barthelemy, Auguste, Napoleon en Egypte, 69n.2o; I34 Barthelemy-Hadot, Marie-Adele, Clothilde de Hapsbourg, I 55; Les brigands anglais, I 57 Barthes, Roland, IO Baudelaire, Charles, 43n.8I Baudrillard, Jean, 269-270 Bawr, Alexandrine-Sophie de, Le novice, I8I Bayeux Tapestry, 65, 67 Beasley, Faith, I 53n.6 Beauce, Vivant, 98 Beaulieu, Henri, I09n.5 Beck, Henriette, 3I Bell, David A., 44 Bellange, Hyppolyte, 95 Benjamin, Walter, 38, 43n.8I, 6I Benoist, Antoine, 2on.5 Beranger, Pierre-Jean, I29 Beraud, Antony, Histoire pittoresque de la Revolution franr;aise, 9I Berger, Auguste, I20 Berman, Marshall, 7n.2I Bernard, Claudie, I7In.66, 20in.II 274 Index Berry, duchesse de, I63 Berthier, Patrick, 2I2-2I3 Bewick, Thomas, 68n.I7 Bibliophile Jacob [pseud. Paul Lacroix], I sr Bicetre, 229-23I Bienseances, les, I I I Bloom, Michelle E., 2on.3, 24n.24 Bonaparte a/'ecole de Brienne (Gabriel, Villeneuve , Masson), I2o, I27, I35, 266n.I Bonapartism, 53-56, 126-128, 230 Bonaparte, lieutenant d'artillerie (Saintine, Duvert, Saint-Laurent), 125, I27 Bonnell, Victoria E., 7n.2o Boulanger, Louis, II5 Boulevard du Temple, I09n.5, I3I. See also Theater Bourgeois, Constant, 3I Bourgeois(ie), 5n.I5, 4I-42, 47, 6I-62, 79 Bouton, Charles, 48n.97 Boym, Svetlana, 53n.I20 Bradi, Agathe-Pauline Caylac de Ceylan, comtesse de, Colonna, au le beau seigneur, I77, I8I Brenet, Nicolas-Guy, 24n.25 Brombert, Victor, 256n.36 Brooks, Peter, I6, I33, 2I8n.38, 234, 239n.I8,240,244,25I-252 Bruno, Giuliana, 7n.I9, 27n.36 Bryson, Norman, 34-3 5 Bulletins de Ia Grande Armee, 70, 237 Burette, Theodose, Histoire de France, 69; 97n-78 Cabinets de lecture, 79, I82-I83 Canonicity, 7, I79n.88 Capitalism, 7, Io, 58-59 Carlson, Marvin, IIon.6, II2, I2I Caricature, La, I22-I23 Castle, Terry, 26n.3 I, 29n.44 Cazot, Nicolas-Joseph, I20 Cellerier, Jacques, 47n.94 Cendres de Napoleon, Les (Jouhaud), I24 Censorship, I07, II2, II7-II9, I3I, I35 Certeau, Michel de, 56-57 Champfleury, Jean-Fran<;:ois, 67n.I4 Charlemagne, 83 Charles X, I03 Charlet, Nicolas-Toussaint, 69n.2o, I22-I23 Charney, Leo, 37 Chartier, Roger, 7 Chateaubriand, Fran<;:ois-Rene de, Genie du christianisme, 82, I I2, I 55; Rene, 2IOn.I7 Chaudonneret, Marie-Claude, 64n.5 Chenier, Marie-Joseph, Charles IX, au /'eco/e des rois, II 2-II 3 Childeric, I03 Children, 79, 97, I89 Ciceri, Eugene, II5, 222, 24I Cirque-Olympique Theater, II7-II8, I22-I23, I30, I45, I47, I49 Class, 4I-44 Cinema, I3, I6-I7, 30, 39, 48, 266-267, 269-270 Clark, T.]., 7n.2I, I2n.39, 59n.I32 Classicism, II0--II5, I2I, I25 Clio, 97 Clovis, IOI Cohen, Margaret, 8n.23, 37n.64, I 56, I6o, I79 Colart, L. S., Histoire de France, 92 Colin, A., 49 Colnet, Charles-Joseph, I63 Comedie-Fran<;:aise, 8I, II2 Comment, Bernard, 3In.49 Commodification, 58-59, 78-79, I43-I44, I78, I83-I86 Commune, I04 Constitionnel, Le, I 82 Cook, James W., 3rn.57 Cooper, Barbara T., II4n.22 Cooper, James Fenimore, 82, I8I, I97 Corbin, Alain, II6n.28 Corbin, Eus., 230--23 I Corday, Charlotte, 2I, 27 Corneille, Pierre, I Io--II 3 Corsaire, Le, I 39 Cosmorama, 48 Costume, 95, II5, I2I, I25, I72 Cottin, Sophie, Mathilde, I55-I56 Crary, Jonathan, I2 Crouzet, Michel, II4n.2I, 238, 263 Cultural history, 7, IO-II Culture industry, 58 Curtius, Philippe: and Revolution, 2I; death of, 22. See also Curtius wax display Curtius wax display: 2, 42-43, 9I, 227; before Revolution, 2o--2I; in Revolution, 2I-23, 25; in July Monarchy, 25, 48; vs. phantasmagoria 29-30; popularity of, I9-2o; prices of, 2on.4, purpose of, 23-25; and theater I39, 146, 148. See also Curtius, Philippe; Spectacles (of history ); Wax display Daguerre, Louis-Jacques-Mande, 48-50, 58. See also Diorama Danton, Georges-Jacques, 2I, 266 David, Jacques-Louis, 23n.2o, 88 David, Jules, 69, 69n.2o Davis, Natalie Zemon, I54n.7 Declaration des droits de /'homme et du citoyen, 45 Debord, Guy, La societe du spectacle, 12-14, 59-60, 144, 222, 268-269 Dejazet, Virginie, r2o, 135, 215 DeJean, Joan, 153n.6 Delacroix, Eugene, 64 Delaistre, Jean-Alexandre-Fran<;ois, r2r Delalance, Gustave, Le marechal d'Ancre, 172 Delaroche, Paul, 64; 87-89, ror Delavigne, Casimir, Marino Faliero, 240-243 Delecluze, Etienne-Jean, 48n.98 Descotes, Maurice, 129n.63 Desmoulins, Camille, 21, 25 Diderot, Denis, 124-125 Dinocourt, Theophile, r 87 Diorama: effects, 48; location, 48; subjects: churches, 49; July Revolution, 49; Napoleon 's tomb, 49-50, 56. See also Daguerre , Louis-Jacques-Mande Doane, Mary Ann, 37, 39 Dolkart, Judith, 236n.r2 Douthwaite, Julia V., r6on.29 Drame national, ro9-II7, 150 Duchet, Claude, 17on.65, r86 Dulaure, Jacques-Antoine, Nouvelle description des curiosites de Paris, 20; Histoire de Paris et de ses monuments, 97ll-78 Dumas, Alexandre, pere, 3, r86 -Works: Christine, II5, 140; Napoleon Bonaparte, r2o-123, I29-I3I, 133, 140-144, 146-147, 217, 238; Les trois mousquetaires, 172, 176, 178 Eco, Umberto, 269-270 Elisabeth, Madame, 21 El Nouty, Hassan, rr5n.25 Empereur, L' (Saint-Alme, Laloue, Franconi ), 122-123, 129, 133, 141, 145 Encyclopedie, 36, 65 Engraving: metal, 67-68; wood, 15, 67-79, 96, IOI-!02, 105, 190-193 Enlightenment, 36; art criticism, 24. See also Pedagogy Entertainment. See Spectacles (of history) Ekphrasis, 14-15, 152, r64-r66 Felman, Shoshana, 212-214 Feminism, ro Ferguson, Priscilla, 43n.8r, 233n.4 Ferris, Ina, r So Festivals, 40 Fiesci, Joseph-Marie, r 3r Flaneur, 43 Flaubert, Gustave, 14, trial 9-ro -Works: Bouvard et Pecuchet, 5, 9n.24; Index 275 Correspondance, 179; L'education sentimentale , 3n.4, 268; Madame Bovary, ro, 9n.24, r86; Salammbo, r86 Folie de Ia Beresina, La (E. Theaulon), 222-223 Fontaine, Jean-Michel-Derris, 3r Foucault, Michel, 6n.r8, Fournel, Victor, 21-22 Franconi. See Cirque-Olympique Franco-Prussian War, 104-105 Franklin, Benjamin, 20 Fried, Michael, 124-125 Friedland, Paul, n6n.28 Freud, Sigmund, 23n.r9 Fulton, Robert, 3r, 46 Fume, Charles, 74n.28 Gaehtgens, Thomas W., 86n.52 Gaillard, Gabriel-Henri, no Galperin, William, r rn.37 Gance, Abel, 266-267, 270 Garson, Jules, 129n.63, 134n.79 Gascar, Pierre, 2n.2, 212-213, 225-226 Gautier, Theophile, 5 Gazette de France, La 55, 63,83-86, 139-141, General, Le, n8 Genlis, Stephanie-Felicite Ducrest de SaintAlbin , comtesse de: La Duchesse de Ia Valliere, 155, r6r;]eanne de France, 155-156, 158, r6r-r62; Mile de Lafayette, 155; Mme de Maintenon, 155; Le siege de La Rochelle, 157, r8r Genette, Gerard, 252n.32 Georama, 48 Girard, Henri, 65n.6, 68n.r7 Girard, Rene, 249n.28, 262n.4o Girodet, Anne-Louis, 50 Globe, Le, 175 Gobert, 120, 141, 249-250 Golahny, Amy, r64n.43 Goldstein, Jan, 2r4n.26 Gosselin, Charles, r82-r83 Gossman, Lionel, 4n.n, 63n.2 Gothic, 157 Gottis, Augustine, Ermance de Beaufremont , r 55, r 6o; Franrois Premier et Madame de Chateaubriand, 155, 157, 161, 183ll.IOI Goulet, Andrea, 204n. r 2 Green, Nicholas, 59n.r32 Gretton, Thomas, r86-r87 Gros, Antoine-Jean, 50, 236n.r2 Guizot, Fran<;ois, 4, 82, 223 Gunning, Tom, 36n.63 Gusman, Pierre, 68n.r7 276 Index Hansen, Miriam Bratu, 6I Hare!, Fran\ois-Antoine, I22, I46, 2I7 Harris, Neil, 33n.57 Harvey, David, 8n.2I Haskell, Francis, 65, 66n. I I Heidegger, Martin, 38 Henault, Jean-Fran\ois, I I In.Io Henri IV, 22, 24, Historical novel. See Novel, historical Historiography, 4-6, 7, 14-I5, I9, 4I, 56; critique of, 63-65, 83-90, 223; and illustration , 65-79, 9G-Io6; visual style of, 79-83; as exemplum, I 58; and national identity, 95-96, I03-I04, 106; and spectacle , 65, 69, 78, 83, 87. See also Barante, Prosper de; Michelet, Jules; Mignet, Auguste; Thierry, Augustin; Thiers, Adolphe History: conceptions of, 3-4, 35-40; vs. the past, 3n.5; and spectacle, 6, I2-I4, 59-60. See also Historiography; Novel, historical; Realism; Spectacles (of history ); Theater Hitler, Adolf, 267 Hittorff, Jacques-Ignace, 51 Hoffmann, Detleff, 45n.88 Holophernes, 22 Hollywood. See Cinema Horkheimer, Max, Dialectic ofEnlightenment , 58, 6o Huet, Marie-Helene, 2on.3, 24n.22, 40 Hugo, Victor, 3, 56, 9I, 2I7; review of Scott, I68 -Works: Cromwell, II4-II5, 247n.26; Hernani, 9n.26, I09, II5, I40, I42, 237, 240-243; Marion deLorme, I42; NotreDame de Paris, I68, I70, 262 Hunt, Lynn, 7, 66 Identification, II 3 Illustration: prior to nineteenth century, 65; authentic vs. retrospective 66; clientele for, 78-79; critique of, 83; genres of, 65; of historical novels, I 52, I83-I85; of Napoleon 69-79, 266; page layout, 74-77; of popular historiography, 14, 62, 64-65, 97-Io6; price, 78; marketing, 78; of Romantic historiography, 66-67; technology of, 67-69. See also Engraving; Historiography Institut national des sciences et des arts, 30, 42 Jacque, Charles-Emile, 69n.2o, I9o, I92-I93 Janin, Jules, 86, I47-I 50 Jay, Martin, 6o Johannot, Alfred, 64 Johannot, Tony, 64, 67 Jones, Michele, II2n.I5 Journal des Arts, I8, 46-47 Journal des Dames et des Modes, Le, 44 Journal des Debats, Le, I45, I83 Jouy, Etienne de, Syl/a, II9 Jullian, Camille, 8on.36, 82 Juste milieu, 126, I49 Kadish, Doris, I67n.53, 2o6n.I3 Kelly, Dorothy, 204n.I2 Kemp, Anthony, 3n.5 Kern, Stephen, 37 Koselleck, Reinhart, 3n.8 Kracauer, Siegfried, 6I Kracovitch, Odile, II6n.28, II7, 135 Krieger, Murray, I65-I66 Kroen, Sheryl, II6n.28 Laborde, Alexandre de, Versailles ancien et moderne, 86n.53 Lafayette, Marie-Joseph-Paul, marquis de, 2I Lafayette, Marie-Madeleine Pioche de Ia Vergne, comtesse de, La Princesse de Cleves, I53-I54, I6o, 239-239 La Harpe, Jean-Fran\ois de, II m.9 Landes, Joan B., 44n.83 Langlois, Charles, 5o-56, 58, 95, 2I5 Las Cases, Emmanuel, comte de, Memorial de Sainte-Helene, 69n.2o, 70, 128-I29, I32, I42, 236-237 Laurent de L'Ardeche, Paul-Mathieu, Histoire de l'empereur Napoleon, 69-79, 95-96 Lavoisier, Antoine-Laurent, 28 LeComte, Louis-Henry, I08n.3, II9 Lefebvre, Georges, 4n. I I Legitimism, 53-55, I39-14I, I49 Le Hir, Marie-Pierre, I Ion.6 Le Yaouanc, Moi·se, 2IOn.I4, 2I4n.26 Leisure, 59 Lemaftre, Frederick, 12o-12I LeMen, Segolene, 27n.3 5 Lemire, Michel, 2on.3 Leterrier, Sophie-Anne, 4n.I I, 5n.I3, Levie, Fran\oise, 26n.p, 28 Literacy, 4I-42, 6I, 78-79 Lithography, 68, 77n.30 Local color, 8I, I 57, I59-I62, I68-I75, I99 Louis XI, I03, I7I Louis XIV, 97-99,106, I55, 264 Louis XVI, 2I, 25, 28 Louis XVIII, 58, 225 Louis-Philippe, 22, 49, 53-54, 126-128; 230. See also Versailles, historical museum Lowe, Hudson,r2r, 132 Lucas-Dubreton, Jean, 54n.r23, 129 Lukacs, Georg, ro, r6; The Historical Novel, II, 152-153; 157-158, r64, 168-169, 175-176, r86, 195-196 Lumbroso, Oliver, 2oon.ro Lyons, Martyn, r 83 MacCannell, Dean, 59n. r 32 Magic lantern, 27, 29, 148, 190. See also Phantasmagoria Maigron, Louis, 152, 157-159, r6r, r68-r69, 195-196 Maistre, Joseph de, r3n.42 Mallet, Remi, 64n.5 Mannoni, Laurent, 26n.3r, r89n.rr4 Manuel du voyageur aParis, 22 Maps, 45 Marat, Jean-Paul, 2r, 23n.2o; 27-28, 266 Marco de Saint-Hilaire, Emile, Histoire populaire, anecdotique et pittoresque de Napoleon, 69n.2o Marcus, Sharon, 213n.25 Marie-Antoinette, 21-22 Marie-Louise, 72 Marrinan, Michael, 55, 86n.52, r25n.56, 127n.59, I29 Marsan, Jules, r r r Martin, Henri, Histoire de France, 90, 94 Marx, Karl, 6o; The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis-Bonaparte, 220, 251 Marxism, ro, rr, 14 Mass culture, 6r-62 Matlock, Jann, 9, IIn.35, 2on.3, 26n.3 r, 44n.84, 179n.85, 213n.25 May 1968, 6o Mechanical reproduction; 62 Mehedin, Louis, F Meisel, Martin, ro8n.3, r63n.47 Melodrama, 132-133, 157, 253, 259 Melot, Michel, 65n. 6, 76n.29 Memory, 4, 36 Merimee, Prosper, Le theatre de Clara Gazul, II4; Chronique du regne de Charles IX, r7o, r82 Mery, Joseph, Napoleon en Egypte, 69n.2o Mezeray, Fran\ois de, 66 Michaud, Joseph-Fran\ois, Histoire des croisades, 82, II 2 Michel, Christian, 65n.6 Michelant, Louis, Faits memorables de l'histoire de France, 96-ro6 Michelet, Jules, 4, r9, 56, 63-64, 79, 82-83, 223, 257n.37; Histoire de France, 84-85, 87-88 Index 277 Middle Ages, 3, rri-II3, 155-157 Mignet, Auguste, 4, 85n.49 Miller, D. A., 251-252 Miller, Nancy K., 153n.6 Milner, Max, 26n.p Mimodrame, 130 Mirabeau, 144 Mitchell, W. J. T., r65 Mode, La, 208 Modernity, 3, r9, 37, 6r, 232, 267, 270 Montfaw;on, Bernard de, 66 Moraine, Louis-Pierre-Rene de, roo Morisseau, Eugene, 122 Mort de Kleber, La, II7-II8 Moses, Claire Goldberg, 43n.83 Musee Grevin, 25, 27on.6 Museums, 45 Mussolini, Benito, 267 Napoleon (Bourgeois, Cornu), 128, I3D-I3I, 139 Napoleon I, r-2, 35-36; as Christ figure, 133; cult of, 54-56, r29-r33; iconic features of, 125, r9r; and patronage, 46-47; representation of: in cinema, 266-267; in diorama, 49-50, 56; in historical novel, r89-194, 197; in illustrated historiography ,68-78,93-94,97-99, 103-104, ro6; in panorama, r8, 32, 51-58; in phantasmagoria, 28-29; in Realist novel, 3, 212, 23 5-237, 244-245, 247; in Romantic historiography, 85, 87, 94; in spectacles, 37, 59; in theater, 7, ro7-I09, II5-133, 138-150, 2I5, 231, 244;in wax display, 22 Napoleon II (aka roi de Rome, due de Reichstadt ), 55, 134-r38 Napoleon III, p, 56, ro4 Napoleon aBerlin (Dumersan, Dupin), I39 Napoleon aBrienne (Dupontchartrain), I20 Napoleonic Code, 43 Napoleon, au Schoenbrunn et SainteHelime (Dupeuty, Regnier-Destourbets), I28, I3I-I33, 141 National, Le, r4r-r45 Nationalism, 44-47,55,95-96, ro3-I04, ro6, 129-133, 191, 194 Nazis, 6r Nesci, Catherine, 179n.85 Necker, Jacques, 2r, 25 Nettement, Alfred, 63-65, 83-86 Nisard, Jean-Marie-Napoleon-Desire, r82 Nora, Pierre, 36 Norvins, Jacques de, Histoire de Napoleon, 69-71,74,76-79,94 Nostalgia, 53, I43 Nouveau guide du voyageur aParis, 29 278 Index Nouvel-Kammerer, Odile, 7n.I9, Novel, 5, IS Novel, historical: as exemplum I 58-I 59; influence of Scott, ISI-I52; and national identity, I76-I78; readership, I8o-I86; and Romanticism, 3, 6, II, I4, IS, I9; after Scott's death, I86-I94; spectacles in, I90, I93-I94, I99-203; spectacularization of, I74, I8I-I82, I87, I89; vision in, 20I-2o8; by women, I53-I62. See also Balzac, Honore de: Les Chouans, Falthurne, L'beritiere de Birague, Illusions perdues; Ekphrasis; Scott, Walter Novel, Realist. See Realism Novelists, women. See Novel, historical; Women Oettermann, Stephen, 31n.49, 43n.8o Orr, Linda, 4n.II, I79n.88 Ozouf, Mona, 40 Paine, Thomas, 2I Painting, s; and illustration, 66, and historiography , 84-85; and spectacles, 23, 58; and theatre, I24. See also Delaroche, Paul Palais-royal,I9 Panorama, I6, 266; clientele of, 4I; compared to other spectacles, 32-33; critique of, 57; description of, 30; late nineteenthcentury panoramas, srn.Irs; location, 3I; ticket prices, 3I, 4I; panorama of: Algiers, so; Antwerp, 34; Athens, so; Boulogne, 32; Eylau, sr, 54-5 s; London, 32; Marengo, 5I; Moscow, sr; the Moscowa, 39-40, 5I-52; Navarino, so, 52, 2I5-2I6; Paris, 32, 42; the Pyramids, sr; Sebastopol, sr-p, s6; Sedan, 39n.69; Solferino, p, 56; Tilsit, p; Toulon, 3I;Wagram, I8, 32, 4I, 47; other cities, 32; late nineteenth-century panoramas, 5In. I I 5 Pao, Angela C., Io8n.3 Past, the: vs. history, 3n. 5; vs. present, 38-39 Paulson, Ronald, 66 Pedagogy, 23, 29, 5I, 65,92, I89-I90 Petrey, Sandy, 2I3n.24, 2I3n.25, 2I6, 226n.55, 2srn.3o Phantasmagoria, 26-30, 43, 266; in July Monarchy, 47; ticket prices, 27; vs. wax display, 29-70. See also Magic lantern; Robertson, Etienne-Gaspard Philippe-Egalite, 2I Photography, 5I Physiognomy, 8n.23, 23 Physiologies, 8n.23, 37, 90 Pichot, Amedee, I 72n.68, I 85 Pie!, Louis-Alexandre, 88n.58 Pi!beam, Pamela, 20n.3 Pinel, Philippe, 2I4n.26 Pixerecourt, Rene-Charles Guilbert de, II5n.25, 2I7 Pliny, 34 Pontmartin, Armand de, I63, I8I Popular culture, 2, s-8, I9, 4D-4I, s8, 6I-62,78-79, I62-I63, I8I-I86 Porte-Saint-Martin Theater, 242-243 Prendergast, Christopher, sn.I6, IO, IIOn.7, I70n.64 Present, the, 38-39 Press, newspaper, 59 Prevost, Pierre, 3I-32, 42, 48, 50, 58 Prise de Ia Bastille et le passage du Mont Saint-Bernard, La (Villemot, Nezel), I07, I27 Propaganda, 46-47, 95· See also Nationalism Przyblyski, Jeannene M., 36n.63 Przybos, Julia, I 33 Publiciste, Le, 8I Quatroze ans de Ia vie de Napoleon (Clairville), I24, I29 Racine, Jean, I IO-I I 3; Andromaque, I I I Raffet, Denis-Auguste-Marie, 69-7I, 74, 76-77 Ranciere, Jacques, I7n.4 5 Ravel, JeffreyS., II6n.28 Ray, Gordon N., 6sn.6 Realism, 2, 4, s, 8-II, IS; definitions of, 9-II, 2I3; early vs. late, I4; emergence of, I6, I95-I96, 209, 23I; influence of Scott on, I68, I73; vs. realism, 2n.3; vs. Romanticism, I96, 200, 2I0-2I2, 232, 239, 242, 254, 265, 268. See also Balzac, Honore de; Flaubert, Gustave; Stendhal (r)ealism: in diorama, 48; in historical representation , 8; vs. Realism, 2n.3; in spectacles , I 8, 33-4I; in theater, I08, II3-II5; in twentieth century, 269-270; in wax display, 24 Reberioux, Madeleine, 64n.5, 68 Reformation, 3 Reforme, La, 54 Regionalism, I76-I78 Renaissance: and Reformation, 3; in historical representation, 4, I9 Renan, Ernest, 4 5 Renault, Cecile, 2I Renie, Pierre-Lin, 87n.56 Republicanism, 53-55, 126, I43, I49 Republique, /'Empire et les cent jours, La (Prosper), I 30 Revolution of I789, 2, 3, 4, 5; and national identity, 44-45; perceptions of, 35-36; representation of: in cinema, 266; in historiography , 85, 87; in spectacles, I8, 27, 42; in theater, I07, I27 Revolution of I83o, I6, 22, II9, I26-I28, I36-I38, I86-I87,2I6,223 Richetti, John J., I 59n.25 Rigney, Ann, 4n.II, I7n.45, I69n.6o Robertson, Etienne-Gaspard, 26-28, 43; Memoires recreatifs, scientifiques et anecdotiques d'un physicien-aeronaute, 27 Robespierre, Maximilien, 2I-22, 28, 43, 266 Robichon, Fran~ois, 3In.49, 4I-42, s8n.IJI Roland de Ia Platiere, Jean-Marie, 2I Romanticism: critique of, 59, 83-90, 140, 2I7; definition of, 9; parody of, 2ID-2II; vs. Realism, I96, 200, 2I0-2I2,232,239,242,254,265, 268. See also Historiography; Novel, historical ; Theater Rosen, Charles, 77n.3o Ross, Andrew M., I 69 Rougemont, Martine de, I09n.5 Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, 28 Saint-Just, Louis-Antoine-Leon, 266 Saint-Ouen, Laure de, Histoire de Napoleon, 92-93, 95 Sand, George, I79n.88 Sanson, 22 Sartory, Madame, Mademoiselle de Luynes, I6on.28 Schama, Simon, I 7n. 45 Scenes historiques, les, I I4 Schlosser, Julius von, 24n.2I Schor, Naomi, Io, I79n.88 Schwartz, Vanessa, 5n.I5, IIn.35, I2n.39, 20n.3, 25, 3In.49, 2I5n.27 Scott, Joan Wallach, I54n.7 Scott, Walter, 3, n, I4, I9; and local color, 8I-82; as model for historians, I 5; as model for novelists, 3n.4, I 52, I69-I78, I96-I98; publishing history, I82-I86; readership, I8o-I82; and spectacle, I5I-I53, I64-I65, I67, I74-I76;reviews of, I63-I64, I67-I68, I74-I75, 238-239; success of, I62-I64; and visual poetics, I65-I68 -Works: Ivanhoe, I66-I67; Life ofNapoleon Bonaparte, 94; Waverley, I66-I67, I75-I76, I96-I97 Scribe, Eugene, Les moralistes, I I7 Scudery, Madeleine de, I 53, I 57 Segur, Paul-Philippe de, I03-I04 Semmel, Stuart, 6n.I7 Set design, Io8, I I 5 Index 279 Shakespeare, William, 27, no, II3 Simons-Candeille, Ame!ie, Agnes de France, I 59; Bathilde, reine des Francs, I 55 Sismondi, Jean-Charles-Leonard Simonde de, Histoire des fran(ais, 82 Situationist. See Debord, Guy Smith, Bonnie G., I54n.7, 223n-48 Sontag, Susan, 6In.I37 Soulie, Frederic, I87; LeComte de Toulouse, I77, I88-I89; La lanterne magique, I89-I94 Spectacle: critique of, 57-62, I44-I 50, 2I9-224,228-232, 245,25D-25I, 254-255,262, 265; dating of, 12; definition of, 2, 6, I3-I4; and historical novel, I74, I8I-I82, I87, I89; and historiography , 65, 69, 78, 83, 87; and theater, I08-I09, I2D-I25. See also Debord, Guy; Spectacles Spectacles (of history), 5, II, I3, I4, I5, I8, 90; and class, 4I-44; clientele of, 4I, 6I; critique of, 57, I96, 2I3-222; and democracy, 62; illusion of participation in, 39-4I; as model for historical discourse ,I9, 63-64; and national identity, 44-47; and notions of time, 38-40; realism of, I8, 24, 33-4I, 48; in Realist novel, I99-203, 2I4, 2I6-2I8, 227-228; subject position in, 42-43; and women, 43-44. See also Curtius wax display; Diorama ; Panorama; Phantasmagoria Spiegel, Alan, I7on.64 Spielberg, Steven, I7n.45 Stael, Germaine de, I79n.88 Stafford, Barbara Maria, 23n.I7, 29n.43, 2I6n.34 Steiner, Wendy, I65n.47 Stendhal, 8, I5, 9I; and Realism, 9-II -Works: La chartreuse de Parme, 3, 234, 254, 263-265; Racine et Shakespeare, II2-II6, I37, I 50, 2I7, 237-239, 245; Le rouge et le nair, 3, 9, II, 233-262, 265, 268 Sternberger, Dol£, 3m.49 Sterne, Laurence, 2I4n.26 Steuben, Charles, I 24 Stewart, Philip, 65n.6 Structuralism, I o Sue, Eugene, Le fils de l'homme (with Pillaud de Forges), I33-I38; Les mysteres de Paris, I 34 Tableau, I24-125, I3D-I32, I44· See also Diderot, Denis; Fried, Michael Taine, Hippolyte, 26on.38 280 Index Talma, Fran<;:ois-Joseph, II9, 243 Tartuffe (Moliere), 244 Taylor, Baron Justin, II5 Telegraph, 38 Television, I3, I6 Terdiman, Richard, 3-4, 36, 220 Terror, 85 Thayer, James, JI, 46, Theater, 5, I4, I6; and cult of Napoleon, I29-I33; critics, I38-I5o; and historical spectacles, Io8, I 38, I44, I46; and identity formation, I34-I38; plays about Napoleon, 7, I07-I09, II5-I33, I38-I5o, 2I5, 23I, 244; and painting, 89; politics of, I26-I28; in the Realist novel, 227, 234, 237-245; Romantic drama, 9I, I09-IIO, II2-II6, 24I-242; spectacular staging, I 2o-I 25; threat to regime, II6-II9; ticket prices, II6. See also Censorship; Cirque-Oiympique; Drame national, Hugo, Victor; PorteSaint -Martin Theater; Stendhal Thierry, Augustin, 4, 223; Histoire de Ia conquete d'Angleterre, 67, 82; Lettres sur l'histoire de France, 82 Thiers, Adolphe, 4; Histoire de Ia Revolution franr;aise, 67, 78, 82, 223 Time, I3, 37-40 Tocqueville, Alexis de, Souvenirs, 22o-22I Tourism, 59 Travel writing, 72 Tresor de Ia langue franr;aise, I 3 Troubadour painters, 24, 25n.25 Trumpener, Katie, I76 Tuileries, 42 Turnell, Martin, I7on.64 Tussaud, Madame (Marie Grosholtz), 2I, 25, 48. See also Curtius wax display Vernet, Horace, 50, 69n.2o, 70-79, I24 Versailles, 42; historical museum, 55, 86-87; in historical novel, I6o; in wax display, 20 Victoires et conquetes des Franr;ais, I I 9 Vigny, Alfred de, Cinq-Mars, I70, I74 Villedieu, Marie-Catherine-Hortense Desjardins , Madame de, I 53 Virtual reality, I 6 Visibility, 8, 36-37 Vitet, Ludovic, I I4 Valeur, Le, 2I 5-2I6 Voltaire, 4n.r2, 20, 28, 64, 84-8 5; Adelaide de Guesclin, II I Wages, 4Ill·74, 79 Waller, Margaret, I79n.86, 2Ion.I7 Wall paper, 7 Ward, Janet, 6m.I38 Wax display: and illustrated historiography, 99; origins of, 20; in United States, 269. See also Curtius wax display Weber, Eugen, I78 Weinberg, Bernard, 9n.29 White, Hayden, 4n.Io, 4n.II Wilder, Billy, 262 Wilson, Elisabeth, 44n.84 Women: as authors, I 53, I78-I8I, 223; and historical representation, 223-224; as readers, I 52, I78-I82, I84-I85; and spectatorship, 43-44 Woodcut, 67-68 Wood engraving. See Engraving Working class, 4I, 79 Wright, Beth S., 5n.I6, 25n.25, 64n.5, 69n.I9, 87-88 Zerner, Henri, 68n.I7, 77n.3o ,!7IA8A1-eijgff! ...

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