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Benjamin Constant

Politician (25-Oct-1767 — 8-Dec-1830)


John Cruickshank. Benjamin Constant. Twayne. 1974. 170pp.

Arnold de Kerchove. Benjamin Constant ou, Le libertin sentimental. La Renaissance du Livre. 1941. 417pp. Language: French.

Guy Howard Dodge. Benjamin Constant's Philosophy of Liberalism: A Study in Politics and Religion. University of North Carolina Press. 1980. 194pp.

Biancamaria Fontana. Benjamin Constant and the Post-Revolutionary Mind. Yale University Press. 1991. 165pp.

William W. Holdheim. Benjamin Constant. London: Bowes & Bowes. 1961. 126pp.

Stephen Holmes. Benjamin Constant and the Making of Modern Liberalism. Yale University Press. 1984. 337pp.

David K. Lowe. Benjamin Constant: An Annotated Bibliography of Critical Editions and Studies, 1946-1978. Grant & Cutler. 1979. 140pp.

Harold Nicolson. Benjamin Constant. Constable. 1949. 290pp.

Elisabeth de Nolde (editor). Translated by Charlotte Harwood. Madame de StaŽl and Benjamin Constant: Unpublished Letters. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1907. 298pp.

Elizabeth Wheeler Schermerhorn. Benjamin Constant: His Private Life and His Contribution to the Cause of Liberal Government in France, 1767-1830. Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin. 1924. 424pp.

Renee Winegarten. Germaine de StaŽl & Benjamin Constant: A Dual Biography. Yale University Press. 2008. 343pp.

Dennis Wood. Benjamin Constant: A Biography. Routledge. 1993. 321pp.


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