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A Fronda das mazarinadas em Rouen

Abstract : The analysis of a corpus of documents, made of almost 460 mazarinades, makes it possible to shed a new light on both the position and the role that these libelles - often insulting and false - had in Rouen, an editorial centre of the time. Rouen is an anti-establishment city, and the second city of France. It is often seen as disconnected from the capital city even though the events happening in both places were echoing. The analysis is mostly focused on the political relationships at the core of the richest province of the kingdom. That is why the Parliament of Normandy and the Duke of Longueville - province's governor - are often considered to be ruling the local Fronde together, but this does not take into account the partial approach typical for pamphleteers. URL : (consulté le 24/11/2015)
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Baptiste Etienne. A Fronda das mazarinadas em Rouen. 7 Mares – Revista dos pós-graduandos em História Moderna da Universidade Federal Fluminense, 2014, vol. 3 (n°5), p. 106-126. ⟨hal-01233210⟩



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