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It analyses radical Catholic pamphlets printed in Paris and Lyon c. These pamphlets attack a now monstrous figure, the politiquefor duplicity and for linguistic and moral flexibility. They confirm that the politique is shadowy and hard to define; this is part of the new politique problem of the late stages of the wars, which did much to create the historiographical legend of the Politique party. In these works, politique shifts from object of knowledge and knowing subject to object of opprobrium — but some qualities of the knowing, linguistically capable politique subject are retained.
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Show author details. Emma Claussen Affiliation: University of Cambridge. Get access Share. Summary Chapter 5 is a key turning point in the narrative of the book. Keywords pamphlets polemic monster p olitique L'Estoile insults France Paris. Type Chapter.
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