Édouard Alletz

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Édouard Alletz (1798–1850) was a French diplomat.

Major publications[edit]

  • The dedication of French doctors and sisters of Saint-Camille, during the yellow fever Barcelona "", Paris, Didot (1822)
  • Walpole, dramatic poem in three songs (1825)
  • Essay on Man, or Agreement of philosophy and religion (1826)
  • Sketches of mental distress (1828)
  • New Messiah, a poem (1830)
  • Poetic studies of the human heart (1832)
  • Picture of the general history of Europe since 1814 until 1830 (3 volumes, 1834)
  • Poetic characters (1834)
  • Letter to M. de Lamartine on the truth of Christianity considered in its relations with the passions (1835)
  • Diseases of the century (1836) Online text
  • New Democracy, or Manners and power of the middle classes in France (2 volumes, 1837)
  • Adventures of Alfonso Doria (2 volumes, 1838)
  • Political maxims for the use of the new democracy (1840)
  • Signs of the new spirit in parliament (1841)
  • Poetical Sketches of Life (2 volumes, 1841)
  • Genius of the nineteenth century, or sketch of the progress of the human spirit since 1800 until today (1842 to 1843)
  • Discourse on the power and downfall of the Republic of Venice (1842)
  • Harmonies of human intelligence (2 volumes, 1846)