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Le séjour de don Pedro 1er à Paris et la presse française (1831/1832)

Abstract : Peter I's sojourn in Paris and the French press (1831/1832) Following a liberal revolution that defended greater respect for the Constitution, Brazilian Emperor Peter I was forced to abdicate on April 7, 1831. He arrived in Paris during the celebrations for the first anniversary of the 1830 French Revolution and was welcomed as a liberal hero returning to Europe to restore constitutionalism in Portugal where absolutism prevailed under his brother, Michael I. During his sojourn in Paris (1831/1832), Peter was a constant presence in both the liberal and the legitimist press. This paper analyzes the French media's reception to Peter and his military campaign against his brother with particular attention to the images of Brazil and Portugal.
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Isabel Lustosa. Le séjour de don Pedro 1er à Paris et la presse française (1831/1832). 2014. ⟨halshs-01058589⟩



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