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Jules Michelet, ne le 21 aout 1798 a Paris et mort le 9 fevrier 1874 a Hyeres, est un historien francais. Fils d imprimeur, il etudie au lycee Charlemagne, ou il brille. Il fait des etudes de lettres. Homme de lettres, celui-cipense que l histoire doit etre un enseignement philosophiqueLanguage Notes:
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