Religion and Philosophy in Germany
During the last 25 years of his life, Heinrich Heine lived in Paris for the most part, and there he contributed to the Revue de Deux Mondes a series of prose articles on the religious and political history of Germany, a subject in which he had a deep and lasting interest. Those articles, collected here, cover the period from the Middle Ages to Hegel.
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