On Michelet as the modèle fondateur of the Annales school, see Florence Hulak, Sociéte et mentalité.La science historique de Marc Bloch. Paris: Hermann, 2012), pp. 13, 99. Even in the positivist period of French historiography, some eminent historians, notably Gabriel Monod, who had known Michelet personally, continued to admire and be inspired by him; see Monod’s essays on Michelet in his Les Maîtres de l’histoire: Renan, Taine, Michelet. Paris: Calmann Lévy, 1894), pp. 185-269 and Portraits et souvenirs. Paris: Calmann Lévy, 1897), pp. 15-59; his Jules Michelet. Paris: Sandoz et Fischbacher, 1875) and his two major studies, Jules Michelet, Études sur sa vie et ses oeuvres avec des fragments inédits. Paris: Hachette, 1905) and La Vie et la pensée de Jules Michelet. Paris: Champion, 1923), 2 vols. (the text of a course taught at the Collège de France in 1905-1910).
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