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By Jean-François Sirinelli

A travers les mille manières qu'ont les individus d'inventer un quotidien conceivable dans los angeles Cité, à travers los angeles gestion des rapports sociaux les plus immédiats et les plus simples comme à travers l'élaboration des produits de los angeles pensée et du goût les plus accomplis se révèlent les sensibilités, ces grandes manières partagées de vivre, de concevoir, de sentir, de s'exprimer.... Formes héritées des générations devancières que chacun fait siennes grâce à son milieu, à son éducation, à sa formation, les sensibilités sont stratifiées par les dépôts d'une mémoire sociale, perdue par presque tous, et qui fabrique ces croyances, ces valeurs, ces certitudes instinctives en puisant aux horizons idéologiques contemporains les réponses aux crises et aux défis de chaque époque. Par-là, les sensibilités sont l. a. resource d'une vigueur pérenne de l'axe droites-gauches en des périodes où celui-ci semble s'effacer du champ politique. Les sensibilités de droite structurent essentiellement quatre domaines l. a. présence au monde (ou les modalités d'inscription de l'individu dans l'espace social) ; l'organisation de l. a. Cité (ou l. a. détermination des valeurs qui sont au principe de l'univers de l'individu) ; l. a. vie dans los angeles Cité (ou le rapport de soi aux autres) ; le moule de l'individu (ou ce qui ancrerait le citoyen à droite). De l'étude des sensibilités, telles que reflétées également par l. a. littérature comme par l'image de l'adversaire dans los angeles mythologie des gauches, se dégage pour finir l. a. réponse à l. a. query : qu'est-ce qu'être de droite ?

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87 In her diary Mary Cobb (neé Blackburn), a member of a Baptist congregation in Margate, responded to the outbreak of war in 1793 with a series of spiritual meditations on the fate of Britain, in which she reflected upon the link between individual and national salvation. ‘The times are very dark’ she wrote: The Lord only knows what will be the issue of this heavy cloud that hangs over our guilty heads as a nation ... It matters not who is against us if He be for us ... 88 Blackburn’s diary continued in this heavily introspective vein, the war acting as a backdrop and prompt to her religious reflections and personal monitoring.

27 These concessions were closely linked to fears that radical unrest would infiltrate the armed forces, the potentially devastating effects of which were demonstrated during the naval mutinies of 1797. 29 During the wars, public perceptions of the armed forces and its members veered between hostility, pity and admiration as they had done for much of the eighteenth century. 32 While a more romanticized image of the British navy’s ‘Jolly Jack Tar’ circulated in the cultural imaginary, the plight of the sailor torn from his family to spend years at sea at risk of shipwreck, disease and flogging also featured prominently in popular ballads.

76 Furthermore, space for reflection or elaboration on events may be constrained by the printed pocket book format in which these diaries were often written. Even when they did not use a specific printed diary or memorandum book, diarists often imitated their form, ruling the page to construct evenly spaced boxes into which their entries could be written. The relationship between these cursory entries and the broader wartime context, however, can be reconstructed by attending to diaries’ extra-textual or printed apparatus.

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