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Yet, as I have argued elsewhere, the revolution marks the point of a dramatic shift away from the iconic, visual order of representation of the absolutist public sphere to a new masculine, symbolic, discursive order of writing, the law, speech and its proclamation. The system of visual representation was not abandoned, nor was it entirely powerless and irrelevant; but it was certainly dethroned. In the new symbolic order wrought by the bourgeois revolution, the old hierarchy between icon and sign was reversed.
Robert Hurley (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1982), 6. Cf. Albert Soboul, Le proces de Louis XVI(Paris: Collection Archives Juillard, 1966); Carol Blum, Rousseau and the Republic of Virtue: The Language of Politics in the French Revolution (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1986), 169-81; David P. Jordan, The King's Trial: Louis XVI vs. the French Revolution (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1979); Regicide and Revolution: Speeches at the Trial of Louis XVI, ed. and intro. by Michael Walzer, trans.
7 Moreover, his novels were widely read and extremely popular: Une annee de la vie du chevalier de Faublas went through at least six French editions and more in German and English. Although we have scarce indication of just how the men and women of 1787 read Une annee de la vie du chevalier de Faublas, it is likely they found sentiments in the text that if not mirroring their own, at least were not overtly contradicting them. Louvet occupied not only the literary mainstream, but also the political center.