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    PDF DOWNLOAD [The French Revolution A Very Short Introduction Very Short Introductions] AUTHOR William Doyle I didn't know much about the French revolution prior to reading this book Now I know slightly about the French revolution Seriously though I'm not in a position to judge whether or not the book is accurate and whether or not it incorporates all the important elements of what happened The book is well written and very amenable to note taking if you're that kind of person and it doesn't seem to reuire much backg

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    PDF DOWNLOAD [The French Revolution A Very Short Introduction Very Short Introductions] AUTHOR William Doyle Sweeping survey that not only analyses the Revolution itself but also listens closely to its many echoes and reverberation

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The French Revolution A Very Short Introduction Very Short Introductions

review ↠ The French Revolution A Very Short Introduction Very Short Introductions ô PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Beginning with a discussion of familiar images of the French Revolution garnered from Dickens Baroness Orczy and Tolstoy as well as the legends of let them eat cake and tricolours Doyle leads the reader to the realization that we are still living with developments and conseuences of the French Revolution such as decimalization and the whole ideology of human rights Continuing with a brief survey of the old regime and how it collapsed Doyle continues to ellucidate how the revolutio. 3 12This was really an excellent just a decent overview slightly over a hundred pages of the RevolutionThe six chapters are Echoes Why It Happened How It Happened What It Ended What It Started and Where It StandsThe last chapter is an interesting perhaps a little biased review of the celebration of the bicentennial of the Revolution in 1989 and a summary of the schools of interpretation which have held sway in the last fifty years the Classic interpretation Revisionism and Post revisionismThe index is serviceable there is a nice timeline actually the timeline is useful than that rest of the book a little end section on the Calendar which the Revolution produced lots of details there and best of all a great section of suggestions for further reading with several dozen books fit into six categories Some of the books are classic works fifty and years old but probably most of them have appeared in the period 1960 2000 and offer a selection of the top volumes written in that period Can t praise this book highly enough Well I have changed my view The problem with the book is that if you re interested in a narrative of what happened in the revolution when and how it happened and who the main actors were the book is practically worthless The way it s organized even with help from the index just doesn t answer those kind of uestions Yes it does answer the uestions as set forth in the chapter titles which may be what you re looking for Previous review Consciousness VSIRandom review Jerry Dantzic Billie Holiday at Sugar HillNext review The Lost Cellos of Lev AronsonPrevious library review The Waning of the Middle Ages procrastination evidenceNext library review The French Revolution Carlyle

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review ↠ The French Revolution A Very Short Introduction Very Short Introductions ô PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB N happened why did the revolutionaries uarrel with the king the church and the rest of Europe why this produced Terror and finally how it accomplished rule by a general The revolution destroyed the age old cultural institutional and social structures in France and beyond This book looks at how the ancien regime became ancien as well as examining cases in which achievement failed to match ambition Doyle explores the legacy of the revolution in the form of rationality in public affa. A good decent book about the French Revolution it follows it chapters in Echoes Why It Happened How It Happened What It Ended What It Started Where It Stands And answer most of these uestions a good book informative and shortThe further reading part of the book is great355 Everybody knew and was shocked by the story of how ueen Marie Antoinette guillotined amid popular jubilation in 1793 had said Let them eat cake when told that the people had no bread Everybody knows it still and nobody cares that it was an old story even before she was born heard by Jean Jacues Rousseau as early as 1740The Revolution was an explosion of popular violence understandable if scarcely defensible resentment Those who attempted to lead or guide it were mostly simpletons or scoundrels all to be pitied for their presumptionthe Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen This was something entirely new in the history of the world The English Bill of Rights of 1689 had only proclaimed the rights of Englishmen The United States did not establish its own Bill of Rights until a year after the FrenchFor the left the terror had been cruel necessity made inevitable by the determination of the enemies of liberty and the rights of man to strangle them at birth For the right the Revolution had been violent from the start in its commitment to destroying respect and reverence for order and religion the opening of the grim and mysterious Bastille release the expected host of languishing victims of despotism There were only seven prisoners But the medieval fortress was a symbol of royal power and the spontaneous demolition of it which began at once was eually symbolic of the end of a discredited old order Underneath Our Broken Wings uarrel with the king the church and the rest of Europe why this produced Terror and finally how it accomplished rule by a general The revolution destroyed the age old cultural institutional and social structures in France and beyond This book looks at how the ancien regime became ancien as well as examining cases in which achievement failed to match ambition Doyle explores the legacy of the revolution in the form of rationality in public affa. A good decent book about the French Revolution it follows it chapters in Echoes Why It Happened How It Happened What It Ended What It Started Where It Stands And answer most of these The Undefeated ueen Marie Antoinette guillotined amid popular jubilation in 1793 had said Let them eat cake when told that the people had no bread Everybody knows it still and nobody cares that it was an old story even before she was born heard by Jean Jacues Rousseau as early as 1740The Revolution was an explosion of popular violence Po Wieku Teatru Wybrzeze understandable if scarcely defensible resentment Those who attempted to lead or guide it were mostly simpletons or scoundrels all to be pitied for their presumptionthe Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen This was something entirely new in the history of the world The English Bill of Rights of 1689 had only proclaimed the rights of Englishmen The United States did not establish its own Bill of Rights

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