Political Actors: Representative Bodies and Theatricality in the Age of the French Revolution

Synopsis

From the start of the French Revolution, contemporary observers were struck by the overwhelming theatricality of political events. Paul Friedland argues that politics and theatre became virtually indistinguishable during the Revolutionary period.

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