The French Revolution of 1789 and Its Impact


The essays in this collection, drawn from a Hofstra University bicentennial conference on the French Revolution, seek to come to terms, often from conflicting points of view, with the complex relationship between events and their representations. The question "How did the lived experience that eventually became known as the French Revolution come to be organized?" provides a common thread for the collection. Individual chapters examine the Revolution from the vantage points of theology and philosophy, theater and literature, as well as politics and history.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • John R. Jeanneney
  • Erica Joy Mannucci
  • Tom Conner
  • Jeanne Fuchs
  • Claudine Hunting
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Westport, CT
Publication year:
  • 1995


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