The Furies: Violence and Terror in the French and Russian Revolutions

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  • Title Page *
  • Contents xi
  • Preface xiii
  • The Furies *
  • Introduction 3
  • Notes 18
  • Part One - Conceptual Signposts 21
  • Chapter 1 - Revolution 23
  • Notes *
  • Chapter 2 - Counterrevolution 45
  • Notes 68
  • Chapter 3 - Violence 71
  • Notes *
  • Chapter 4 - Terror 93
  • Notes *
  • Chapter 5 - Vengeance 126
  • Notes *
  • Chapter 6 - Religion 141
  • Notes *
  • Part Two - Crescendo of Violence 169
  • Chapter 7 - The Return of Vengeance: Terror in France, 1789–95 171
  • Notes *
  • Chapter 8 - In the Eye of a “time of Troubles”: Terror in Russia, 1917–21 227
  • Notes *
  • Part Three - Metropolitan Condescension and Rural Distrust 321
  • Chapter 9 - Peasant War in France: the Vendeâe 323
  • Notes *
  • Chapter 10 - Peasant War in Russia: Ukraine and Tambov 371
  • Notes 407
  • Part Four - The Sacred Contested 411
  • Chapter 11 - Engaging the Gallican Church and the Vatican 413
  • Notes *
  • Chapter 12 - Engaging the Russian Orthodox Church 449
  • Notes *
  • Chapter 13 - Perils of Emancipation: Protestants and Jews in the Revolutionary Whirlwind 483
  • Notes *
  • Part Five - A World Unhinged 530
  • Chapter 14 - Externalization of the French Revolution: the Napoleonic Wars 533
  • Notes 602
  • Chapter 15 - Internalization of the Russian Revolution: Terror in One Country 607
  • Notes *
  • Index 703
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