Bibliography

Place of publication is London unless otherwise stated.

Two useful bibliographical articles guide the reader to a wide selection of printed material on the reign:

John B. Wolf 'The Reign of Louis XIV: a selected bibliography of writing since the war of 1914-1918', Journal of Modern History, xxxvi (1964); and
Ragnhild Hatton 'Louis XIV: recent gains in historical knowledge', Journal of Modern History, XLV (1973).

The following works in English, several of them containing extensive bibliographical information, cover various aspects of Louis XIV's reign and government:

E.L. Asher, The Resistance to the Maritime Classes (Berkeley, 1960).
R. Briggs, Early Modern France 1560-1715 (Oxford, 1977).
W.E. Brown, The First Bourbon Century in France (1971).
W.F. Church, The Greatness of Louis XIV: myth or reality? (New York, 1959).
C.W. Cole, Colbert and a Century of French Mercantilism, 2 volumes (New York, 1939).
C.W. Cole, French Mercantilism 1683-1700 (New York, 1943).
Pierre Goubert, Louis XIV and Twenty Million Frenchmen (1970).
Ragnhild Hatton, 'Louis XIV: at the court of the Sun King', The Courts of Europe (ed. A.G. Dickens, 1977).
Ragnhild Hatton (ed.), Louis XIV and Absolutism (1976).
Ragnhild Hatton (ed.), Louis XIV and Europe (1976).
Ragnhild Hatton and J.S. Bromley (eds), William III and Louis XIV: Essays 1680-1720 by and for Mark A. Thomson (Liverpool, 1968).
H.G. Judge, 'Church and State under Louis XIV', History, XLV (1960).
Jacques Levron, Daily Life at Versailles in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries (1968).

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  • Title Page i
  • Contents v
  • Foreword vii
  • Europe in 1715 viii
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  • Influences Upon the King 2
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