The Crisis of the Absolute Monarchy

By: Julian Swann & Joel Felix

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ISBN
9780197265383
Date Released
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Hardcover
Pages
337
Dimensions
166 x 242 x 26mm

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For generations of historians, 1789 was a defining moment in world history and it has been said to mark, amongst other things, the triumph of the bourgeoisie, the birth of modernity, the rise of nationalism or even the invention of ideology. To explain an event of such magnitude it was understandable that historians should seek no less portentous explanations of its origins and that factors such as the rise of capitalism, class struggle or the impact of the Enlightenment were cited as the long-term causes of Revolution. In recent years, however, there has been a preoccupation with the actual course of the Revolution. The present collection, by contrast, focuses once again upon the origins of the dramatic events within and beyond France which transformed later eighteenth-century Europe so comprehensively and established the terms of political and social struggle for the next two centuries.
ISBN:
9780197265383
Publication Date:
19 / 05 / 2013
Pages:
337
Dimensions:
166 x 242 x 26mm

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