The French Revolution by Thomas Carlyle

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The French Revolution

Publisher: G. Bell and sons
ISBN/ASIN: 1406512745
Number of pages: 430

Written in 1837 by a Scottish-born British historian and essayist who was a leading figure in the Victorian era. The French Revolution was written in dramatic language bringing the history of the revolution alive in a way that few historians have ever done.

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