THE FRENCH REVOLUTION-- SELECTED RESOURCESKeeley Library Revised January 23, 2001
General History of Europe
BACKGROUND INFORMATION ABOUT THE FRENCH REVOLUTION
|in World Book Encyclopedia.
World Book, 2001
Americana. Danbury, CT:Grolier, 1999
|Woloch, Isser. "French Revolution". v. 7||Taylor, George V. "French Revolution". v. 12|
|Ref. 909 M613 V.2||Landmarks of World Civilizations
from 1500 to the Present This books contains outside readings
and study questions for the following:
Two Documents of the French Revolution: Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen of 1789.
|Ref. 940 M194 v.1||Great Events from History, Modern
European Series Volume 1
This series lists principal personages, event summaries, summaries of important literature and lists of additional outside readings. It is a very good place to start when researching these topics:
|Ref. 909 S 675 v.1||
Chapter 10: Era of the French Revolution
|Ref 941 H673 v.8||
This is Sir Winston Churchill's view of history from a British perspective. It is extremely well illustrated and includes lengthy chapters on the following:
|Ref. 909 D951 v. 10||Rousseau and Revolution
Will and Ariel Durant have written this lengthy, well detailed account of personalities and events during the French Revolution. It is part of their series: The Story of Civilization. The book is 1091 pages long, and includes an index and an extensive bibliography.
|Ref 905 A615 1991 v.2||Annual Editions Reprints:
These contain reprints from history journals. Articles are usually between 5-10 pages long.
Western Civilization Volume II
Article 15: The French Revolution in the Minds of Men
|Ref. 905 A6147 1990||World History Volume II
Article 15: What Was Revolutionary About the French Revolution?
Documents on Microfilm
PERIODICALS AND NEWS ARTICLES ONLINE
|SIRS NEWSPAPER AND PERIODICAL REPRINTS:||INFOTRAC WEB ONLINE PERIODICALS DATABASE||ELECTRIC LIBRARY|
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