The french revolution was a time of great upheaval for france and its colonies it started with the storming of the bastille on july 14 1789 and ended in the late 1790s with the ascension of napoleon bonaparte the days of the french revolution starts with a brief overview of the reign of louis xvi and ends with the rise of bonaparte. The days of the french revolution is a fantastic voyage through the best and worst of the human condition and confirms hibberts place as a historian with the rare gift of presenting history in a highly readable and engaging manner indeed the work reads like a great novel only one imagines fiction would be a lot less bloody. Works from les misirables by victor hugo to citizens by simon schama have been inspired by the french revolution now available for the first time in years the days of the french revolution brings. The days of the french revolution by hibbert christopher 1924 publication date 1999 topics france history revolution 1789 1799 originally published in great britain in 1980 by allen lane penguin books ltd under the title the french revolution first published as a quill paperback in 1981 tp verso access restricted item true
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