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FR322 Further Reading

  • Andress, D., French Society in Revolution (1999)
  • Andress, D., The Terror: Civil War in the French Revolution (2005)
  • Bertaud, Jean-Paul, Le Consulat et l’Empire 1799-1815 (1989)
  • Bingham, A., ‘Chénier and French culture during the Revolution’, MLR, 61 (1966)
  • Blanc, O., Olympe de Gouges (1981)
  •  Olympe de Gouges : une femme de libertés (1989)
  • Blanning, T.C.W., The French Revolution : Class War or Culture Clash? (1998)
  • Blum, C., Rousseau and the Republic of Virtue: The Language of Politics in the French Revolution (1986)
  • Bonnet, J.-C., La Carmagnole des muses (1988)
  • Bonnet, J.-C., L'Empire Des Muses: Napoleon, les Arts et les Lettres (2004)
  • Bordes, Philippe, Aux armes et aux arts: Les Arts de la Révolution (1988)
  • Bourdin, Philippe & Gérard Loubinoux (eds), Les arts de la scène & la révolution française (Clermont-Ferrand: Université Blaise-Pascal, 2004)
  • Brecy, R., La Révolution en chantant (1988)
  • Brive, Marie-France (ed), Les Femmes et la Révolution, actes du colloque international, 12-13-14 avril 1989, Université de Toulouse-Le Mirail, 3 vols (1989)
  • Censer, J.R. and L. Hunt, Exploring the French Revolution (2001)
  • Chartier, R. The Cultural Origins of the French Revolution, trans. by L. Cochrane (Durham, N.C., 1991)
  • Crook, Malcolm, Napoleon comes to power: Democracy and Dictatorship in Revolutionary France (1998)
  • Doyle, W., Origins of the French Revolution (1980)
  • Doyle, W., The Oxford History of the French Revolution (1989; new ed. 2003)
  • Gérard, A. La Révolution française: mythes et réalité 1789-1970 (1970)
  • Goodman, Dena, Marie-Antoinette : Writings on the Body of a Queen (2003)
  • Haydon, C. and W. Doyle (eds), Robespierre (1999)
  • Jones, C., The Great Nation (2002)
  • Jourdan, Annie, Napoléon. Héros, imperator, mécène (1998)
  • Jourdan, Annie, L’Empire de Napoléon (2000)
  • Kates, G. (ed.), The French Revolution: Recent Debates and New Controversies (1998)
  • Kennedy, E., A Cultural History of the French Revolution (1989)
  • Kennedy, E (ed), Theatre, Opera and Audiences in Revolutionary Paris (1996)
  • Lentz, T., Nouvelle histoire du Premier Empire (2002)
  • Mason, L., Singing the French Revolution (1996)
  • Mason, L., “Angels and Furies: Women and Popular Song in the French Revolution,” in Jeffrey
    Jackson & Stanley Pelkey (eds) Music and History: Bridging the Disciplines.
    University Press of Mississippi, 2005. pp 44-61 on google books
  • Melzer, S. and L. Rabine, Rebel Daughters: Women and the French Revolution (1992)
  • Négrel, Eric and J.-P. Sermain, Une Expérience rhétorique: L’Eloquence de la Révolution, SVEC 2002:2
  • Ozouf, M., La Fête révolutionnaire (1976)
  • Petiteau, N. Napoléon, de la mythologie à l'histoire (2004)
  • Roberts, J.M., (ed), French Revolution Documents I & II (1966 & 1973)
  • Schama, S., Citizens (1989)
  • Sweetman, J., The Enlightenment and the Age of Revolution (1998)
  • Tarin, R., Le Théâtre de la constituante ou l’Ecole du peuple (1998)
  • Tulard, Jean, Napoléon ou le mythe du sauveur (1987)
  • Tulard, Jean (ed) Dictionnaire Napoléon (1999)
  • Weber, Caroline, Terror and its discontents : suspect words in revolutionary France (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2003)
  • Woloch, Isser The new regime: transformations of the French civic order, 1789-1820 (1994)