The French Revolution, 1787-99



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  • Hardcover
  • 638 pages
  • The French Revolution, 1787-99
  • Albert Soboul
  • English
  • 11 August 2017
  • 0044453817

10 thoughts on “The French Revolution, 1787-99

  1. Fernando Endara says:

    La Revoluci n Francesa de Albert Soboul es un cl sico de la historiograf a francesa y un referente obligado para los estudiosos de este periodo trascendental para el desarrollo de las instituciones y sociedades actuales Este importante suceso es el germen y modelo a seguir de las revoluciones burguesas, con todos sus aciertos y errores Una revoluci n que signific la ca da del Antiguo R gimen, de la monarqu a, del feudalismo y de la aristocracia, para establecer el predominio de la burgues a La Revoluci n Francesa de Albert Soboul es un cl sico de la historiograf a francesa y un referente obligado para los estudiosos de este periodo trascendental para el desarrollo de las instituciones y sociedades actuales Este importante suceso es el germen y modelo a seguir de las revoluciones burguesas, con todos sus aciertos y errores Una revoluci n que signific la ca da del Antiguo R gimen, de la monarqu a, del feudalismo y de la aristocracia, para establecer el predominio de la burgues a y la democracia , la creaci n de derechos y el disfrute de libertades civiles y econ micas que permitieron el auge del naciente capitalismo Si bien el ascenso del capitalismo y la burgues a se produjo un siglo de antes en los Pa ses Bajos y en Inglaterra fueron los ut picos...

  2. Eren Buğlalılar says:

    Albert Soboul, Frans z devrimini klasik Marksizm er evesinden de erlendiren bir tarih sunmu Alan n klasiklerinden Frans z Devrimi ne ili kin Marksist tarih vs Revizyonist tarih tart mas n n merkezindeki metinlerden biri Kitab n yazar Nazi i gali alt ndaki Fransa daki direni e destek oldu u i in niversitedeki g revinden uzakla t r lm , tescilli bir sosyalist.Yazar n geldi i gelenekten kaynakl olarak olduk a ak c , anla l r bir giri metni S n flar aras ndaki m cadeleyi, Jakobenleri, Albert Soboul, Frans z devrimini klasik Marksizm er evesinden de erlendiren bir tarih sunmu Alan n klasiklerinden Frans z Devrimi ne ili kin Marksist tarih vs Revizyonist tarih tart mas n n merkezindeki metinlerden biri Kitab n yazar Nazi i gali alt ndaki Fransa daki direni e destek oldu u i in niversitedeki g revinden uzakla t r lm , tescilli bir sosyalist.Yazar n geldi i gelenekten kaynakl olarak olduk a ak c , anla l r bir giri metni S n flar aras ndaki m cadeleyi, Jakobenleri, y k lmaya mahkum eli kili ideolojilerini, Termidor kar devrimini, burjuva iktidar n kurulu unu ve Napolyon un ad m ad m geli ini g zel aktarm Marx n da d nsel dayanaklar ndan biri olan Frans z Sosyalizmi nin k kenlerini hep merak ederdim Kitapta Babeuf ve arkada lar n n kom nist devrim giri imini ve ba...

  3. Geoff Sebesta says:

    It took me ten months of consistent, grinding effort to read this book I found it to be one ofdifficult and time consuming books that I ve ever read My patience was not really rewarded.The only reason I read it is because I want to read everything about the French Revolution, and this book contains information that is simply too boring to appear elsewhere I learned all about the economy of prerevolutionary France and the various ways that the assignat and bread maximums did not work He It took me ten months of consistent, grinding effort to read this book I found it to be one ofdifficult and time consuming books that I ve ever read My patience was not really rewarded.The only reason I read it is because I want to read everything about the French Revolution, and this book contains information that is simply too boring to appear elsewhere I learned all about the economy of prerevolutionary France and the various ways that the assignat and bread maximums did not work He is also the only historian I ve read yet that weights all parts of the Revolution so evenly that he gives equal time to the White Terror, which is usually overshadowed by the regular Terror.He also made it to page 525 before I found a mistake, which is some kind of record I feel that he misinterprets Napoleon s intentions towards England, but honestly, SFW 525 pages of closely reasoned single spaced nonstop dates and names, I don t mind if he misses a motivation.I have no idea how anyone expected t...

  4. Hatuxka says:

    The France of the old regime was divided into estates or classes By the onset of the French Revolution there developed classes within the third estate Intraclass dynamics within the third estate determined the fate of the country Claude Manceron s history of the final years leading up to French Revolution devotes much of the narrative to individual lives of many members of the third estate who aspired to nobility or feigned noble status It is inconceivable that a substantial history of the r The France of the old regime was divided into estates or classes By the onset of the French Revolution there developed classes within the third estate Intraclass dynamics within the third estate determined the fate of the country Claude Manceron s history of the final years leading up to French Revolution devotes much of the narrative to i...

  5. Claudio Valverde says:

    Es intersante Es un abordaje eminentemente socioecon mico Para legos en la materia, como es mi caso, no es una lectura f cil No obstante hecha luz y desidealiza el caracter de esta revoluci n Pasar del regimen fudal y eminentemente aristocr tico a un regimen burgues y capitalista fue un avance muy importante aunque parcial en la evoluci n de la sociedad Los ideales que movilizaron este movimiemnto social libertad, igualdad, fraternidad , facticamente no fueron ni tan rom ticos ni tan ideal...

  6. Ben Williams says:

    Sobul s book is an extremely detailed read, with only a few flaws Firstly it completely covers the entire revolutionary period, from aristocratic revolt in the 1780s, to the storming of the Bastille in 1789, the journees of 1792 and 1793, The Terror, Thermidor, and Napoleon, its all there in detail Sobul s analysis is on bases on class warfare, and he very aptly traces how this class conflict developed over the time period The skill with which he does t...

  7. Jonathan says:

    A massive but uninspired treatment of the French Revolution a 20th century Marxist interpretation owingto the Comintern than to the Constituent Assembly.In his 1973 preface, Soboul laments the revisionists vain attempts to deny the French Revolution that dangerous precedent its historical reality and its specific social and national character, and thus, apparently, their denial of the way it still echoes in the mind of men, an event to inspire and stir the spirit Flagwaving A massive but uninspired treatment of the French Revolution a 20th century M...

  8. Sándor Kiss says:

    First of all, you have to know that this is a very thorough work on the French revolution but it is written from a marxist point of view I didn t know this before I started reading it It doesn t mean that it s not punctual or it distorts history, but it interprets it differently, and also it writes down certain groups or events with marxist terminologies such as class, bourgeoisie, class warfare, class interests etc It s rather materialistic An interesting grab on the revolution s history t First of all, you have to know that this is a very thorough work on the French revolution but it is written from a marxist point of view I didn t know ...

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