Citizens - a Chronicle of the French Revolution

Two volumes. 'Historians have been overconfident about the wisdom to be gained by distance, believing it somehow confers objectivity, one of those unattainable values in which they have placed so much faith', near the beginning of the author's preface before setting off on a reconstruction of the events and period; illustrated, indexed, 900+pp; first published in 1989.

Publisher: The Folio Society. First edition thus
Edition: First Edition
Place Published: London
Buckram and deep red crushed silk binding. Fine as issued without dustwrappers in pictorial slipcase. The two vols.


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