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Linton, Marisa (2014)
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: history
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    • [1] For this interpretation of revolutionary terror, see in particular Jean-Clément Martin, Violence et révolution: essais sur la naissance d'un mythe national (Paris: Seuil, 2006); and Annie Jourdan, “Les discours de la terreur à l'époque révolutionnaire,” French Historical Studies, 36 (2012): 52-81.
    • [2] See Mette Harder, “Crisis of Representation: The National Convention and the Search for Political Legitimacy, 1792-1795” (Phd, University of York, July 2010). Michel Biard's review gives the details of his forthcoming book on the Conventionnels. [4] See, for example, the work of Stephen Clay, “Vengeance, Justice and the Reactions in the Revolutionary Midi,” French History 23 (2009): 22-46.
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