Readership: Historians of the French Revolution, particularly those interested in how it has shaped modern politics; general readers with an interest in the French Revolution
Marisa Linton, Reader in History, Kingston University
Marisa Linton is a leading historian of the French Revolution. She is currently Reader in History at Kingston University. She has published widely on eighteenth-century France and the French Revolution. She is the author of <i>The Politics of Virtue in Enlightenment France</i> (2001) and the co-editor of <i>Conspiracy in the French Revolution</i> (2007).
"Marisa Linton's new book is in the best traditions of such careful, detailed, biographically-conscious evaluations." - Dr Dave Andress, Reviews in History
Political Identity and the Jacobin Leaders
1: The Eighteenth-Century Man of Virtue
2: 'How the Face of Things Has Changed!'
3: New Men for New Politics: the First Jacobin Leaders
4: The Ascendancy of the Girondins and the Path to War
5: Choosing Sides: Friends, Factions and Conspirators in the New Republic
6: A Conspiracy of Girondins
7: Being Cincinnatus: The Jacobins in Power
8: The Enemy Within
9: The Robespierrists and the Republic of Virtue
10: Final Choices: Thermidor
11: Achieving Authenticity