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Readership: Students and scholars of the French Revolution, French History, Women's History
Lindsay A. H. Parker, adjunct, Northern Virginia Community Colleges, US
Lindsay A. H. Parker is an Adjunct Professor, Northern Virginia Community Colleges
"invaluable" - Marisa Linton, French History
"Writing the Revolution is a welcome addition to the history of women in late eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century France, while also enriching our understanding of the Revolution as an individual and familial experience." - Mette Harder, History
1. The Old Regime
2. Reading for Revolution
3. The Beginning of the Revolution
5. Adopting the Terror
Conclusion: "In Silence and in Shadow"
Appendix: Rosalie's Library
Timeline of the French Revolution and the Jullien Family