>>6287929 Carlyle's The French Revolution, A History Aulard's The French Revolution: a political history Lefebvre's The French Revolution Cobban's The Social Interpretation of the French Revolution Doyle's Oxford History of the French Revolution Furets's Revolutionary France 1770-1880 (it's more a textbook than a non-fiction book, but hey)
There was also a 2 part french movie I'd recommend that gave a fairly even handed approach to the events. La Révolution française: les Années lumière La Révolution française: les Années terribles
>>6287964 Oh definitely, but there's definitely a value to be had in the proximity to the era he had while writing it. He was also just a genius, so his insights have kernels of truth no matter how the overall frameworks and biases have changed.
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