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The Bastille: A History of a Symbol of Despotism and Freedom (Bicentennial Reflections on the French Revolution) Paperback – July 18, 1997
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"This fascinating book, originally published in German at the turn of the decade, offers a rare view in English of the historical riches which have recently materialized "outre-Rhin,""
--Malcolm Crook," French History"
"[F]resh and new. Lusebrink and Reichardt have produced a fascinating book about the images and representations of the Bastille that have accrued for three centuries. . . . This book cleverly combines innumerable telling anecdotes with a serious historical argument, replete with a quantitative analysis of texts. . . . [T]his wonderful book shows us a French Revolution teeming with life, with heroism, and not least, with absurdity."
--Journal of Interdisciplinary History
Text: English (translation)
Original Language: German
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