Paris In The Revolution edited by Reay Tannahill
A Collection of Eye-witness Accounts edited by Reay Tannahill. What was the French revolution really about? What did it mean to the people who were personally involved in it? What was it like to live in Paris at the time? – for according to one contemporary writer, it was Paris which made the revolution, and it was Paris which brought it to grief. This book attempts to answer these questions by using raw materials of history, the very words of people who took part and the graphic work of artists who were the forerunners of today's news-cameramen
- Folio Society First Edition No. 226
- Publisher Folio Society, London; 1966
- Quarter Black Cloth with Printed Paper Sides Hardback, 127 pp
- With colour and b/w illustrations
- Size 250 x 190mm, 700g
Condition: Very Good – No Inscriptions, Very Good Copy
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