The French Revolution
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  • 1
    The French Revolution, Volume 1: The Bastille | Thomas Carlyle

    The French Revolution, Volume 1: The Bastille

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    • By Thomas Carlyle
    • Narrated By Robert Bethune
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    Thomas Carlyle's The French Revolution is a landmark of literary history. Conceived not as a dry recounting of facts, but as a personal, vivid, direct and dramatic encounter with the turbulent times of revolutionary France, it is in fact an extended dramatic monologue in which we meet not only the striking personalities and events of the time, but the equally striking personality and mind of Thomas Carlyle himself.

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    The French Revolution, Volume 2: The Constitution | Thomas Carlyle

    The French Revolution, Volume 2: The Constitution

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 52 mins)
    • By Thomas Carlyle
    • Narrated By Robert Bethune
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    Thomas Carlyle's The French Revolution is a landmark of literary history. Conceived not as a dry recounting of facts, but as a personal, vivid, direct and dramatic encounter with the turbulent times of revolutionary France, it is in fact an extended dramatic monologue in which we meet not only the striking personalities and events of the time, but the equally striking personality and mind of Thomas Carlyle himself.

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    The French Revolution, Volume 3: The Guillotine | Thomas Carlyle

    The French Revolution, Volume 3: The Guillotine

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 53 mins)
    • By Thomas Carlyle
    • Narrated By Robert Bethune
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    Thomas Carlyle's The French Revolution is a landmark of literary history. Conceived not as a dry recounting of facts, but as a personal, vivid, direct, and dramatic encounter with the turbulent times of revolutionary France, it is in fact an extended dramatic monologue in which we meet not only the striking personalities and events of the time, but the equally striking personality and mind of Thomas Carlyle himself.

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