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The French Revolution and Literature

Summary: Explores the history of the French Revolution. Describes its effect on world view and human society. Discusses how it influenced popular literature.
When you think of the word "revolution" do you think peasants storming the palace gates, Kings fleeing for their lives, a corrupt system of government crumbling, and a new form of fair order taking its place? The French revolution revolted against the natural order in Europe. It was not just a revolt against the Kings of the time, it brought an entire new way of viewing the world and human society. The theme of "Liberty, Equality, and Fraternity" hit the streets and spread all over Europe. Even though the Revolution didn't not successfully carry out it's theme, it has partially made our world what it is today. Not a single aspect of life was left untouched: military, economic, political, philosophical or literary. The minds of men and women were changed forever in the must fundamental way.

A revolution is generally triggered by a certain issue...

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