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VCE History Units 3 & 4: Revolutions: Library Print Resources - French Revolution

A resource guide to support VCE History Units 3 and 4: Revolutions

Artwork - Liberty leading the people

Delacroix, Eugene, 1830. Liberty leading the people (July 28, 1830). Painting, Louvre, Paris. 

Library Resources - Texts

Novels set against the French Revolution

Other novels include:

  • Pure by Andrew Miller (2011)
  • The Glass Blowers by Daphne de Maurier (1963), and
  • Dangerous Liaisons by Pierre Choderlos de Laclos (1782).

These novels can be borrowed through the public library network or purchased online. 

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France - History - 1789-1799 - Revolution

Call numbers beginning with 944.04

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