Think of examples before, during, and immediately after the revolutionary events, giving examples for all three Estates, e.g. someone from the ruling aristocratic class, then women from working and peasant class, and someone from middle class – bourgeois. Use and cite at least once your e-book, a video documentary (see suggestions below), and an academic source of your choice found at our library or online. For video documentary consider watching Women and the French Revolution by Tom Richey: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QG3Zg12YcUQ It has three parts, and all are about 10-15 minutes long, free on YouTube. Ignore Tom Richey’s (mis)pronunciation of French names and places. For a broader picture on the revolution consider watching the History Channel’s French Revolution: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DLm0O0BZzfo The image quality may not be superb, but it’s free of charge, on YouTube. Write a 600 word response. Include at least 4 dates/periods, e.g. the year when X happened, the century when Y ruled, etc. Utilize and provide answers to the general historical questions – Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How as you go. Do make sure that when you use sources (your e-text, website, video, publication). Cite properly your sources: at the end of quoted or paraphrased line, in brackets state author and page number, or simply name of website/video, and at the end of the paper state the full citation.
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