Essays and Research Papers on France (Before 1700)

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A 6 page bibliographic essay that evaluates the various interpretations offered by contemporary historical writers on the subject. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

This 5-page paper compares and contrasts views held by Roland Mousnier and George Lefebvre in terms of what caused uprising in 17th and 18th century France. This essay examines both the causes, and the roles of the peasants, merchant classes and aristocracies in The Fronde (mid-1600s) and the French Revolution (mid-1700s). Bibliography lists 2 sources.

This 5 page paper examines the impact of the colonial rule and orientalism over the development of Middle Eastern politics particularly in terms of state formation, nationalism and economic development. The bibliography cites 5 sources.

12 pages in length. The extent to which French and British domestic, financial and war policymaking during the Nine Years' War between 1688 and 1697 influenced each country's foreign policy and ultimately shaped the international orders in Europe is both grand and far-reaching; that either country was able to draw substantial inference regarding ...

A 7 page analysis of “The Return of Martin Guerre” by Natalie Zemon Davis. No additional sources cited.

This 5 page paper provides an overview about some of Machiavelli and More's works and then a bit about King Henry IV. Then two example essays are provided that pretend to be written by each of the theorists regarding their views on Henry IV. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

A 5 page paper which analyzes/reviews two different books on the French Revolution. The books are “The Coming of the French Revolution” by George Lefebvre and “Social Interpretation of the French Revolution” by Alfred Cobban. No additional sources cited.

12 pages in length. The extent to which French and British domestic, financial and war policymaking during the Nine Years' War between 1688 and 1697 influenced each country's foreign policy and ultimately shaped the international orders in Europe is both grand and far-reaching; that either country was able to draw substantial inference regarding ...

A 7 page analysis of “The Return of Martin Guerre” by Natalie Zemon Davis. No additional sources cited.

This 5 page paper provides an overview about some of Machiavelli and More's works and then a bit about King Henry IV. Then two example essays are provided that pretend to be written by each of the theorists regarding their views on Henry IV. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

A 5 page paper which analyzes/reviews two different books on the French Revolution. The books are “The Coming of the French Revolution” by George Lefebvre and “Social Interpretation of the French Revolution” by Alfred Cobban. No additional sources cited.

A 4 page consideration of the role women played during the French Revolution. Despite the fact that ultimately they would be excluded from the very equality that the Revolution sought, women were inspired to fight for change as they had never fought before. Women were involved in practically every facet of the Revolution. ...

Palace of Versailles

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A 5 page paper on the architecture of the Palace of Versailles. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

A 3 page paper which examines the factors that led to the rise in Absolutism in France in the 17th century. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

A 3 page analysis of the play “Le Bougeois Getilhomme” by Moliere and the play’s time period. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

3 pages in length. The French Revolution quickly turned into a relentless deluge of death that culminated by creating a Republic and executing the king and queen. From its roots as a constitutional reform movement instigated by an assemblage of aristocrats to its ultimate climax that left people fearful of whose hands would ...

4 pages in length. Napoleon Bonaparte was a man with an agenda, a ruler with a design for defeat. How he went about reaching his objective is found in the manner by which he both continued and broke from the aims of his revolutionary predecessors. The battleground was where much of his ...

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