Subject American History

Topic     The Revolutionary French Revolution

Type      Essay

Level     College

Style      Chicago

Sources                1

Language             English(U.S.)


Consider at least three of the four primary source images at the end of Chapter 16 in the %u0432%u0402%u045AWorking with Evidence%u0432%u0402%u045C section (pp. 730%u0432%u0402%u201D735). (Be sure to read the section %u0432%u0402%u045AWorking with Primary Sources,%u0432%u0402%u045C found early in the textbook%u0432%u0402%u201Dit offers guidance on analyzing primary-source images.) Write a 700-900 word essay using those images to address one of the following bulleted question-clusters; your thesis statement should reflect a response to the question-cluster you choose:


***In what different ways was the French Revolution portrayed in these visual sources? How might you account for those differences? Consider issues of class, nationality, religious commitment, time period, and gender, as relevant.

Based on these images, what was revolutionary about the French Revolution? And what earlier patterns of French life persisted?


Your thesis statement should reflect the question-cluster you have chosen. Be sure to base your response on the documents themselves and the information provided in the preceding chapter. As you plan your essay, be sure to pay attention to format instruction on the syllabus, and to the guide document on essays, located under the Student Resources module in the Content area.



Strayer, Robert W. Ways of the World: A Brief Global History, with Sources, Vol. 2. 3rd ed. MacMillan Higher Education, 2016.


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