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The shadow of the guillotine : Britain and the French Revolution

Author: David Bindman; Aileen Dawson; Mark Jones; British Museum. Trustees.
Publisher: London : Published for the Trustees of the British Museum by British Museum Publications, ©1989.
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Genre/Form: Exhibition catalogs
History
Exhibitions
Art and the revolution Exhibitions
Expositions
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Bindman, David, 1940-
Shadow of the guillotine.
London : Published for the Trustees of the British Museum by British Museum Publications, ©1989
(OCoLC)633027497
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: David Bindman; Aileen Dawson; Mark Jones; British Museum. Trustees.
ISBN: 0714116378 9780714116372
OCLC Number: 21376375
Notes: Catalog of an exhibition.
Description: 232 pages, [8] pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 28 cm
Contents: Foreword / by Sir David Wilson --
'This monstrous tragi-comic scene': British reactions to the French Revolution / by John Brewer --
Introduction --
Catalogue: 1. Before the Revolution: French stereotypes; The English mob: the Gordon Riots; British radicalism; The French trade --
2. The first year of liberty: Bastille to Fédération: The storming and demolition of the Bastille; The prisoners of the Bastille; The new regime: the first year; The new French market: exports to France, 1789-91 --
3. The collapse of the French monarch: Growing disorder, 1791-10 August 1792; The first disquiet in Britain: Burke and Paine; 'Church and King': campaigns against 'sedition', 1791-2 --
4. The first year of equality, September 1792-June 1793: The Association for Preserving Liberty and Property against Republicans and Levellers, November-December 1792; The sans-culottes; The Opposition unmasked: Charles James Fox as sans-culotte; The imprisonment of the royal family and the trial of Louis; Louis's last farewell to his family, 20 January 1793; The execution of the king, 21 January 1793 --
5. The second year of equality: France under the guillotine, June 1793-July 1794: The Montagnard Republic, June-November 1793; The republican martyr: The death of Marat, 13 July 1793; The fate of Marie Antoinette and the royal family; Life under the Terror, November 1793-July 1794; The Committee of Public Safety hits back: French caricatures of the British in Year II --
6. British artists and writers and the Revolution: Themes from Milton's Paradise Lost; William Blake and the Revolution; Radical artists and authors --
7. Thermidor to Brumaire, July 1794-November 1799: France under the Directory and the advent of Bonaparte; The threat of invasion and its imagined consequences --
8. Sovereignty of the king and sovereignty of the people: The Treason Trails, 1794; The 'Gagging Acts', November-December 1795; Radicalism on the margins, 1796-8; Happy Britannia and Good King George --
9. The émigrés: French émigrés in England --
10. Retrospect: the view from the nineteenth century: Madame Tussaud; Victorian images of the Revolution.
Responsibility: David Bindman ; with contributions by Aileen Dawson and Mark Jones.

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