The spark of a revolution can become the ultimate milestone or the devastation flowing through all the lives of a nation, especially for the French. What better way can that history be told than by the scholarly words of Doyle who presents the revolution of France in a historic narrative. The Oxford History of The French Revolution, by William Doyle, is worded wisely by the brilliant author William Doyle who handles to present the story in a not too sketchy nor too detailed manner. Also, he hits the target to keep the story basic while keeping the reader’s mind interested.
Reviewed by Anonymous, Grade 10
Glendale Central Library