Revolutions

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Based on your reading of Charles Dickens’ A Tale of Two Cities, class lectures, and discussions, write a 5 to 7 page essay on the topic below. This is a formal presentation of your ideas, and as such, your work will be graded accordingly. MLA Style is acceptable. Please use quotations from the text to strengthen your argument. Your essay is due in the Drop Box on e Campus on Monday, October 22.


Analyze the origins of the French Revolution. What were the long-term and the short-term causes of this revolution? How did various groups, such as the nobility, bourgeoisie, workers, and peasants, gain or lose from the events of 1789-1799? How does Dickens help us to understand the Revolution? Reading the novel alerts one to the diverse values by which people lived and makes one conscious of things about us. The novel also deals with the individual in conflict with his/her environment, with the positive and negative values of revenge, with the conflict between duty and desire, between honor and dishonor. Discuss.

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Surname 1
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French Revolution
Conspicuously, the French Revolution that lasted ten years six months and four days was
carried forward by a French military leader Napoleon, in a bid to transform the leadership system
in France form monarchies and replacing them with liberal democracies and republics that were
authoritarian and militaristic. Moreover, the French Revolution that lasted from 5th May 1789 to
9th November 1799 had a significant effect to France nationalities and human history in general
since it created a path for individual freedoms and its future advancements, more so bringing end
to feudalism a common practice mixed of military and legal customs that determined how
societies were formed and structured based on the relationships individuals derived from holding
land in exchange of labor.
Notably, there before land belonged to the king, who would share it among His noble and
Lords who fought for him. In return, the Lords presented the King with taxes and or soldiers
from the laborers he had in his small community that was formed in respect to working for the
Lord. Therefore, the French Revolution brought an end to this system, leading to the growth of
modern nationalism in France where everybody was equal to a French nationality. Besides, the
French Revolution led to the rise of armed conflicts of France with other European countries

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such as Great Britain, Austria, Prussia, Spain, and Egypt, conquering all colonies and kingdoms
it went in war with.
Over the ten years, the French Revolution effectively got divided into four phases that
made the revolution into effect. Originally, the French Revolution was as a result of poor
management by King Louise XVI. Notably, in King Louses XVI’s regime...

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