Good. Clean and tightly bound with minimal shelf-wear, bright pages and unmarked text. Missing jackets. Two volume set, Volume I: From its Origins to 1793, Volume II: From 1793 to 1799. Translated from the French by John Hall Stewart. Published 1964. Light rubbing to extremities. Crack in hinge paper 1/8 inch front, hinge strong.
Good. No Jacket. Hardback book. No jacket. EX-LIBRARY copy with all the usual library markings, stickers and stampings. Good condition with general wear. Light cover wear. The pages are clean and the binding is tight. A good copy.
Fair. 796 pages. Hardcover with dustjacket. Reading copy. There is water damage to one book which also has a weak binding. The other one is somewhat discolored. EUROPE. A vivid narrative of events in France, analyzing the succession of revolts--by the aristocracy, the bourgeoisie, the towns and the peasantry--which set in motion the inexorable course of social, political and economic upheaval. Includes an Index. (Key Words: Europe, French Revolution, Aristocracy, Bourgeoisie, Louis XVI, Russia, Proletariet, Paris, Patriots Party, Peasants, Royalists, Public Safety, Trade, Poverty, Lobor, Germany).
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