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Eighteenth Century Blogosphere

French Revolution War of Pamphlets


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Eighteenth Century Blogosphere by Richard J. Warren
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This book was part of a graduate school project for an English literature class. The purpose of this volume is to provide a sampling of essays debating the French Revolution. By providing a selection representing different ages, economic backgrounds and sex it is possible to see how these characteristics may, or may not, have influenced the respective writer's position. The essayist chosen included the elder statesmen, Richard Price and Edmund Burke, the middle-aged Thomas Paine and Arthur Young, the younger William Godwin and William Blake, and the women Mary Wollstonecraft and Helen Maria Williams. The decision was made to opt for essays from the most well-known essayists as opposed to the more obscure writer's whose opinions may well have been just as valid. The available essays from Price, Burke, Paine, Young, Godwin and Wollstonecraft are quite lengthy. This necessitated selecting excerpts that would illustrate both the respective writer's style and political leanings. The essays were written from the beginning of the revolt and ending prior to the Reign of Terror under Robespierre. The opinions of many, though not all, of the writers shifted as the horrors of the end stages of the revolution became known.

Author Biography

Richard Warren is an author and freelance journalist and currently the Consumer Columnist for The Vegas Voice newspaper. His book "Scammers, Schemers, and Dreamers," was released in June 2014. Co-written with Elisabeth Daniels, the former head of the Nevada Fight Fraud Task Force, the book explores the human toll of being victimized by fraud. Richard is also the author of "A Rehabber's Tale, the Reality of Fixing and Flipping Real Estate." In addition his fiction was recently featured in "Tales From the Silver State," an anthology of Emerging Nevada Writers. Richard is graduate of the University of Nevada Las Vegas having majored in English with a Concentration in Creative Writing. He is currently in the Masters program at UNLV majoring in English Literature.
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December 22nd, 2014
Illustrations, black and white
Muddy Pig Press
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