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It is an era that redefined history. As the 1790s began, a fragile America teetered on the brink of oblivion, Russia towered as a vast imperial power, and France plunged into revolution. But in contrast to the way conventional histories tell it, none of these remarkable events occurred in isolation. Now for the first time, in The Great Upheaval acclaimed historian Jay Winik masterfully illuminates how their fates combined in one extraordinary moment to change the course of civilisation.
In this sweeping, magisterial drama, Winik brings his vast, meticulous research and narrative genius to the cold, dark battlefields and deadly clashes of ideologies that defined this age. Here is a savage world war, the toppling of a great dynasty, and an America struggling to survive at home and abroad.
And here is the richest cast of characters to walk upon the world stage: Washington and Jefferson, Louis XVI and Robespierre, Catherine the Great, Adams, Napoleon, and Selim III. Exquisitely written and utterly compelling, The Great Upheaval vividly depicts an arc of revolutionary fervour stretching from Philadelphia and Paris to St Petersburg and Cairo - with fateful results.
About The Author
JAY Winik is the author of the New York Times bestseller April 1865, which received wide international acclaim. He is a regular contributor to the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times. A senior scholar of history and public policy at the University of Maryland, he is a member of the governing council of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Winik lives in Chevy Chase, Maryland.
"The Great Upheaval is great history, vividly told."--Jon Meacham
|List of Maps|
|Prelude: At the Threshold|
|Part I: The Promise of a New Age|
|Part II: Turmoil|
|Part III: Terror|
|Part IV: A World Transformed|
|Epilogue: The Founding|
|Table of Contents provided by Simon & Schuster UK Ltd. All Rights Reserved.|
Number Of Pages: 659
Published: 2nd March 2009
Dimensions (cm): 19.800 x 13.000 x 4.5
Weight (kg): 0.478