The discovery of france a historical geography paperback october 17 2008 by graham robb author visit amazons graham robb page find all the books read about the author and more see search results for this author are you an author . Graham robb brings a wonderful tour dhorizon of france between 1750 and 1914 not the france that we usually know with its sun kings enlightened philosophers and corsican emperors but quite the contrary of it the closed village communities with their incomprehensible dialects their superstition and their distrust of all what was strange and with their precarious survival economy. The discovery of france is about the french cultural geography and how this plays in the history of france to sum up at the time of the french revolution the french were generally not french instead france was a vast concoction of miscellaneous languages and cultures disconnected by the natural barriers and a diverse landscape and whose . The discovery of france a historical geography from the revolution to the first world war is a book by graham robbit was published in september 2007 in the united kingdom by picador and in october 2007 n the united states by w w norton and companythe book a result of cycling 14000 miles around france coupled with four years of research is an in depth examination of french national . The moral of the story as graham robbs discovery of france a historical geography from the revolution to the first world war makes clear is that france is not a unified cultural
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