Source Analysis French Revolution Social Analysis

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The first source depicts citizens of France holding weapons and rioting. They are standing over deceased bodies and rubble. A woman is holding the tricolor insignia. The image represents the fall of the monarchy and France successfully becoming a republic. It demonstrates the rise of the third class and the brutal methods they used to achieve it. The image shows people from different character, such as a woman, a child and a well-dressed man; who appears to play a greater role in the third estate. This demonstrates how everyone had a role in the revolution. The image shows a man in a military uniform on the ground. This means that the people had outpowered even the military. The events in the image depict pride in a nation because the revolutionaries managed to overthrow the monarchy and ruled the country properly. It demonstrates a collective consciousness among the revolutionaries because they all fought together and successfully overthrew the monarchy.
The second source is a quote by Maximilien Robespierre, where he is criticizing the meaning of the word ‘law’ and stating his meaning of it. His philosophy is in line with the ideas of the enlightenment. In his quote, he is referring to the the system of Absolute Monarchy where the needs of the third estate were often neglected. He is against the absolute monarchy and their system of governing. He believes in liberty, equality and fraternity. The quote demonstrates a disruption in sense of belonging because the third estate was not treated the same as nobility. It also disrupts pride in a nation because of the cruel and unjust system that France was built on. In absol...


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