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A first review of my monograph has been published in the most recent issue of Les Nouvelles de l’estampe. It’s so new in fact that the website hasn’t been updated yet, but I found out through the magic of Twitter:
The editor, Rémi Mathis, very kindly sent me a PDF of the whole review.
It was written by none other than Annie Duprat, whose research I have long-admired and, thankfully, it ends on this very generous note indeed:
Très bien composé et très détaillé, ce livre, qui comporte un appareil critique considérable (notes, bibliographie, index) rendra de très grands services à tous ceux qui s’intéressent à l’histoire culturelle de la Révolution française.
[Translation:] Very well composed and very detailed, this book, which contains a considerable critical apparatus (notes, bibliography, index), will be of great service to all those interested in the cultural history of the French Revolution.
Couldn’t ask for better, frankly.