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William Beik. Absolutism and Society in Seventeenth-Century France: State Power and Provincial Aristocracy in Languedoc. Cambridge University Press. 1988. 375pp.

Max Beloff. The Age of Absolutism, 1660-1815. Harper. 1966. 189pp.

Yves Marie BercÚ. Translated by Richard Rex. The Birth of Absolutism: A History of France, 1598-1661. St. Martin's Press. 1996. 262pp.

Mary Fulbrook. Piety and Politics: Religion and the Rise of Absolutism in England, Wurttemberg and Prussia. Cambridge University Press. 1983. 223pp.

Ronald Walter Harris. Absolutism and Enlightenment, 1660-1789. Harper & Row. 1966. 382pp.

Alan James. The Origins of French Absolutism, 1598-1661. Pearson Longman. 2006. 148pp.

Michael S. Kimmel. Absolutism and Its Discontents: State and Society in Seventeenth Century France and England. Transaction Publishers. 1988. 265pp.

Franz Mehring. Translated by R. A. Archer. Absolutism and Revolution in Germany, 1525-1848. New Park Publications. 1975. 288pp.

Orest Ranum. Paris in the Age of Absolutism: An Essay. Penn State Press. 2004. 403pp.

Hilton L. Root. Peasants and King in Burgundy: Agrarian Foundations of French Absolutism. University of California Press. 1987. 277pp.

Hamish M. Scott (editor). Enlightened Absolutism: Reform and Reformers in Later Eighteenth-Century Europe. University of Michigan Press. 1990. 385pp.

Jay M. Smith. The Culture of Merit: Nobility, Royal Service, and the Making of Absolute Monarchy in France, 1600-1789. University of Michigan Press. 1996. 305pp.

Anthony F. Upton. Charles XI and Swedish Absolutism. Cambridge University Press. 1998. 281pp.

Peter H. Wilson. Absolutism in Central Europe. Routledge. 2000. 173pp.



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