France After Revolution: Urban Life, Gender, and the New Social Order
The decades following the French Revolution saw unprecedented political and social experimentation. As the Napoleonic and Restoration regimes attempted to build a stable order, ordinary city dwellers began to create their own sense of how society operated through everyday activities. Interactions between men and women--in theaters, cafes, and other public settings--helped...more
Hardcover, 257 pages
Published April 1st 2007 by Harvard University Press
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