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The Structures of Everyday Life by Fernand Braudel
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May 30, 09

Reads like a textbook -- fairly dry & factual -- but it contains some interesting material about what life was like during those four centuries, how things changed and what didn't change. It seems to have a European focus, with material about the middle East, far East, and the new world.

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