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Children of the Revolution

The French, 1799-1914

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$30.00 • £24.95 • €27.00

ISBN 9780674057241

Publication Date: 10/30/2010

Short

576 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

7 maps, 43 halftones

United States and its dependencies only

  • List of Illustrations
  • Maps
    • Introduction: The Children of the Revolution
  • I. France, 1799–1870
    • 2. Discovering France
    • 3. A Divided Society
    • 4. Religion and Revolution
    • 5. ‘Le Malheur d’être femme’
    • 6. Artistic Genius and Bourgeois Culture
    • 7. The French in a Foreign Mirror
  • II. France, 1870–1914
    • 8. War and Commune, 1870–1871
    • 9. Consensus Found: French Politics, 1870–1914
    • 10. Reconciling Paris and the Provinces
    • 11. Class Cohesion
    • 12. Secularization and Religious Revival
    • 13. Feminism and its Frustrations
    • 14. Modernism and Mass Culture
    • 15. Rebuilding the Nation
  • Conclusion: 1914
  • Notes
  • Index

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