Arlette Farge

Arlette Farge is Director of Research in Modern History, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris.

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Cover: History of Women in the West, Volume III: Renaissance and the Enlightenment ParadoxesHistory of Women in the West, Volume III: Renaissance and the Enlightenment ParadoxesDavis, Natalie Zemon
Farge, Arlette
Goldhammer, Arthur
Duby, Georges
Perrot, Michelle
PAPERBACK03/15/1995$34.50
Cover: The Vanishing Children of Paris: Rumor and Politics before the French RevolutionThe Vanishing Children of Paris: Rumor and Politics before the French RevolutionFarge, Arlette
Revel, Jacques
Mieville, Claudia
PAPERBACK10/15/1993$35.50
Cover: Fragile Lives: Violence, Power, and Solidarity in Eighteenth-Century ParisFragile Lives: Violence, Power, and Solidarity in Eighteenth-Century ParisFarge, Arlette
Shelton, Carol
PAPERBACK01/01/1993$29.00
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