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Social historians in contemporary France : essays from Annales / Edited and translated by the staff of Annales, Paris
(Harper torchbooks ; HR 1571)

Publisher New York : Harper & Row
Year [1972]
Codes ID=2000205474 NCID=BA04977996

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Language English
Size 327 p : illus ; 21 cm
Contents The Peruvian colonists and Charles V, by M. Bataillon
Grain prices in Paris, 1431-1788, by M. Baulant
Oscar Lewis and his experiment as a novelist-anthropologist, by N. Belmont
The camel and the wheel, by R. W. Bulliet
England and France in the eighteenth century, by F. Crouzet
Northwest France: the "young" in twelfth-century aristocratic society, by G. Duby
A great estate in Venetia in the eighteenth century: Anguillara, by J. Georgelin
Clerical culture and the traditions of folklore in Merovingian civilization, by J. Le Goff
The fantastical accounts of Gregory King, by E. L. R. Ladurie
The crisis of the Danish nobility, 1580-1660, by E. L. Petersen
Economic growth and its setbacks in France from the fifteenth to the eighteenth century, by D. Richet
The black hunter and the origin of the Athenian ephebeia, by P. Vidal-Naquet
The vision of the vanquished, by N. Wachtel
Notes (bibliographical, p. [261]-327)
Uniform title Annales; économies, sociétés, civilisations
Subjects LCSH:Social history -- Modern -- Addresses, essays, lectures  All Subject Search
Classification LCC:HN13

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