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Paris and the Commune 1871-78


Despite the scholarship and political activism devoted to keeping the memory of the Paris Commune alive, there still remains much ignorance both in France and elsewhere, about the traumatic civil war of 1871; some 20,000 to 35,000 people were killed on the streets of Paris in just the final week of the conflict. Colette Wilson identifies a critical blind-spot in French studies and employs new critical approaches to neglected texts, marginalised aspects of the illustrated press, early photography and a selection of novels by Emile Zola. This book will be of interest to students and academics studying France in the nineteenth century from a number of different perspectives war and revolution studies, cultural studies, history and cultural memory, literature, art history, photography, the illustrated press, city studies and human geography. The book will appeal equally to all lovers of Paris who wish to know and understand more about the city’s turbulent past.

Artikelnummer: 39414 Categorie: Tags: , ,
Subtitel: The politics of forgetting
Auteur: Wilson, Colette
Jaar: 2016
ISBN: 9781526106582
Pagina's: 256
Taal: English
Uitgever: Manchester University Press
Uitgever stad: Manchester
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