A Social History Of Nineteenth-Century France by Roger Price
This book argues that the social impact of the French Revolution has been greatly exaggerated, and that in 1815 France was still predominantly a rural and pre-industrial society. The revolution introduced only very limited changes in social structures and relationships ' the daily lives of ordinary people remained virtually unchanged.
- First Edition
- Publisher, Holmes & Meier, New York; 1987
- Hardback, 403 pp
- Contains some B&W maps
- Size 241 x 160 mm, 850 g
- ISBN 0-8419-1165-7
Condition: Very Good – Unclipped Dust Jacket, No Inscriptions, Very Good Copy
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