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A history of French civilization

Author: Georges Duby; Robert Mandrou
Publisher: New York, Random House [1964]
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Attempts to delineate the "total way of life" of the French people from the year 1000 to 1939, without excess dates, lists of kings, etc., and to interpret France's role in western civilization.
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Duby, Georges.
History of French civilization.
New York, Random House [1964]
(OCoLC)557796477
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Georges Duby; Robert Mandrou
OCLC Number: 1136321
Description: xvi, 626 pages illustrations, maps 25 cm
Contents: PART I: THE MIDDLE AGES BY GEORGES DUBY: I. The year 1000 --
II. Feudalism: the eleventh century --
III. The century of great progress: 1070-1180 --
IV. The Capetian synthesis: 1180-1270 --
V. The end of the Middle Ages: the fourteenth & fifteenth centuries --
INITRODUCTION --
VI. The rural milieu and mentality: end of the fifteenth century to the beginning of the eighteenth century --
VII. Urban progress during the sixteenth century: 1500-1640/60 --
VIII. From innovators to fanatics: aspects of the sixteenth century --
IX. "Catholic France" and modern man --
X. The era of Classicism: "The age of Louis XIV" --
XI. The economic and demographic revolution of the eighteenth century --
XII. Fetes galantes and the enlightenment: the century of French Europe --
XIII. The bourgeoisie triumphant: 1789-1845 --
Romantic rebellions --
XV. "Positivist France": 1850-1900 --
XVI. The dawn of a scientific civilization: 1895-1914 --
XVII. Our early twentieth century: sciences, arts, and techniques 1919-1939 --
French civilization and world civilization.
Responsibility: [by] Georges Duby and Robert Mandrou. Translated by James Blakely Atkinson.

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Attempts to delineate the "total way of life" of the French people from the year 1000 to 1939, without excess dates, lists of kings, etc., and to interpret France's role in western civilization.

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