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Paris between Empires, 1814-1852

Author: Philip Mansel
Publisher: London : J. Murray, ©2001.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This volume examines Paris between 1814 and 1852 when it was the capital of Europe, a city of power and pleasure. It was the stage where great conflicts between nationalism and cosmopolitanism, revolution and royalty, socialism and capitalism, atheism and Catholicism were fought.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Philip Mansel
ISBN: 0719556279 9780719556272 0719562341 9780719562341
OCLC Number: 48967037
Description: ix, 559 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
Contents: 1. Death of an Empire: Europe takes Paris March-June 1814 --
2. Paris takes Europe July 1814-March 1815 --
3. War March-December 1815 --
4. Chambers and Salons 1815-1820 --
5. The British Parisians 1814-1830 --
6. Murder at the Opera 1820-1824 --
7. King and Country 1824-1829 --
8. The New Jerusalem August 1829-December 1830 --
9. Blood on the Boulevards 1831-1838 --
10. City of Ink 1830-1848 --
11. Nationalists and European 1838-1840 --
12. Funerals 1840-1844 --
13. The People 1844-1852 --
Conclusion: Birth of an Empire Versailles, 17 January 1871 --
App. I. The Royal Family of France --
App. II. The Three Cousins --
App. III. Foreign Writers, Painters and Musicians Resident in Paris --
App. IV. Franco-British and Franco-Irish Marriages.
Responsibility: Philip Mansel.

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