New. 2001. 0th Edition. Hardcover. A History of Stripes and Striped Fabric. Series: European Perspectives: A Series in Social Thought and Cultural Criticism. 160 pages, 14 halftones. What do prostitutes, referees, and Renaissance clowns have in common? They all wear stripes, and The Devil's Cloth tells us why. Pastoureau's lively study of stripes offers a unique perspective on the evolution of fashion, taste, and visual codes in Western culture. Cateogry: (P) Professional & Vocational. BIC Classification: HBTB; JFCK. Dimension: 184 x 157 x 15. Weight: 236. Translator(s): Gladding, Jody......We ship daily from our warehouse. Over 350, 000 customers served online! Our feedback reflects our service....'Quick delivery and book was exactly as described', 'Great service-thank you! '
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