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France in the Eighteenth Century: Its Institutions, Customs and Costumes

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France in the Eighteenth Century: Its Institutions, Customs and Costumes - Alleyn, Susanne, and LaCroix, Paul
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In fascinating detail, France in the Eighteenth Century focuses on modern history's most extravagant kingdom and century-France before the Revolution, 1700 to 1789. Lavishly illustrated, it re-creates the splendor and squalor of a fateful era, from the court at Versailles to the filthy back streets of Paris, from royal etiquette to the raucous cries of street peddlers. How the French, rich and poor, dressed, what they ate, how they educated their children, wore their hair, traveled, amused themselves, punished their ...

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