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by Professor W. Scott Haine PhD

eBook The World of the Paris Café: Sociability among the French Working Class, 1789-1914 (The Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science) ePub
Author: Professor W. Scott Haine PhD
Language: English
ISBN: 0801851041
ISBN13: 978-0801851049
Publisher: The Johns Hopkins University Press (January 1, 1996)
Pages: 368
Category: Europe
Subcategory: History
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 409
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At once serious and lively. The World of the Paris Café is a rich study to which dix-neuviémistes in their turn can raise a glass.

Published by JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY PRESS, United States (1998). In The World of the Paris Cafe, W. Scott Haine investigates what the working-class cafe reveals about the formation of urban life in nineteenth-century France

Published by JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY PRESS, United States (1998). Scott Haine investigates what the working-class cafe reveals about the formation of urban life in nineteenth-century France. Cafe society was not the product of a small elite of intellectuals and artists, he argues, but was instead the creation of a diverse and changing working population. Making unprecedented use of primary sources-from marriage contracts to police and bankruptcy records-Haine investigates the cafe in relation to work, family life, leisure, gender roles, and political activity.

Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science, series 114, volume 2. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1996. Jill Harsin, "W. Scott Haine, The World of the Paris Café: Sociability among the French Working Class, 1789–1914," The Journal of Modern History 69, no. 4 (December 1997): 854-855. Of all published articles, the following were the most read within the past 12 months. Going for an Indian : South Asian Restaurants and the Limits of Multiculturalism in Britain. Mistakes and Myths: The Allies, Germany, and the Versailles Treaty, 1918–1921.

bankruptcy records-Haine investigates the café in relation to work, family life, leisure, gender roles, and political activity

Making unprecedented use of primary sources-from marriage contracts to police and bankruptcy records-Haine investigates the café in relation to work, family life, leisure, gender roles, and political activity. This rich and provocative study offers a bold reinterpretation of the social history of the working men and women of Paris. The World of the Paris Café: Sociability among the French Working Class, 1789-1914 (The Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science). 0801860709 (ISBN13: 9780801860706).

In The World of the Paris Cafe: Sociability among the French Working Class, 1789-1914, W. Scott Haine examines how Parisian workers constructed cafes and cafe life according to the dynamics of family, work, and politics. To Parisian workers facing the tumultuous political and economic world of nineteenth-century France, cafes served as shelters, incubators, and stages on which they could act. Cafes fostered class consciousness and helped Parisian workers to buttress themselves against the dislocating effects of economic change.

Sociability among the French Working Class, 1789-1914. This study examines the working-class cafe and what it reveals about urban life in 19th-century France.

book by W. Scott Haine. Sociability among the French Working Class, 1789-1914. It argues that cafe life was the product not just of a small elite of intellectuals and artists, but was also formed by a diverse and changing working population.

invites the reader of The World of the Paris Cafe to step up to the .

invites the reader of The World of the Paris Cafe to step up to the serving counter of a nineteenth-century Parisian cafe to eavesdrop on the conversations and to observe the dynamics of this unique working-class establishment. These cafes were far more than places to eat and drink to the great majority of working-class Parisians, who also frequented such. In The World of the Paris Café, W. Scott Haine investigates what the working-class café reveals about the formation of urban life in nineteenth-century France. Café society was not the product of a small elite of intellectuals and artists, he argues, but was instead the creation of a diverse and changing working population

Sociability among the French Working Class, 1789-1914

Sociability among the French Working Class, 1789-1914. Johns Hopkins University Press.

September 11, 1998, The Johns Hopkins University Press. Libraries near you: WorldCat.

"[Haine] invites the reader of The World of the Paris Café to step up to the serving counter of a nineteenth-century Parisian café to eavesdrop on the conversations and to observe the dynamics of this unique working-class establishment... These cafés were far more than places to eat and drink to the great majority of working-class Parisians, who also frequented such establishments seeking shelter from authorities, exchanging and developing and sometimes enacting their ideas."--Jack B. Ridley, History: Review of New Books

In The World of the Paris Café, W. Scott Haine investigates what the working-class café reveals about the formation of urban life in nineteenth-century France. Café society was not the product of a small elite of intellectuals and artists, he argues, but was instead the creation of a diverse and changing working population. Making unprecedented use of primary sources -- from marriage contracts to police and bankruptcy records -- Haine investigates the café in relation to work, family life, leisure, gender roles, and political activity. This rich and provocative study offers a bold reinterpretation of the social history of the working men and women of Paris.

"As its subtitle indicates, this book is as much about the emergence and flowering of working-class sociability as it is about the cafés that fostered this sociability, as much about milieu as it is about lieu... This study is both wide-ranging and well researched... At once serious and lively."--Elizabeth Ezra, Labour History Review

"Haine takes the café as an institution with its own history... But Haine's greatest contribution is the impressive archival work... The World of the Paris Café is a rich study to which dix-neuviémistes in their turn can raise a glass."--Priscilla Parkhurst Ferguson, Nineteenth-Century French Studies

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