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Into print : limits and legacies of the Enlightenment : essays in honor of Robert Darnton /
edited by Charles Walton.
University Park, Pa. : Pennsylvania State University Press, c2011.
xviii, 244 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
0271050128 (Cloth), 9780271050126 (Cloth)
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University Park, Pa. : Pennsylvania State University Press, c2011.
0271050128 (Cloth)
9780271050126 (Cloth)
contents note
A trojan horse in parliament : international publicity in the age of the American Revolution / Will Slauter -- "The bastard child of a noble house" : detective and middle-class culture in interwar France / Sarah Maza -- Who were the booksellers and printers of eighteenth-century France? / Thierry Rigogne -- Making the fair trader : papermaking, the excise, and the English state, 1700-1815 / Leonard N. Rosenband -- Commerce with books : reading practices and book diffusion at the Habsburg Court in Florence (1765-1790) / Renato Pasta -- Invasion of Lorient : rumor, public opinion, and foreign politics in 1740s Paris / Tabetha Ewing -- Book seizures and the politics of repression in Paris, 1787-1789 / Thomas M. Luckett -- A Grub Street hack goes to war / David A. Bell -- Reading in extremis : revolutionaries respond to Rousseau / Carla Hesse -- Les graines de la discorde : print, public spirit, and free market politics in the French Revolution / Charles Walton -- The limits of tolerance : Jews, the Enlightenment, and the fear of premature burial / Jeffrey Freedman -- From cosmopolitan anticolonialism to liberal Imperialism : French intellectuals and Muslim North Africa in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries / Shanti Singham.
"A collection of essays examining how print culture shaped the legacy of the Enlightenment. Explores the challenges, contradictions, and dilemmas modern European societies have encountered since the eighteenth century in trying to define, spread, and realize Enlightenment ideas and values"--Provided by publisher.
catalogue key
"Publications by Robert Darnton": p. [217]-231.
Includes bibliographical references and index.

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