A History of Private Life: Riddles of identity in modern times, Volume 5
Antoine Prost, Philippe Ariès, Georges Duby, Gérard Vincent
Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1991 - History - 630 pages
The final volume in the award-winning series charts the remarkable inner history of our times from the tumult of World War I to the present day, when personal identity was released from its moorings in gender, family, social class, religion, politics, and nationality. "A fascinating glimpse into the distant and exotic past".--Los Angeles Times. 230 halftones, 2 tables.
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Antoine Prost,Gerard Vincent
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