France, 1848-1945: Intellect, taste, and anxiety

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Clarendon Press, 1977 - History - 210 pages
Sketches France's political and intellectual development and comments on social divisions and customs from the late 1840's through the Second World War.

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Contents

The National Identity
16
Provincials
29
Attitudes to Foreigners
86
Copyright

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Zeldin is a fellow and former dean of St. Antony's College, Oxford. He has been hailed as "one of the forty world figures whose ideas are likely to have a lasting relevance to the new millennium" and " one of the hundred most important thinkers in the world". He is a member of the BBC Brains Trust, the British Academy and the European Academy.

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