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The Literacy Context for Workers in NineteenthCentury France
Literacy Practices as Collective Practices
Literacy Practices Social Solidarity and Collective Identities
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addition Agricol Perdiguier analyzing archives argues articulated artisans associations autobiographical writing autobiographical-writing practices autobiographies Bede Bergier BHVP Chansons Chapter cities collective identities compagnonnage societies compagnons context Correspondence cultural debts demonstrate developed discussed dissertation dossier Durand early nineteenth century early nineteenth-century France emphasized employers Enfantin Enfanun Etienne Cabet Eugene example father focusing Fonds Enfantin Francois Francois Furet French society French workers friends friendship Furet and Ozouf Gauny George Sand Gerbier goguette song-writing goguette songs historians Ibid identity claims included individual Jacques Jacques Ranciere Jean Briquet Jean-Claude Romand July Monarchy laborers letter-writing practices letters to Sand letters written life-stories literacy practices livret Machereau Magu narrative newspapers notes ouvners Pans Paris participants particular Perdiguier Pierre police political premier published Ranciere reinforced Revolution Saint-Simonian Family Saint-Simonian workers singing societies social status solidarity song writing song-writing practices specific studies surveillance Tour de France Vincard women working-class writing practices wrote