The Cambridge Illustrated History of France

The Cambridge Illustrated History of France

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Combining superb illustration with authoritative text, this is a major political and social history of France from earliest times to the eve of the new millennium. Colin Jones offers not only an expert's account of political, social and cultural developments, but also a fresh and full interpretation of French history. The Cambridge Illustrated History of France places an innovatory emphasis on the importance of issues of regionalism, class, gender and race in the French heritage. Ranging across social, political, geographical and cultural lines - from prehistoric menhirs to the Pompidou Centre, from Louis XIV's Versailles to twentieth-century high-rises, from Marie Antoinette to Marie Claire - the author provides a host of lively and penetrating new insights into the shaping of the modern nation.
Publisher: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1994
Edition: 1. ed
ISBN: 9780521432948
0521432944
Characteristics: 352 p. : ill. (some col.), maps ; 27 cm
Alternative Title: France

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