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xiv, 384 pages : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm
In The Invention of Paris, radical author and publisher Eric Hazan takes the reader on an exciting and historically rich tour through the construction of Paris, exploring the places and struggles that have marked its growth. Concentrating both on the literary and cultural representations of the city, as well as riots, rebellions and revolutions--throughout the nineteenth century and up until 1968--Hazan acts as a guide who is simultaneously personal...
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