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A History of Private Life

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Titel: A History of Private Life

ISBN: 0674400038
EAN: 9780674400030
New ed.
16 color illustrations, 406 halftones.
Sprache: Englisch.
Übersetzt von Arthur Goldhammer
Harvard University Press

5. April 1994 - kartoniert - 744 Seiten

The 19th century was the golden age of private life, a time when supreme individual and existential values emerged. The fourth book in this popular series, written for the cultivated reader, chronicles this development from the tumult of the French Revolution to the outbreak of World War I.
Introduction by Michelle Perrot 1. The Curtain Rises by Lynn Hunt, Catherine Hall Introduction by Michelle Perrot The Unstable Boundaries of the French Revolution The Sweet Delights of Home 2. The Actors by Michelle Perrot, Anne Martin-Fugier Introduction by Michelle Perrot The Family Triumphant Roles and Characters Bourgeois Rituals 3. Scenes and Places by Michelle Perrot, Roger-Henri Guerrand At Home Private Spaces 4. Backstage by Alain Corbin Introduction by Michelle Perrot The Secret of the Individual Intimate Relations Cries and Whispers Conclusion by Michelle Perrot Notes Bibliography Credits Index
Georges Duby, a member of the Academie Francaise, is Professor of Medieval History at the College de France. Michelle Perrot is Professor of Contemporary History at the Universite de Paris VII. Arthur Goldhammer received the French-American Translation Prize in 1990 for his translation of A Critical Dictionary of the French Revolution.
The new emphasis on the history of everybody has now been consecrated in [this] ambitious five-volume series...masterfully translated by Arthur Goldhammer...Copious illustrative materials--paintings, drawings, caricatures, and photographs, all cannily chosen and wittily captioned to display domestic life...Magnificent. -- Roger Shattuck New York Times Book Review The fourth volume of this brilliant series arrives with the poignance of a letter that through some fluke of the postal system has been delayed 70 or 100 years and is read by descendants of the original addressee...A whole century's cries and murmurs are here, reminding us that their echoes are with us still. -- Joseph Coates Chicago Tribune Evocatively written, well translated and beautifully illustrated. -- Richard Sennett New York Newsday Spanning the period from the 11th century to the Renaissance and focusing on France and Tuscan Italy, this continues the projected five-volume history of private life from the Roman world to the present. 'Private' is here defined as what medieval people considered intimate, familial, domestic...[The book] display[s] an astounding knowledge and use of sources and offer rich detail about everything from affection and sex to domestic arrangements and latrines. The many illustrations strongly support the text. Essential for both research and general collections. -- Bennett Hill Library Journal What gives the volume its unity is not so much a rigorous definition of the subject, private life, as a consistency of concentration on a series of very interesting, interrelated themes: living space, and the degree of privacy that it can afford; family relationships, with special references to the nucleargroup that centers around a single married couple; relations between the sexes (both amorous and domestic); attitudes toward the body and nudity; the senseof individuality and self-perception...This volume offers a very full, richly variegated picture of the life, in different places and at different periods, of the Middle Ages. It has lavish and well-chosen illustrations to match the text. New York Review of Books General readers as well as academic specialists will revel in the wealth of historical detail and insight offered here. Aries saw three basic forces contributing to the profound social changes of the early modern era: the rise of state power, the spread of literacy, and new forms of religious piety. Together, the essays address each of these realms from several angles, providing glimpses at everything from cookbooks to charivaris, love letters to lettres decachet. The pattern that emerges is the creation of a sphere of private life, thought, and feeling that was unknown in the Middle Ages. Choice
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