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    Peter Jones
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This is a 'comparative micro-historical' study attempted for the period between the old and the new France, 1760–1820, which offers a striking perspective on the rural history of France during an epoch of momentous change. See all Product description.

This "comparative micro-historical" study for the transitional period between the old and the new France, (1760-1820) analyzes six small localities. It explains how country dwellers disengaged themselves from the congeries of local societies that made up the ancien r?gime, and attached themselves to the wider polity of the Revolutionary and Napoleonic state. The result is a strikingly new perspective on the rural history of France during an epoch of momentous change.

This is a 'comparative micro-historical' study attempted for the period between the old and the new France, 1760–1820, which offers a striking perspective on the rural history of France during an epoch of momentous change. Print Length: 322 pages. Simultaneous Device Usage: Up to 4 simultaneous devices, per publisher limits. Publisher: Cambridge University Press (6 Mar. 2003).

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Liberty and Locality in Revolutionary France, 1760-1820: Six Villages Compared, 1760-1820. The French Revolution, 1787-1804. Longman, London, 2003, (Seminar Studies in History) (revised and expanded edn. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2003. 2009). Manchester University Press, Manchester, 2009. Professor Peter Jones.

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This "comparative micro-historical" study for the transitional period between the old and the new France, (1760-1820) analyzes six small localities. It explains how country dwellers disengaged themselves from the congeries of local societies that made up the ancien régime, and attached themselves to the wider polity of the Revolutionary and Napoleonic state. The result is a strikingly new perspective on the rural history of France during an epoch of momentous change.