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La Bohème and Counter Culture

The Bourgeoisie

Courtesans and Prostitutes

Ideology and the Political Landscape

Sources for Contemporary Images

Law and Police

Mapping the City

Newspapers and Caricature

Paris: General, Travelers’ and Writers’ Accounts, Memoirs, etc

Paris, Headquarters of High Culture

Pleasures of the Bourgeoisie

The Poor and the Problem of Poverty

The Revolutionary Tradition

The Underworld and Crime

Women of the People

Women Writers

Workers and Ordinary People

 

RMS 2-2-2001

HISTORY 255

“Les Mis” and “Les Media”: Realities and Representations in the Age of Les Misérables

SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY

·         Items maked with an * are highly recommended and good places to begin both because of their content and their footnotes and bibliographies that can lead further into the subject.

·         Call numbers are those for books in the Five College libraries.  Many of the works are held at Mount Holyoke, but not all.

La Bohème and Counter Culture

*Easton, Malcolm. Artists and Writers in Paris: the Bohemian Idea, 1803-1867. London: Edward Arnold (Publishers) Ltd, 1964. Bibliography: p.188-191

Goodrich ,Frank B.  Tricolored Sketches in Paris, During the Years 1851-2.  New York, Harper & brothers, 1855.
Call Number: 914.41 G625gt

 *Richardson, Joanna. The Bohemians: La Vie De Bohème in Paris, 1830-1914. London: Macmillan, 1969.
Call Number: DC715 .R52  Bibliography: p. 190-196

*Seigel, Jerrold E. Bohemian Paris : Culture, Politics, and the Boundaries of Bourgeois Life, 1830-1930. New York : Viking, 1986.
Call Number: DC715 .S42 1986
Notes: Revolution Paris & High Culture The Bourgeoisie    Counter Culture: La Bohème Chapt. 1 The Boundaries of Bohemia; 2 A Country Explored: Murger; 3 Politics, Fantasy, Identity: Bohemia in the Revolution of 1848

Spitzer, Alan B. The French Generation of 1820. Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, 1987.
Call Number: DC256.8 .S66 1987
Notes: Chapt. 1 Introduction: The Generation as a Social Network; Chapt. 2 Youth as the Age of Dissent; Chapt. 5 The Muse française, The Literary Orbit of Victor Hugo, and the Generational Fission of the Romantics

 Thackeray,William Makepeace. Paris Sketch Book ; Irish Sketch Book ; Character Sketches ; Eastern Sketches / 2 v. . Boston : Dana Estes, [18--].
Call Number: YG T325p

Thackeray, William Makepeace. The Paris Sketch Book of Mr. M.A. Titmarsh; and The Memoirs of Mr. Charles Y. Yellowplush. vi p., 3 l., 444 p.  Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott and Co., 1872.
Call Number: 914 T32pa

 

 

                          

 

 

The Bourgeoisie: Cosette, Marius, and the Varied Aspects of Bourgeois Life

*Ariès, Philippe, and Georges Duby.  A History of Private Life. Cambridge, Mass: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1987-1991.
Call Number: GT2400 .H5713 1987
 v. 3. Passions of the Renaissance / Roger Chartier, editor ; Arthur Goldhammer, translator --* 4. From the fires of revolution to the Great War / Michelle Perrot, editor ; Arthur Goldhammer, translator -- v. 5. Riddles of identity in modern times / Antoine Prost and Gérard Vincent, editors ; Arthur Goldhammer, translator
Abstract: Volumes 3 and 4 for the 18th and 19th centuries

Balzac, Honore de. Pere Goriot

_____________. Eugénie Grandet

_____________. Cousin Bette 

_____________ .The Girl With the Golden Eyes

 

Bernier, Olivier. The Eighteenth-Century Woman . Garden City, N.Y. : New York : Doubleday ; Published in association with the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1981.
Call Number: HQ1150 .B47 1982

 

 Cameron, Vivian. "Gender and Power: Images of Women in Late 18th-Century France." History of European Ideas 10, no. 3 (1989): 309-

 

 Clark, T. J. The Absolute Bourgeois: Artists and Politics in France, 1848- 1851. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1982.
Notes: The Bourgeoisie  Paris & High Culture; Includes index and bibliography: p. 209-218

 

Corbin, Alain. The Lure of the Sea : the Discovery of the Seaside in the Western World, 1750-1840. Berkeley : University of California Press, 1994.
Call Number: CB411 .C6513 1994
Notes: Includes bibliographical references (p. [285]-370) and index

 

———. Time, Desire, and Horror : Towards a History of the Senses. Cambridge, UK :, Cambridge, MA, USA : Polity Press ; Blackwell, 1995.
Call Number: HN425 .C6713 1995
Notes: The Bourgeoisie  Courtisans and Prostitutes; includes bibliographical references and index

 

Ferguson, Priscilla Parkhurst. Paris As Revolution : Writing the Nineteenth-Century City /. Berkeley : University of California Press, 1994.
Call Number: PQ283 .F46 1994
Notes: The Bourgeoisie  Paris General    Includes bibliographical references (p. 231-257) and index

 

Fuller, Margaret. Memoirs of Margaret Fuller Ossoli. Boston : Phillips, Sampson and Company, 1852.
Call Number: 820.6 Os7me

 

*Garrioch, David. The Formation of the Parisian Bourgeoisie, 1690-1830. Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 1996.
Call Number: HT690.F8 G365 1996
Notes: The Bourgeoisie; Chapt. 6 The New Families and the New Politics (18th century); Chapt. 7 The Revolution in Local Politics; Part IV: Paris of the Notables, 1795-1830: Chapt. 8 Interregnum; Chapt. 9 Commerce, Science, Administration; Chapt. 10 The Tutelage of the State

 

Goncourt, Edmond de. The Woman of the Eighteenth Century : Her Life, From Birth to Death, Her Love and Her Philosophy in the Worlds of Salon, Shop and Street . Westport, CT : Hyperion Press, [1982].
Call Number: HQ1613 .G6313 1982

 

Hall, E. B. The Women of the Salons. London, New York [etc.]: Longmans, Green and Co., 1901.
Call Number: 478
Notes: The Bourgeoisie  Women Writers Pleasures Paris & High Culture    First issued in Longman"s magazine, 1897-1901; Microfilm. New Haven, Conn., Research Publications, 1977. 1 reel. 35 mm. (History of women, Reel 658, no. 5242)

 

*Hartman, Mary S. Victorian Murderesses a True History of Thirteen Respectable French and English Women Accused of Unspeakable Crimes. New York: Schocken Books, 1977.
Call Number: HV6535.G4 H29 1977
Insightful descriptions of the ideals of womanhood, the double standard of morality for men and women as background for understanding what drove women to murder.  Most were not convicted.

 

Hellerstein, Erna Olafson, Leslie Parker Hume, and Karen M Offen. Victorian Women : a Documentary Account of Women's Lives in Nineteenth-Century England, France, and the United States. Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, 1981.
Call Number: HQ1599.E5 V5
 Bibliography: p. [511]-522
Abstract: Selections of primary sources on French, American, and British women.  Excellent for insights into the making of the bourgeois woman.

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Mackaman, Douglas Peter. Leisure Settings: Bourgeois Culture, Medicine, and the Spa in Modern France. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1998

 

*McPhee, Peter. A Social History of France 1780-1880. London ; New York: Routledge, 1992.
Call Number: HN425 .M36 1992

 

Michelet, Jules. Woman"s Love, and Life, a Book for Women and for Men. Hartford, Conn., J. Betts & Co., 1881.
Call Number: 478
 Microfilm. New Haven, Conn., Research Publications, 1977. 1 reel. 35 mm. (History of women, Reel 469, no. 3503)

 

Moch, Leslie Page. Paths to the City : Regional Migration in Nineteenth-Century France. Beverly Hills: Sage publications, 1983.
Call Number: HT135 .M62 1983

 

*Moses, Claire Goldberg. Feminism, Socialism, and French Romanticism /. Bloomington : Indiana University Press, 1993.
Call Number: HQ1616 .M67 1993
Notes: Includes bibliographical references (p. 349-364) and index

 

Moses, Claire Goldberg. Feminism, Socialism, and French Romanticism /. Bloomington : Indiana University Press, 1993.
Call Number: HQ1616 .M67 1993

 

Neufville, Étienne de, and Paul Gavarni.  Physiologie De La Femme. Paris: J. Laisné ; Aubert et cie., 1842.
Call Number: PQ1295 .xN4 1842s

 

*Nye, Robert A. Masculinity and Male Codes of Honor in Modern France. New York : Oxford University Press, 1993.
Call Number: BJ1533.H8 N84 1993
 Includes bibliographical references (p. 297-309) and index

 

Pardailhe-Galabrun, Annik. The Birth of Intimacy : Privacy and Domestic Life in Early Modern Paris /. Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, 1991.
Call Number: GT298.P37 P3713 1991
Notes: Translation of: La naissance de l"intime; Includes bibliographical references (p. [220]-229) and index

 

Parsons, Clare Olivia. Women Travelers and the Spectacle of Modernity. United Kingdom: 1997.
Notes: Contents: feature article
Abstract: Part of a special issue on women and travel.  The writer discusses the work of women writers and travelers to Paris in the 19th century who consciously embraced the role of the flâneur and the "aesthetic investigator."  She argues that for writers like Ida Kohl, Emma Niendorf, and Johanna Schopenhauer the opportunity to wander the streets of Paris, despite the dangers, were vastly preferable to the confinements of other places and earlier times.  She maintains that the adoption of the role of the flâneur enabled these women to justify and elevate the motivations and the products of their gaze

 

*Perrot, Philippe. Fashioning the Bourgeoisie : a History of Clothing in the Nineteenth Century. Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, 1994.
Call Number: GT871 .P3913 1994
Notes: Chapt 3: The Vestimentary Landscape of the Nineteenth Century; 5 The Department Store and the Spread of Bourgeois Clothing; 6 New Pretensions, New Distinctions; 7 The Imperatives of Propriety

 

*Reddy, William M. The Invisible Code : Honor and Sentiment in Postrevolutionary France, 1814-1848. Berkeley : University of California Press, 1997.
Call Number: DC252 .R38 1997
Notes: Chapt. 3 Sensitive Hearts: Marital Honor and Women's Identity; 4. The Ladder Up: Accumulating Honors in the Ministry of Interior; 5 Condottieri of the Pen: The Political Honor of Journalists

 

*Rogers, Rebecca. “Boarding Schools, Women Teachers and Domesticity: Reforming Girls' Secondary Education in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century,” French Historical Studies. 1995.
Abstract: This article examines the reform movement in girls' secondary education, focusing on Paris during the July Monarchy.  Specifically, it addresses the development of lay boarding schools, arguing that education was a powerful tool in defining the nineteenth-century domestic woman.  Attempts to define and codify girls' secondary education during this period contained within them conflicting messages about women's intellectual and moral responsibilities in bourgeois society.  On the one hand, reformers pushed energetically for the establishment of higher standards in women's education, which necessitated, in their view, the construction of a professional corps of women teachers.  On the other hand, advocates for reform also emphasized the moral dimension of teachers' tasks.  By 1850 this moral dimension outweighed professional concerns.  My analysis of a series of boarding-school "dramas" illustrates how underlying cultural anxieties about girls' institutional education, women's sexuality, and women's potentially professional roles within these schools served to redefine girls' education in exclusively domestic fashion.  Reprinted by permission of the publisher

 

Seigel, Jerrold E. Bohemian Paris : Culture, Politics, and the Boundaries of Bourgeois Life, 1830-1930. New York : Viking, 1986.
Call Number: DC715 .S42 1986
 Chapt. 1 The Boundaries of Bohemia; 2 A Country Explored: Murger; 3 Politics, Fantasy, Identity: Bohemia in the Revolution of 1848

 

*Smith, Bonnie G. Changing Lives Women in European History Since 1700. Lexington, Mass: D.C. Heath and Co, 1989.
Call Number: HQ1588 .S64 1989

 

———. The Gender of History Men, Women, and Historical Practice. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press, 1998.
Call Number: D13 .S567 1998
Includes bibliographical references (p. 243-298) and index

 

*———. Ladies of the Leisure Class the Bourgeoises of Northern France in the Nineteenth Century. Princeton, N.J: Princeton University Press, 1981.
Call Number: HQ1613 .S54
 Bibliography: p. [269]-296

 

*Spitzer, Alan B. The French Generation of 1820. Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, 1987.
Call Number: DC256.8 .S66 1987
Notes: Chapt. 1 Introduction: The Generation as a Social Network; Chapt. 2 Youth as the Age of Dissent; Chapt. 5 The Muse française, The Literary Orbit of Victor Hugo, and the Generational Fission of the Romantics

 

Stanton, A. Ellen. My Life in Paris Fifty Years Ago; From the Journal of A. Ellen Stanton. Boston, Mass., Stratford, 1922.
Call Number: DC733 .S8

 

Trollope, Frances Milton. Paris and the Parisians in 1835. London, R. Bentley, 1836.
Call Number: 914.41 T749p

 

Uzanne, Octave, Albert Lynch, and Eugène Gaujeau. The Frenchwoman of the Century: Fashions - Manners - Usages. London: J.C. Nimmo, 1886.

 

 *Walton, Whitney. Eve's Proud Descendants : Four Women Writers and Republican Politics in Nineteenth-Century France. Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, 2000.
Call Number: HQ1611 .W34 2000
Notes: Chapt. 2 Growing up Female in Postrevolutionary France; 5. Women Writers as Republicans in July Monarchy Political Culture; 6. Republican Women and Republican Families; 7. Writing and Rewriting the Revolution of 1848

 

Walton, Whitney. France at the Crystal Palace : Bourgeois Taste and Artisan Manufacture in the Nineteenth Century. Berkeley : University of California Press, 1992.
Call Number: HC280.C6 W35 1992
Includes bibliographical references (p. 227-236) and index

 

*Zeldin, Theodore. France, 1848-1945. Oxford ;, New York : Oxford University Press, 1979-.
Call Number: DC33.6 .Z44 1979
Notes: The Bourgeoisie  Pleasures    Bibliography: v. 1, p. [363]-366
Contents: [1] Ambition & love. ---[2] Politics and anger. --[3] Intellect & pride. --[4] Taste and corruption.--[5] Anxiety & hypocrisy
Abstract: For pleasure--eating and drinking, humor and happiness, fashion and beauty--see vol. 4  Taste and Corruption. For the bourgeoisie, see vol. 1, Ambition and Love, for a number of interesting articles, beginning with The Pretensions of the Bourgeoisie.

 

Courtesans and Prostitutes

 

Balzac, Honoré de.  The Physiology of Marriage. Johns Hopkins paperbacks. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1997.
Call Number: HQ737 .B313 1997

 

———. The Splendors and Miseries of Courtesans. Buckner Library Edition. New York: E.B. Hall, 1895.
Notes: Poverty and the Poor; Courtisans and Prostitutes; Contents: The way that girls love -- How much love costs old men -- End of bad roads -- The last incarnation of Vautrin

 

Bernheimer, Charles. Figures of Ill Repute Representing Prostitution in Nineteenth-Century France. Durham: Duke University Press, 1997.
Call Number: PQ653 .B45 1997
Notes: Courtisans and Prostitutes; Includes bibliographical references (p. 277-320) and index

 

Conner, Susan P. “Public Virtue and Public Women: Prostitution in Revolutionary Paris, 1793-1794,” Eighteenth Century Studies, (1994).
 Abstract: The writer examines the role of prostitution in revolutionary France. She asserts that although the discourse of the French Revolution appeared idealistic and fundamentalist in defining virtue and vice, the actual evidence on prostitution suggests a more complex situation of multiple discourses and varied behaviors.  Throughout her examination, she draws on information from the procčs-verbaux of the police commissioners of Paris at the Archives de la Préfecture de Police, the cumulative crime records of the F7 series of the Archives Nationales, and the records of the streets and prisons of the city found in the police archives and in the collection of the Archives de l'Assistance publique.  She finds that the different discourses of the Revolution were not in competition and concludes that in the public world of public virtue, the femme publique was part of the order of life and the maintenance of virtue itself

 

Corbin, Alain. Time, Desire, and Horror : Towards a History of the Senses. Cambridge, UK :, Cambridge, MA, USA : Polity Press ; Blackwell, 1995.
Call Number: HN425 .C6713 1995

 

*———. Women for Hire : Prostitution and Sexuality in France After 1850. Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 1990.
Call Number: HQ194 .C6513 1990
Notes: Courtisans and Prostitutes Part I. Chapt. 2 The Enclosed World of Regulationism; Part II Chapt. 3 The Failure of Regulation; Chapt. 4 Sexual Privation and the Demand for Prostitution

 

Forster, Robert, and Orest A Ranum. Deviants and the Abandoned in French Society Selections From the Annales, Economies, Sociétés, Civilisations. Selections From the Annales: Économies, Sociétés, Civilisations. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1978.
Call Number: HV6964 .D46
Contents: Rossiaud, J. Prostitution, youth, and society in the towns of southwestern France in the fifteenth century.--Delasselle, C. Abandoned children in eighteenth-century Paris.--Zysberg, A. Galley rowers in the mid-eighteenth century.--Castan, N. Summary justice.--Abbiateci, A. Arsonists in eighteenth-century France.--Bleandonu, G. and Le Gaufey, G. The creation of the insane asylums of Auxerre and Paris.--*Perrot, M. Delinquency and the penitentiary system in nineteenth-century France

 

*Godfrey, Barry. "Consuming Desires : Prostitutes and "Customers" at the Margins of Crime and Perversion in France and Britain, C. 1836-85." in Gender and Crime in Modern Europe. eds. Margaret L and Usborne Cornelie Arnot London: UCL Press, 1999.
Call Number:
HV6941.5 .G46 1999

 

*Haine, W. Scott. "Women and Gender Politics: Beyond Prudery and Prostitution." Chapt. 7 The World of the Paris Café: Sociability Among the French Working Class, 1789-1914. W. Scott HaineBaltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1996.
Call Number: DC715 .H275 1996
Notes: Courtisans and Prostitutes; Includes bibliographical references (p. 255-317) and index

 

*Harsin, Jill. Policing Prostitution in Nineteenth-Century Paris . Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, 1985.
Call Number: HQ196.P3 H37 1985
Notes: Courtisans and Prostitutes; Includes index; Bibliography: p. 393-402

 

Matlock, Jann. Scenes of Seduction: Prostitution, Hysteria, and Reading Difference in Nineteenth-Century France. New York: 1994.

 

Parent-Duchâtelet, A.-J. B. De La Prostitution Dans La Ville De Paris. 3d. ed ed. History of Women ; reel 288, no. 1935. Paris: J.B. Baillière et fils, 1857.

 

Ideology and the Political Landscape

 

Beaumont, Gustave de, Alexis de Tocqueville, and Francis Lieber. On the Penitentiary System in the United States and Its Application in France; With an Appendix on Penal Colonies, and Also, Statistical Notes. Philadelphia: Carey, Lea & Blanchard, 1833.
Notes: Political Writers

 

Fourier, Charles. Selections From the Works of Fourier. New York: Gordon Press, 1972.
Call Number: HX704 .F7212 1972
Notes: Political Writers; Includes bibliographical references

 

Fourier, Charles, Ian Patterson, and Gareth Stedman Jones. The Theory of the Four Movements. Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought. Cambridge England, New York: Cambridge University Press, 1996.
Call Number: HX704 .F8713 1996
Notes: Political Writers ; Includes bibliographical references and index

 

Fourier, Charles, and Mark Poster. Harmonian Man Selected Writings of Charles Fourier. Garden City, N.Y: Doubleday, 1971.
Notes: Political Writers Bibliography: p. [339]-340

 

*Furet, François. Revolutionary France, 1770-1880. History of France. Oxford, UK ;, Cambridge, USA : Blackwell, 1992.
Call Number: DC148 .F8713 1992
Notes: Political Writers; Includes bibliographical references (p. [567]-607) and indexes

 

*Furet, François, Lucien Calvié, and Karl Marx. Marx and the French Revolution. Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1988.
Call Number: DC148 .F8613 1988
Notes: Revolution Political Writers ; Includes bibliographical references and index

 

Guizot. Democracy in France January, 1849. New York: H. Fertig, 1974.
Call Number: JN2542 1849 .G8213 1974

 

 Maguire, John M. Marx's Paris Writings an Analysis. Dublin: Gill and Macmillan, 1972.
Notes: Political Writers; Bibliography: p. [153]-159

 

Michelet, Jules. The People. Urbana, University of Illinois Press, [1973].
Call Number: 944.11 M582pY Mack
Notes: Political Writers Includes bibliographical references

 

Michelet, Jules. The Women of the French Revolution. Philadelphia, H. C. Baird, 1855.
Call Number: 944.04 M58f Ep
Notes: Revolution ; Political Writers;  Women of the People 

 

Michelet, Jules, and C Cocks. Historical View of the French Revolution. London: H. G. Bohn, 1848.
Call Number: DC165 .M6
Notes: Political Writers

 

Michelet, Jules, and Edward K Kaplan. Mother Death : the Journal of Jules Michelet, 1815-1850. Amherst : University of Massachusetts Press, 1984.
Call Number: DC36.98.M5 A25 1984
Notes: Political Writers ;  Bibliography: p. [213]-216

 

Mitchell, Harvey. Individual Choice and the Structures of History : Alexis De Tocqueville As Historian Reappraised. Cambridge ;, New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 1996.
Call Number: DC36.98.T63 M57 1996
Notes: Political Writers ; 95033642
Includes bibliographical references (p. 275-282) and index

 

Tocqueville, Alexis de. Recollections. New York: Columbia University Press, 1949.
Call Number: DC270 .T652 1949
Notes: Political Writers ; Bibliography: p. [vi]

 

Tocqueville, Alexis de, and Roger Boesche. Selected Letters on Politics and Society. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1985.
Call Number: DC255.T6 A4 1985
Notes: Political Writers; Bibliography: p. [398]-403

 

Tocqueville, Alexis de, Seymour Drescher, and Gertrude Himmelfarb. Memoir on Pauperism. Chicago: Ivan R. Dee, 1997.
Call Number: HV245 .T6313 1997
Notes: Political Writers ; 97011895; includes bibliographical references and index

 

Tocqueville, Alexis de, John Stone, and Stephen Mennell. Alexis De Tocqueville on Democracy, Revolution, and Society Selected Writings. Paperback ed ed. The Heritage of Sociology. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1982.
Call Number: JC229 .T7713 1982
Notes: Political Writers ; Bibliography: p. 381-385

 

*Wright, Gordon. France in Modern Times : From the Enlightenment to the Present. 5th ed ed. New York : W.W. Norton, 1995.
Call Number: DC110 .W7 1995
Notes: Political Writers ; Includes bibliographical references (P. 465-466) and index

 

*Zeldin, Theodore. France, 1848-1945, Vol. 2, Politics and Anger. Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1979-.
Call Number: DC33.6 .Z44 1979
Notes: Ideology and the Political Landscape   
Abstract: Chapters on The Place of Politics in Life; Kings and Aristocrats; The Genius of Politics; Republicanism; Bonapartism; The Politicians of the Third Republic; Opportunism; Solidarism; Radicalism; Socialism

 

Sources for Contemporary Images

 

Les Francais Peints Par Eux-Memes : Encyclopedie Morale Du XIXe Siecle 9 v. . Paris  : L. Curmer, 1841-1950.
Call Number: DC33.6 .F82 1841 [Available at Smith]
Notes:  Originally issued in parts (fascicules) 1839-42.  Vol. 3 has t.-p. without the subtitle, as originally printed for the first 3 vols;Text by Achard, Balzac, Janin, Karr, Nodier, Soulie, and many others;Illustrations (408 plates, 1,000 illustrations, in the text) by Gavarni, Grandville, Johannot, Meissonnier, and others;The first 5 vols. deal with general types.  The next 3 [6-8] contain provincial and colonial types and have title:  Les Francais peints par eux-memes; encyclopedie morale du dix-neuvieme siecle.  Province;The ninth volume, issued free to subscribers, and frequently wanting in sets, has title:  Le Prisme; encyclopedia morale du dix-neuvieme siecle.  It is included in the index at the end of the eighth volume;For detailed bibliographical description, various issues of certain plates, etc., see Vicaire, Manuel de l"amateur de livres du xixe siecle, t.3, 1897, col. 793-804;Added title-pages, illustrated

 

Barron, Louis. Paris Pittoresque, 1800-1900 : La Vie--Les Moeurs--Les Plaisirs . Paris : Societe Francaise d"Editions d"Art, [1899].
Call Number: x 914.4 B278p
Notes: Pleasures Paris General 
Abstract: Good source for images of 19th century Paris

 

Bruno, G Fouillee Alfred Jules Emile Mme. Le Tour De La France Par Deux Enfants . Paris: Librairie classique Eugene Belin, 1978.
Abstract: The most famous book for school boys and girls in late nineteenth-century France, with 400 illustrations of places in France.

 

Christiansen, Rupert.  Tales of the New Babylon : Paris, 1869-1875. London : Sinclair-Stevenson, 1994.
Call Number: DC311 .C477 1994
Notes: Paris General;Bibliography: p. 403-416;Includes index;Maps on lining papers

 

Galignani (Firm), A. W. Galignani's New Paris Guide for 1851 : Compiled From the Best Authorities, Revised and Verified by Personal Inspection, and Arranged on an Entirely New Plan. Paris: A. and W. Galignani, 1851.
 Abstract: MHC Special Collections

 

Lenoir, Albert. Statistique Monumentale De Paris. Paris, Imprimerie imperiale, 1867.
Call Number: DC711 .L4
Notes: Paris General; ; [v. 1] Explication des planches.--[v. 2-3] Cartes, plans et dessins;Library lacks v. 2-3
Abstract: A collection of pictures and images of the major buildings and monuments of Paris

 

Mercier, Louis-Sebastien. The Picture of Paris, Before & After the Revolution. London, G. Routledge & sons, ltd., [1929].
Call Number: 845 M536tx Ej

 

 Pinkney, David H. Napoleon III and the Rebuilding of Paris. Princeton, N.J: Princeton University Press, 1958.
Call Number: DC733 .P59
Notes: Paris General; Includes index; Bibliography : p. 223-231

 

Planta, Edward. A New Picture of Paris; or, The Stranger's Guide to the French Metropolis. 17th ed ed. London: Leigh, 1837.

 

Prieur, Jean-Louis. Tableaux De Paris Pendent La Revolution Francaise, 1789-1792 : Soixante-Quatre Dessins Originaux De J.-L. Prieur . Paris : Le Livre et L"Estampe, 1902.
Call Number: 944.04 P934t
 Abstract: Images of Paris during the Revolution

 

Raser, George Bernard. The Heart of Balzac's Paris. Choisy-le-Roi: Impr. de France, 1970.
Call Number: PQ2184.P3 R3

 

Law and Police

 

Andrews, Richard Mowery. Law, Magistracy, and Crime in Old Regime Paris, 1735-1789. Cambridge. New York, NY, USA: Cambridge University Press, 1994-.
Call Number: KJV3747 .A53 1994
Notes: Law and Police; Includes bibliographical references and index

 

Borrow, George Henry, and Edward Hale Bierstadt. Celebrated Trials and Remarkable Cases of Criminal Jurisprudence From the Earliest Records to the Year 1825 First Compiled and Edited by George Borrow and Now Newly Rev. and Edited by Edward Hale Bierstadt. New York: Payson & Clarke ltd, 1928.
Notes: Underworld and Crime; Law and Police

 

Chevalier, Louis. Laboring Classes and Dangerous Classes in Paris During the First Half of the Nineteenth Century. [1st American ed.] ed. New York, H. Fertig, 1973.
Call Number: 944.6 C427cY Jel
Notes: Workers; Underworld and Crime; Poverty and the Poor; Law and Police
Abstract: Chapt. 2  The Picturesque Literature; Chapt. 3 Balzac (and the dangerous classes); Chapt. 4 Hugo (The Last Day of a Condemned Man; Les Miserables); Chapt. 5 The Social Literature: Testimony, Social Reformers, Social Surveys with regard to crime and the dangerous classes; Part II: Chapt. 1 Bourgeois Opinion; Chapt. 2 Bourgeois Opinion: Balzac; Chapt. 3 Popular Opinion: The working class press; popular literature.

 

Dumas, Alexandre. Celebrated Crimes. Edition de Luxe ed. Dumas' Romances. Boston: Estes and Lauriat, 1896.
Notes: Underworld and Crime; Law and Police
Abstract: The author of the Three Musketeers looks into famous crimes in history

 

Gillis, A. R. "Crime and State Surveillance in NIneteenth-Century France." American Journal of Sociology 95 (1989): 307-41

 

 Hugo, Victor, and Huntington Smith. History of a Crime (Deposition of a Witness). New York: T.Y. Crowell, 1888.
Notes: Underworld and Crime Law and Police

 

*O'Brien, Patricia. The Promise of Punishment Prisons in Nineteenth-Century France. Princeton, N.J: Princeton University Press, 1981.
Call Number: GV9664 .O25

 

______________. "The Prison on the Continent : Europe, 1865-1965." in  The Oxford History of the Prison the Practice of Punishment in Western Society. Norval Morris, and David J RothmanNew York: Oxford University Press, 1998.

 

*Payne, Howard C. The Police State of Louis Napoléon Bonaparte, 1851-1860. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1966.
Call Number: HV8204 .P3
Notes: Law and Police; Bibliography: p. 327-332

 

Riedel, Frederick Carl. Crime and Punishment in the Old French Romances. Columbia University Studies in English and Comparative Literature, no. 135. New York: Columbia University Press, 1938.
Call Number: PQ155.C8 R5 1968a
Notes: Underworld and Crime Law and Police Bibliography: p. [179]-186

 

Sue, Eugène. The Mysteries of Paris. London: Chapman and Hall, 1845-1946.
Call Number: PZ3.S944 My3
Notes: Underworld and Crime; Paris General; Law and Police

 

Vidocq, Eugène François, and Edwin Gile Rich. Vidocq the Personal Memoirs of the First Great Detective. Boston: Houghton Mifflin company, 1935.
Call Number: HV7915 .V53 1935
Notes: Underworld and Crime Law and Police

 

Vidocq, Eugčne François, and George Cruikshank. Memoirs of Vidocq, the Principal Agent of the French Police. Philadelphia: T.B. Peterson, 1859.
Notes: Underworld and Crime Law and Police

 

Williams, Alan. The Police of Paris, 1718-1789 /. Baton Rouge : Louisiana State University Press, 1979.
Call Number: HV8206.P3 W54

 

Wright, Gordon. Between the Guillotine and Liberty : Two Centuries of the Crime Problem in France. New York : Oxford University Press, 1983.
Notes: Underworld and Crime Law and Police; Bibliography: p. 264-282

 

 

 

 Mapping the City

 

Tableau De Paris; Ou, Indicateur Général Des Monumens, Curiosités, Théatres, Fètes Champètres, Voitures-Omnibus, Mairies, Rues, Places, Etc. Avec Gravures Et Trois Plans. Paris: Carpentier-Méricourt, 1837.

 

Atwood, William G. The Parisian Worlds of Frédéric Chopin. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1999.
Call Number: ML410.C54 A78 1999
Notes: Paris & High Culture ; Contents: Paris à la Galignani: an Anglo-Italian guide to the French capital for the English-speaking tourist -- Polish Parisians: a people in exile -- From citizen-king to prince-president: France as a "bourgeois-cracy" -- Society and salons: a "who's tout" of le tout Paris -- Pox Britannica: the great epidemic of anglomania -- Musical currents along the Seine: from concert halls to dance halls -- Opera: a vocal art and social spectacle -- Bohemia and the demimonde: two operas in the making -- Penning a profit: literature becomes lucrative -- Stage by stage: the evolution of theatrical taste from the battle of "Hernani" to the reign of Rachel -- Delacroix, Daumier, and daguerre: A "3-D" view of art -- "A votre santé!": coping with poultices, purges, and the Parisian medical profession -- Visions of a better world: searching for utopia from Menilmontant to the Rue Vanneau -- The big shadow of the little corporal: Napoléon becomes a legend -- Epilogue: obituary and funeral of Frédéric Chopin -- Appendix. The Paris residence of Frédéric Chopin
Includes bibliographical references (p. 417-447) and index

 

Braibant, Charles Maurice, Albert Mirot, and Michel Le Moël. Guide Historique Des Rues De Paris. Bibliothčque Des Guides Bleus. Paris: Hachette, 1965.
Call Number: DC761 .B8
Notes: Paris General

 

Bretez, Louis. Le Plan De Louis Bretez Dit "Plan De Turgot" : Precede D"Une Notice Sur Le Plan De Bretez Par Andre Rossel, Des 20 Quartiers De Paris, Extraits Du Guide Historique De Hurtault Et Magny (1778) Et De L"Index Des Monuments,Edifices, Etc. Extrait Du Plan De Jean De La Caille, Imprimeur De La Police (1714) /. No. ed.: 2 ed. [Paris] : Editions du Sorbier, 1979.
Call Number: G5834.P3 A3 1739 B7 1979
Notes: Paris General Not drawn to scale;Accompanying text: [17] p. : facsim. ; 38 x 28 cm;"Le plus beau plan de Paris ancien a vol d"oiseau.";The map sheets are facsim. reproductions of the plan commissioned by Michel Etienne Turgot, completed by Louis Bretez, and engraved by Claude Lucas in Paris, 1739

 

Chabaud, G. "Images of the City and Publishing Practices: Paris Guidebooks (17th and 18th Centuries)." Revue d’Histoire Moderne et Contemporaine (1998).
 

 

Conty, Henry-A. de. Pocket Guide to Paris. American ed. ed. Practical Guides. English and American Ed. Paris : Conty's Guide Office, 1898.

 

*Couperie, Pierre. Paris Through the Ages an Illustrated Historical Atlas of Urbanism and Architecture. New York: G. Braziller, 1971.
Call Number: NA9198.P2 C613

 

Delvau, Alfred, and Achille Fauré. Les Plaisirs De Paris : Guide Pratique Et Illustré. Paris : A. Fauré, 1867.
Abstract: This guidebook promises to take you to the pleasure spots of Paris. Check for maps and images.

 

*Galignani (Firm), A. W. Galignani's New Paris Guide for 1851 : Compiled From the Best Authorities, Revised and Verified by Personal Inspection, and Arranged on an Entirely New Plan. Paris: A. and W. Galignani, 1851.
 Abstract: MHC Special Collections

 

Galignani, firm, publishers, Paris. Galignani's New Paris Guide, for 1855. Paris: A. and W. Galignani, 1855.
Call Number: DC708 .G2 1855

 

Galignani, firm, publishers, Paris. New Paris Guide. Paris: A. and W. Galignani, 1848.
Call Number: DC708 .G2 1848

 

 George Philip & Son, Georges Reynaud-Dulaurier, and Larousse (Firm). Atlas Général Larousse. Paris: Larousse, 1973.
Call Number: G1019 .P554 1973

 

Hébert. Almanch Pittoresque, Historique Et Alphabétique Des Riches Monumens Que Referme La Ville De Paris : Pour L'Année 1779 : a L'Usage Des Artistes & Amateurs Des Beaux Arts : Contenant Une Description Exacte De Ce Qu'Il y a De Plus Curieux Dans Cette Capitale, Relatif ŕ L'Architecture, Peinture, Sculpture Et Gravure : Précédée D'Un Discourse Sur Chacun De Ces Arts. A Paris : Chez l'auteur ... : Musier. Gueffier. Esprit ... : Lamy, 1779.

 

Joanne, Adolphe Laurent. The Diamond Guide for the Stranger in Paris. Paris: Hachette, 1867.

 

*Joanne, Adolphe Laurent. Paris Illustré. Collection Des Guides-Joanne. Paris: Hachette, 1885.
Notes: Pleasures; Paris General ;1st edition published anonymously, 1855; Appendix of hotels, restaurants and cafés dated 1886-1887; Folded plan in pocket
"317 vignettes dessinées sur bois, un plan de Paris et quatorze autres plans." Includes index
Abstract: Excellent source for images

 

Joanne, Adolphe Laurent, and Paul Bénigne Joanne. Paris-Diamant En 1878. Nouv. ed ed. Guides-Diamant: Collection Des Guides-Joanne. Paris: Hachette, 1878.

 

Joanne, Adolphe Laurent, Dieudonné Auguste Lancelot, Emile Thérond, and Hachette (Firm). Paris Illustré : Son Histoire, Ses Monuments, Ses Musées, Son Administration, Son Commerce Et Ses Plaisirs : Nouveau Guide Des Voyageurs : Oů L'on Trouve En Outre Les Renseignements Pour S'Installer Et Vivre ŕ Paris De Toutes Les Maničres Et ŕ Tous Prix. Guides-Cicerone. Paris : Libr. de L. Hachette, 1855.
Call Number: DC708 .P279 1855
 Abstract: Pictoral guide to Paris; lots of images

 

Joanne, Paul Bénigne. Paris. New ed ed. Collection of Diamond Guides. Paris: Hachette, 1887.
Notes: Paris General

 

Karl Baedeker (Firm).  Northern France : From Belgium and the English Channel to the Loire, Excluding Paris and Its Environs : Handbook for Travellers. 3rd ed ed. Leipsic : K. Baedeker, 1899.
Call Number: DC16 .B13.2

 

Karl Baedeker (Firm).  Paris and Environs With Routes From London to Paris; Handbook for Travellers. 10th rev. ed ed. Leipsic: K. Baedeker, 1891.
Call Number: DC708 .B2 1891

 

 Lenoir, Albert. Statistique Monumentale De Paris. Paris, Imprimerie imperiale, 1867.
Call Number: DC711 .L4
Notes: Paris General
Abstract: A collection of pictures and images of the major buildings and monuments of Paris

 

Pitte, Jean-Robert. Paris, Histoire D'Une Ville. Les Atlas Hachette. Paris: Hachette, 1993.
Notes: Includes bibliographical references (p. [192]) and index

 

Planta, Edward. A New Picture of Paris; or, The Stranger's Guide to the French Metropolis. 17th ed ed. London: Leigh, 1837.
Notes: Paris General

 

Raser, George Bernard. Guide to Balzac's Paris: an Analytical Subject Index. Choisy-le-Roi: Impr. de France, 1964.
Call Number: PQ2177 .R3
Notes: Poverty and the Poor; Paris & High Culture; Paris General; Bibliography: p. 181-[186]

 

Newspapers and Caricature

 

*Childs, Elizabeth C. "The Body Impolitic: Presss Censorship and the Caricature of Honoré Daumier." chapter 2 in Making the News : Modernity & the Mass Press in Nineteenth-Century France. eds. Dean De la Motte, and Jeannene M Przyblyski, 351-76. Amherst : University of Massachusetts Press, 1999.
Call Number: PN5177 .M35 1999
Notes: Newspapers and Caricature ; Includes bibliographical references (p. 377-383)

 

De la Motte, Dean, and Jeannene M Przyblyski, eds. Making the News : Modernity & the Mass Press in Nineteenth-Century France. Studies in Print Culture & the History of the Book: Studies in Print Culture and the History of the Book. Amherst : University of Massachusetts Press, 1999.
Call Number: PN5177 .M35 1999
Notes: Women of the People;  Newspapers and Caricature; Includes bibliographical references (p. 377-383)

 

Delord, Taxile, Adolphe illus Menut, Aubert et Cie, and Lavigne (Firm). Physiologie De La Parisienne. Physiologies-Aubert. Paris: Aubert et cie [etc., 1841.
Call Number: DC33.6 .D46

 

Huart, Louis, Paul illus Gavarni, and Aubert et cie. Physiologie Du Tailleur. Paris: Aubert et cie [etc., 1841.
Call Number: DC33.6.P6 G4

 

Kenney, Elise K, John M Merriman, Mount Holyoke College, and Art Museum. The Pear : French Graphic Arts in the Golden Age of Caricature. South Hadley, Mass. : Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, ; 1991.
Notes: Newspapers and Caricature ; Includes bibliographical references (p. 113-117)

 

Terdiman, Richard. Discourse/Counter-Discourse : the Theory and Practice of Symbolic Resistance in Nineteenth-Century France. Ithaca, N.Y. : Cornell University Press, 1985.
Call Number: PQ283 .T47 1985
Notes: Newspapers and Caricature

 

*———. "Reading the News." Afterword in  Making the News : Modernity & the Mass Press in Nineteenth-Century France. Dean De la Motte, and Jeannene M Przyblyski, 351-76. Amherst : University of Massachusetts Press, 1999.
Call Number: PN5177 .M35 1999
Notes:  Newspapers and Caricature ; Includes bibliographical references (p. 377-383)

 

*Wechsler, Judith. A Human Comedy : Physiognomy and Caricature in 19th Century Paris /. Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1982.
Call Number: NC1495 .W4
Notes: Newspapers and Caricature; Includes index; Bibliography: p. 201-206

 

Wills, Antoinette. Crime and Punishment in Revolutionary Paris /. Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 1981.
Call Number: HV6970.P3 W54
Notes: Underworld and Crime; Law and Police; Includes index; Bibliography: p. [207]-215

 

Paris: General, Travelers’ and Writers’ Accounts, Memoirs, etc.

 

Balzac, Honoré de. Eugénie Grandet.

 

_____________. Pere Goriot.

 

Barron, Louis. Paris Pittoresque, 1800-1900 : La Vie--Les Moeurs--Les Plaisirs . Paris : Societe Francaise d"Editions d"Art, [1899].
Call Number: x 914.4 B278p
Abstract: Good source for images of 19th century Paris

 

Boigne, Louise-Eléonore-Charlotte-Adélaide d'Osmond, and Charles Nicoullaud. Memoirs of the Comtesse De Boigne. History of Women ; reel 710, no. 5685.1. New York : C. Scribner's Sons, 1907.
Notes: Women Writers; Paris General; The Bourgeoisie
Abstract: Smith has the bound volumes.  A treasure trove of observations and malicious gossip on the goings on in high society in Paris and in some provinces.  This lady had an attitude.

 

Braibant, Charles Maurice, Albert Mirot, and Michel Le Moël. Guide Historique Des Rues De Paris. Bibliothčque Des Guides Bleus. Paris: Hachette, 1965.
Call Number: DC761 .B8

 

Bretez, Louis. Le Plan De Louis Bretez Dit "Plan De Turgot" : Precede D"Une Notice Sur Le Plan De Bretez Par Andre Rossel, Des 20 Quartiers De Paris, Extraits Du Guide Historique De Hurtault Et Magny (1778) Et De L"Index Des Monuments,Edifices, Etc. Extrait Du Plan De Jean De La Caille, Imprimeur De La Police (1714) /. No. ed.: 2 ed. [Paris] : Editions du Sorbier, 1979.
Call Number: G5834.P3 A3 1739 B7 1979

 

Buffum, Edward Gould.  Sights and Sensations in France, Germany, and Switzerland; or, Experiences of an American Journalist in Europe ... New York, Harper & brothers, 1869.
Call Number: 914 B864s

 

 Carr, Philip. Days With the French Romantics in the Paris of 1830. London: Methuen & co. ltd, 1932.
Call Number: PQ287 .C35 1932

 

Christiansen, Rupert.  Tales of the New Babylon : Paris, 1869-1875. London : Sinclair-Stevenson, 1994.
Call Number: DC311 .C477 1994
Notes: Paris General; Bibliography: p. 403-416; Includes index; Maps on lining papers

 

Claudin, Gustave. Mes Souvenirs : Les Boulevards De 1840-1870 /. 3e ed ed. Paris : C. Levy, 1884.
Call Number: 840.3 C571m
Notes: Paris General Includes index;1er ptie. Paris de 1840 a 1851 -- 2e ptie. Rouen de 1851 a 1857 -- 3e ptie. Paris de 1857 a 1871

 

Cole, William. A Journal of My Journey to Paris in the Year 1765. New York, R. R. Smith, inc., [1931].
Call Number: 914.41 C676j

 

Conty, Henry-A. de. Pocket Guide to Paris. American ed. ed. Practical Guides. English and American Ed. Paris : Conty's Guide Office, 1898.
Notes: Paris General

 

Couperie, Pierre. Paris Through the Ages: an Illustrated Historical Atlas of Urbanism and Architecture. London: Barrie and Jenkins, 1970.

 

Delvau, Alfred, and Achille Fauré. Les Plaisirs De Paris : Guide Pratique Et Illustré. Paris : A. Fauré, 1867.
Notes: Pleasures Paris General
Abstract: This guidebook promises to take you to the pleasure spots of Paris. Check for maps and images.

 

Dumas, F. G. Paris, Ses Vues, Places, Monuments, Theatres, Etc.; Contenant Environ 300 Reproductions... Paris : Librairie des Imprimeries Reunies, 1889.
Call Number: G39P D89
Abstract:  Some 300 images of Paris

 

Farr, Evelyn. Before the Deluge : Parisian Society in the Reign of Louis XVI /. London ; Chester Springs, PA : Chester Springs, PA : P. Owen ; Distributed in the USA by Dufour Editions, 1994.
Call Number: HT653.F7 F37 1994
Notes: Paris General Illustrations on lining papers; Includes bibliographical references (p. 214-216)

 

Farwell, Beatrice, and Bibliothèque nationale (France). French Popular Lithographic Imagery, 1815-1870. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1981-.
Call Number: NE2349.25 .F37 1981
Notes: Paris General "Selection of lithographs, drawn from the collections of the Bibliothèque nationale, Paris".

 

*Ferguson, Priscilla Parkhurst. Paris As Revolution : Writing the Nineteenth-Century City /. Berkeley : University of California Press, 1994.
Call Number: PQ283 .F46 1994
Notes: The Bourgeoisie; Paris General; Includes bibliographical references (p. 231-257) and index

 

———. "Haussmann's Paris and the Revolution of Representation." chapt. 4 Paris As Revolution : Writing the Nineteenth-Century City . Berkeley : University of California Press, 1994.
Call Number: PQ283 .F46 1994
Notes: Paris General Includes bibliographical references (p. 231-257) and index

 

*———. "Mapping the City." chapt. 2 Paris As Revolution : Writing the Nineteenth-Century City /. Priscilla Parkhurst FergusonBerkeley : University of California Press, 1994.
Call Number: PQ283 .F46 1994
Notes: Paris General Includes bibliographical references (p. 231-257) and index

 

———. "Paris: Place and Space of Revolution." chapt. 1 Paris As Revolution : Writing the Nineteenth-Century City. Berkeley : University of California Press, 1994.
Call Number: PQ283 .F46 1994
Notes: Revolution Paris General  Includes bibliographical references (p. 231-257) and index

 

Galignani (Firm), A. W. Galignani's New Paris Guide for 1851 : Compiled From the Best Authorities, Revised and Verified by Personal Inspection, and Arranged on an Entirely New Plan. Paris: A. and W. Galignani, 1851.
Notes: Paris General  ; 04020916
Abstract: MHC Special Collections

 

Goncourt, Edmond de, Jules de Goncourt, and Robert Baldick. Pages From the Goncourt Journal. Lives and Letters. Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England. New York, N.Y., U.S.A: Penguin, 1984.
Call Number: PQ2261.Z5 A223 1984
Notes: Paris General Translation of extracts from: Journal des Goncourt
 Abstract: Extracts from a famous "journal" kept by two brothers who surveyed the social and cultural scene in Paris and passed on more than a small amount of gossip

 

Goodrich, Frank B. Tricolored Sketches in Paris, During the Years 1851-2-3. New York, Harper & brothers, 1855.
Call Number: 914.41 G625gt
Notes: Paris General  Counter Culture: La Bohčme

 

Greatheed, Bertie. An Englishman in Paris, 1803; the Journal of Bertie Greatheed. London, Bles, 1953.
Call Number: F39WP G798
Notes: Paris General; Bibliography: p. [1]

 

*Green, Nicholas. The Spectacle of Nature : Landscape and Bourgeois Culture in Nineteenth Century France. Manchester ;, New York :, New York, NY, USA : Manchester University Press ; Distributed exclusively in the USA and Canada by St Martin's Press, 1990.
Call Number: HT135 .G74 1990
Notes: Pleasures Paris & High Culture Paris General Part I  The Metropolitan Gaze: Parisian Urbanism, 1820-1850: 1) The Modernity of Paris; 2) The Planning and Policing of Paris; 3) The Eye of Journalism; Part II 1) Shaping the Environment (the urban garden; Carnaval time at the tax barrier)

 

Isherwood, Robert M. Farce and Fantasy : Popular Entertainment in Eighteenth-Century Paris /. New York : Oxford University Press, 1986.
Call Number: DC729 .I84 1986
Notes: Pleasures Paris General Includes index;Bibliography: p. 297-319

 

Joanne, Adolphe Laurent. The Diamond Guide for the Stranger in Paris. Paris: Hachette, 1867.
Notes: Paris General

 

Joanne, Adolphe Laurent. Paris Illustré. Collection Des Guides-Joanne. Paris: Hachette, 1885.
Notes: Pleasures; Paris General ;1st edition published anonymously, 1855; Appendix of hotels, restaurants and cafés dated 1886-1887; Folded plan in pocket
"317 vignettes dessinées sur bois, un plan de Paris et quatorze autres plans." Includes index
Abstract: Excellent source for images

 

Joanne, Paul Bénigne. Paris. New ed ed. Collection of Diamond Guides. Paris: Hachette, 1887.
Notes: Paris General

 

Jordan, David P. Transforming Paris the Life and Labors of Baron Haussmann. New York: Free Press, 1995.
Call Number: HT178.F72 P345 1995
Notes: Paris General ; Includes bibliographical references (p. 423-440) and index

 

Karl Baedeker (Firm).  Paris and Environs With Routes From London to Paris; Handbook for Travellers. 10th rev. ed ed. Leipsic: K. Baedeker, 1891.
Call Number: DC708 .B2 1891
Notes: Paris General

 

Le Men, Ségolčne,  Luce Abélčs, Nathalie. Preiss-Basset, and Musée d'Orsay. Les Français Peints Par Eux-Męmes : Panorama Social Du XIXe Sičcle. Paris : Réunion des musées nationaux : Distribution, Seuil, 1993.
Call Number: N6847 .L39 1993
Notes: Paris General; Catalog of an exhibition held Mar. 23-June 13, 1993 at the Musée d'Orsay.

 

Lenoir, Albert. Statistique Monumentale De Paris. Paris, Imprimerie imperiale, 1867.
Call Number: DC711 .L4
Notes: Paris General; ; [v. 1] Explication des planches.--[v. 2-3] Cartes, plans et dessins;Library lacks v. 2-3
Abstract: A collection of pictures and images of the major buildings and monuments of Paris

 

Lucas, George A. The Diary of George A. Lucas, an American Art Agent in Paris, 1857-1909 /. Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, 1979.
Call Number: N8660.L8 A2 1979
Notes: Paris & High Culture; Paris General; Includes bibliographical references and index

 

Marville, Charles. Charles Marville, Photographs of Paris at the Time of the Second Empire on Loan From the Musee Carnavalet, Paris : French Institute/Alliance Francaise, New York, May 13-June 26, 1981, Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut, July 1-August 16, 1981, Wellesley College Museum, Wellesley, Massachusetts, September 4-October 18, 1981 : [Catalogue/. New York : French Institute/Alliance Francaise, 1981.
Call Number: DC707 .M384
Notes: Paris General; Includes bibliographical references

 

Maurice, Arthur Bartlett. The Paris of the Novelists. Port Washington, N.Y., Kennikat Press, [1973, c1919].
Call Number: PN3448.P3 M3 1973
Notes: Paris General

 

Maxwell, Richard. The Mysteries of Paris and London. Victorian Literature and Culture Series. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1992.
Call Number: PR4592.L58 M38 1992
Notes: Paris General Includes bibliographical references (p. [381]-406) and index

 

Mayo, Abigail De Hart. An American Lady in Paris, 1828-1829; the Diary of Mrs. John Mayo. Boston and New York, Houghton Mifflin company, 1927.
Call Number: F39wP M45
Notes: Paris General

 

Mercier, Louis-Sebastien. The Picture of Paris, Before & After the Revolution. London, G. Routledge & sons, ltd., [1929].
Call Number: 845 M536tx Ej
Notes: Paris General

 

Merriman, John M. The Margins of City Life : Explorations on the French Urban Frontier, 1815-1851. New York : Oxford University Press, 1991.
Call Number: HT352.F8 M47 1991
Notes: Pleasures Paris General ; Includes bibliographical references (p. 295-304) and index

 

Pike, Burton. The Image of the City in Modern Literature. Princeton Essays in Literature. Princeton, N.J: Princeton University Press, 1981.
Call Number: PN56.C55 P54 809/.93321732 19
Notes: Paris General Bibliography: p. [153]-162; Includes index

 

Pinkney, David H. Napoleon III and the Rebuilding of Paris. Princeton, N.J: Princeton University Press, 1958.
Call Number: DC733 .P59
Notes: Paris General;  ;  Includes index; Bibliography : p. 223-231

 

Planta, Edward. A New Picture of Paris; or, The Stranger's Guide to the French Metropolis. 17th ed ed. London: Leigh, 1837.
Notes: Paris General

 

Raser, George Bernard. Guide to Balzac's Paris: an Analytical Subject Index. Choisy-le-Roi: Impr. de France, 1964.
Call Number: PQ2177 .R3
Notes: Poverty and the Poor; Paris & High Culture; Paris General; Bibliography: p. 181-[186]

 

Rice, Howard C. Thomas Jefferson"s Paris /. Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, 1976.
Call Number: DC707 .R52 Folio
Notes: Paris General;  Includes bibliographical references and index
Abstract: Good source for images of buildings and manuments;  describes the quarters of Paris at the end of the 18th century.

 

Rice, Shelley. Parisian Views. Cambridge, Mass : MIT Press, 1997.
Call Number: TR72.P37 R53 1997
Notes: Paris General
Abstract: Chapt. 2 Parisian Views: changes in perception accompany changes in visual space.

 

Roche, Daniel. "Paris, Capital of the Enlightenment." chapter 20 in France in the Enlightenment. Daniel RocheCambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 1998.
Call Number: DC33.4 .R61515 1998
Notes: Paris General ; Includes bibliographical references (p. 675-704) and index

 

Seine (France), Gilbert-Joseph-Gaspard Chabrol de Volvic, Claude Philibert Barthelot Rambuteau, and Georges Eugčne Haussmann. Recherches Statistiques Sur La Ville De Paris Et Le Département De La Seine: Recueil De Tableaux Dressés Et Réunis D'Aprčs Les Ordres De Monsieur Le Comte De Chabrol, Conseiller D'État, Préfet Du Département. Paris: Imprimerie royale, 1821-1860.
Notes: Paris General Vol. 5, "Recueil de tableaux dressés et réunis d'aprčs les ordres de M. le Cte de Rambuteau", v. 6, "Recueil de tableaux dressés et réunis d'aprčs les ordres de M. le Bon G.-E. Haussmann"
"Table générale par ordre alphabétique de toutes les matičres contenues dans les six volumes de la collection": v. 6, p. [691]-708
Added Title: Recueil de tableaux dressés et réunis d'aprčs lesordres de M. le Cte de Rambuteau
Added Title: Recueil de tableaux dressés et réunis d'aprčs les orders de M. le Bon G.-E. Haussmann

 

Sue, Eugčne. The Mysteries of Paris. London : Chapman and Hall, 1845-1946.
Call Number: PZ3.S944 My3
Notes: Underworld and Crime; Paris General; Law and Police

 

Thackeray, William Makepeace. Paris Sketch Book ; Irish Sketch Book ; Character Sketches ; Eastern Sketches /. Boston :  Dana Estes, [18--].
Call Number: YG T325p
Notes: Paris General;  Counter Culture: La Bohčme

 

Thompson, V. E. "Urban Renovation, Moral Regeneration: Domesticating the Halles in Second-Empire Paris." French Historical Studies (1997).

 

Trollope, Frances Milton. Paris and the Parisians in 1835. London, R. Bentley, 1836.
Call Number: 914.41 T749p

 

 Uzanne, Octave, Albert Lynch, and Eugčne Gaujeau. The Frenchwoman of the Century: Fashions - Manners - Usages. London: J.C. Nimmo, 1886.
Notes: The Bourgeoisie;  Women Writers; Paris & High Culture; Paris General  
Abstract: Microform. col. front., illus., col. plates

 

Valles, Jules. Le Tableau De Paris . Paris : Messidor, 1989.
Call Number: DC707 .V3 1989
Notes: Paris General; Source for Images;  Articles written in 1882-83 and published in "Gil Blas" and "La France";Includes bibliographical references

 

Van Zanten, David. Building Paris: Architectural Institutions and the Transformation of the French Capital, 1830-1870. Cambridge. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1994.
Call Number: NA1050 .V358 1994
Notes: Paris General Includes bibliographical references (p. 333-345) and index

 

Vandam, Albert D. An Englishman in Paris. (Notes and Recollections). [Authorized ed.] ed. New York, D. Appleton, 1892.
Call Number: 914.41 V28e
Notes: Paris General

 

*Willms, Johannes. Paris, Capital of Europe From the Revolution to the Belle Epoque. New York: Holmes & Meier, 1997.
Call Number: DC731 .W5513 1997
Notes: Paris General; Includes bibliographical references (p. 406-426) and index

 

Paris, Headquarters of High Culture

 

*Atwood, William G. The Parisian Worlds of Frédéric Chopin. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1999.
Call Number: ML410.C54 A78 1999
Notes: Paris & High Culture ; Contents: Paris à la Galignani: an Anglo-Italian guide to the French capital for the English-speaking tourist -- Polish Parisians: a people in exile -- From citizen-king to prince-president: France as a "bourgeois-cracy" -- Society and salons: a "who's tout" of le tout Paris -- Pox Britannica: the great epidemic of anglomania -- Musical currents along the Seine: from concert halls to dance halls -- Opera: a vocal art and social spectacle -- Bohemia and the demimonde: two operas in the making -- Penning a profit: literature becomes lucrative -- Stage by stage: the evolution of theatrical taste from the battle of "Hernani" to the reign of Rachel -- Delacroix, Daumier, and daguerre: A "3-D" view of art -- "A votre santé!": coping with poultices, purges, and the Parisian medical profession -- Visions of a better world: searching for utopia from Menilmontant to the Rue Vanneau -- The big shadow of the little corporal: Napoléon becomes a legend -- Epilogue: obituary and funeral of Frédéric Chopin -- Appendix. The Paris residence of Frédéric Chopin
Includes bibliographical references (p. 417-447) and index

 

Bernier, Olivier. Pleasure and Privilege : Life in France, Naples, and America, 1770-1790 . 1st ed ed. Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday, 1981.
Call Number: DC33.4 .B36
Notes: Pleasures; Paris & High Culture; Includes index; Bibliography: p. [277]-280
Abstract: A book that helps one understand why Talleyrand once said that to live in pre-revolutionary France was to live close to paradise, i.e., if one were a rich noble

 

Clark, T. J. The Absolute Bourgeois: Artists and Politics in France, 1848- 1851. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1982.
Notes: The Bourgeoisie;  Paris & High Culture;   Includes index; Bibliography: p. 209-218

 

———. Image of the People: Gustave Courbet and the 1848 Revolution. Princeton, N.J: Princeton University Press, 1982.
Notes: Revolution; Paris & High Culture; Includes index; Bibliography: p. 193-202

 

———. The Painting of Modern Life: Paris in the Art of Manet and His Followers. Princeton, N.J: Princeton University Press, 1986.
Notes: Paris & High Culture; Includes index; Bibliography: p. [317]-324

 

Goncourt, Edmond de. The Goncourt Journals, 1851-1870. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Doran & Company, inc., 1937.
Call Number: 840.3 G586jouY G
Notes: Paris & High Culture

 

———. The Woman of the Eighteenth Century : Her Life, From Birth to Death, Her Love and Her Philosophy in the Worlds of Salon, Shop and Street . Westport, CT : Hyperion Press, [1982].
Call Number: HQ1613 .G6313 1982
Notes: The Bourgeoisie;  Women Writers; Paris & High Culture; Women of the People;  Translation of: Femme au dix-huitieme siecle; Reprint. Originally published: London : Allen & Unwin, 1928

 

Green, Nicholas. The Spectacle of Nature : Landscape and Bourgeois Culture in Nineteenth Century France. Manchester ;, New York :, New York, NY, USA : Manchester University Press ; Distributed exclusively in the USA and Canada by St Martin's Press, 1990.
Call Number: HT135 .G74 1990
Notes: Pleasures Paris & High Culture Paris General Part I  The Metropolitan Gaze: Parisian Urbanism, 1820-1850: 1) The Modernity of Paris; 2) The Planning and Policing of Paris; 3) The Eye of Journalism; Part II 1) Shaping the Environment (the urban garden; Carnaval time at the tax barrier)

 

Hall, E. B. The Women of the Salons. London, New York [etc.]: Longmans, Green and Co., 1901.
Call Number: 478
Notes: The Bourgeoisie  Women Writers Pleasures Paris & High Culture    First issued in Longman"s magazine, 1897-1901;Microfilm. New Haven, Conn., Research Publications, 1977. 1 reel. 35 mm. (History of women, Reel 658, no. 5242)

 

Hall, Evelyn Beatrice. The Women of the Salons, and Other French Portraits. Freeport, N.Y., Books for Libraries Press, [1969].
Call Number: DC36.2 .H25 1969
Notes: Paris & High Culture Reprint of the 1926 ed;Madame du Deffand.--Mademoiselle de Lespinasse.--Madame Geoffrin.--Madame d"Epinay.--Madame Necker.--Madame de Stael.--Madame Recamier.--Tronchin: a great doctor.--The mother of Napoleon.--Madame de Sevigne.--Madame Vigee Le Brun

 

Hesse, Carla. Publishing and Cultural Politics in Revolutionary Paris, 1789-1810. Studies on the History of Society and Culture, 12. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1991.
Call Number: Z310.6.P37 H47 1991
Notes: Revolution Paris & High Culture Includes bibliographical references (p. 261-279) and index

 

Huddleston, Sisley. Paris Salons, Cafés, Studios. Philadelphia, London: J.B. Lippincott Company, 1928.
Notes: Paris & High Culture

 

Jackson, Catherine Hannah Charlotte Eliot. Old Paris, Its Court and Literary Salons.  London, R. Bentley & Son, 1878.
Call Number: 478
Notes: Pleasures; Paris & High Culture; Microfilm. New Haven, Conn., Research Publications, 1976. 1 reel. 35 mm. (History of women, Reel 389, no. 2769)

 

Johnson, James H. Listening in Paris : a Cultural History. Studies on the History of Society and Culture ; 21. Berkeley : University of California Press, 1995.
Call Number: ML270 .J64 1995
Notes: Pleasures Paris & High Culture ; Includes bibliographical references (p. 349-377) and index

 

Lucas, George A. The Diary of George A. Lucas, an American Art Agent in Paris, 1857-1909 /. Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, 1979.
Call Number: N8660.L8 A2 1979
Notes: Paris & High Culture; Paris General; Includes bibliographical references and index

 

Mauner, George L, Pennsylvania State University, and College of Arts and Architecture. Paris, Center of Artistic Enlightenment. Papers in Art History From the Pennsylvania State University,  v. 4. University Park, Pa: Pennsylvania State University, 1988.
Call Number: N6850 .P38 1988
Notes: Paris & High Culture ; Includes bibliographies

 

McWilliam, Neil. Dreams of Happiness : Social Art and the French Left, 1830-1850. Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, 1993.
Call Number: BH221.F83 M39 1993
Notes: Pleasures Paris & High Culture ; Includes bibliographical references (p. [347]-376) and index

 

Mercier, Louis-Sébastien, and Jeremy D Popkin. Panorama of Paris : Selections From Le Tableau De Paris. University Park, Pa. : Pennsylvania State University Press, 1999.
Call Number: DC729 .M56513 1999
Notes: Paris & High Culture ; Includes bibliographical references and index

 

Raser, George Bernard. Guide to Balzac's Paris: an Analytical Subject Index. Choisy-le-Roi: Impr. de France, 1964.
Call Number: PQ2177 .R3
Notes: Poverty and the Poor; Paris & High Culture; Paris General; Bibliography: p. 181-[186]

 

Roche, Daniel. The Culture of Clothing : Dress and Fashion in the Ancien Regime. Past and Present Publications. Cambridge ;, New York : Cambridge University Press, 1994.
Call Number: GT857 .R6313 1994
391/.00944 20
Notes: Paris & High Culture ; Includes bibliographical references and index

 

Rogers, Rebecca. “Boarding Schools, Women Teachers and Domesticity: Reforming Girls' Secondary Education in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century,”. French Historical Studies (1995).
Abstract: This article examines the reform movement in girls' secondary education, focusing on Paris during the July Monarchy.  Specifically, it addresses the development of lay boarding schools, arguing that education was a powerful tool in defining the nineteenth-century domestic woman.  Attempts to define and codify girls' secondary education during this period contained within them conflicting messages about women's intellectual and moral responsibilities in bourgeois society.  On the one hand, reformers pushed energetically for the establishment of higher standards in women's education, which necessitated, in their view, the construction of a professional corps of women teachers.  On the other hand, advocates for reform also emphasized the moral dimension of teachers' tasks.  By 1850 this moral dimension outweighed professional concerns.  My analysis of a series of boarding-school "dramas" illustrates how underlying cultural anxieties about girls' institutional education, women's sexuality, and women's potentially professional roles within these schools served to redefine girls' education in exclusively domestic fashion.  Reprinted by permission of the publisher

 

*Seigel, Jerrold E. Bohemian Paris : Culture, Politics, and the Boundaries of Bourgeois Life, 1830-1930. New York : Viking, 1986.
Call Number: DC715 .S42 1986
Notes: The Bourgeoisie;  Revolution; Paris & High Culture;  Counter Culture: La Bohčme
Abstract: Chapt. 1 The Boundaries of Bohemia; 2 A Country Explored: Murger; 3 Politics, Fantasy, Identity: Bohemia in the Revolution of 1848

 

Spang, Rebecca L. The Invention of the Restaurant : Paris and Modern Gastronomic Culture. Harvard Historical Studies ;: Harvard Historical Studies ; v. 135. Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 2000.
Call Number: TX910.F8 S667 2000
Notes: Pleasures Paris & High Culture ; Includes bibliographical references (p. 247-315) and index

 

*Steele, Valerie. Paris Fashion : a Cultural History . New York : Oxford University Press, 1988.
Call Number: GT887 .S74 1988
Notes: Paris & High Culture; Includes index; Bibliography: p. 303-309

 

Uzanne, Octave, Albert Lynch, and Eugčne Gaujeau. The Frenchwoman of the Century: Fashions - Manners - Usages. London: J.C. Nimmo, 1886.
 Abstract: Microform. col. front., illus., col. plates

 

Pleasures of the Bourgeoisie

 

Ancelot, Marguerite-Louise-Virginie. Les Salons De Paris: Foyers Éteints. Paris: J. Tardieu, 1858.
Notes: Pleasures

 

Balzac, Honore de. Pere Goriot

 

_____________. Eugénie Grandet

 

___________. Cousin Bette

 

___________. The Girl With the Golden Eyes. New York: E.B. Hall, 1896.

 

 Balzac, Honoré de.  Parisians in the Country = Les Parisiens En Province. Imperial Japan ed. ed. London : Philadelphia: Dent ; Gebbie, 1898.
Call Number: PQ2167.I7 E5 1898

 

Barron, Louis. Paris Pittoresque, 1800-1900 : La Vie--Les Moeurs--Les Plaisirs . Paris : Societe Francaise d"Editions d"Art, [1899].
Call Number: x 914.4 B278p
Abstract: Good source for images of 19th century Paris

 

Bernier, Olivier. Pleasure and Privilege : Life in France, Naples, and America, 1770-1790 . 1st ed ed. Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday, 1981.
Call Number: DC33.4 .B36
Notes: Pleasures; Paris & High Culture; Includes index;Bibliography: p. [277]-280
Abstract: A book that helps one understand why Talleyrand once said that to live in pre-revolutionary France was to live close to paradise, i.e., if one were a rich noble

 

Carr, Philip. Days With the French Romantics in the Paris of 1830. London: Methuen & co. ltd, 1932.
Call Number: PQ287 .C35 1932

 

Delvau, Alfred, and Achille Fauré. Les Plaisirs De Paris : Guide Pratique Et Illustré. Paris : A. Fauré, 1867.
Notes: Pleasures Paris General
Abstract: This guidebook promises to take you to the pleasure spots of Paris. Check for maps and images.

 

Fuller, Margaret. Memoirs of Margaret Fuller Ossoli. Boston : Phillips, Sampson and Company, 1852.
Call Number: 820.6 Os7me

 

*Green, Nicholas. The Spectacle of Nature : Landscape and Bourgeois Culture in Nineteenth Century France. Manchester ;, New York :, New York, NY, USA : Manchester University Press ; Distributed exclusively in the USA and Canada by St Martin's Press, 1990.
Call Number: HT135 .G74 1990
 Abstract: Part I  The Metropolitan Gaze: Parisian Urbanism, 1820-1850: 1) The Modernity of Paris; 2) The Planning and Policing of Paris; 3) The Eye of Journalism; Part II 1) Shaping the Environment (the urban garden; Carnaval time at the tax barrier)

 

Hall, E. B. The Women of the Salons. London, New York [etc.]: Longmans, Green and Co., 1901.
Call Number: 478
Notes: The Bourgeoisie  Women Writers Pleasures Paris & High Culture    First issued in Longman"s magazine, 1897-1901; Microfilm. New Haven, Conn., Research Publications, 1977. 1 reel. 35 mm. (History of women, Reel 658, no. 5242)

 

Isherwood, Robert M. Farce and Fantasy : Popular Entertainment in Eighteenth-Century Paris /. New York : Oxford University Press, 1986.
Call Number: DC729 .I84 1986
Notes: Pleasures Paris General Includes index; Bibliography: p. 297-319

 

Jackson, Catherine Hannah Charlotte Eliot. Old Paris, Its Court and Literary Salons.  London, R. Bentley & Son, 1878.
Call Number: 478
Notes: Pleasures; Paris & High Culture; Microfilm. New Haven, Conn., Research Publications, 1976. 1 reel. 35 mm. (History of women, Reel 389, no. 2769)

 

Joanne, Adolphe Laurent. Paris Illustré. Collection Des Guides-Joanne. Paris: Hachette, 1885.
Notes: Pleasures; Paris General ;1st edition published anonymously, 1855; Appendix of hotels, restaurants and cafés dated 1886-1887; Folded plan in pocket
"317 vignettes dessinées sur bois, un plan de Paris et quatorze autres plans." Includes index
Abstract: Excellent source for images

 

Joanne, Adolphe Laurent, Dieudonné Auguste Lancelot, Emile Thérond, and Hachette (Firm). Paris Illustré : Son Histoire, Ses Monuments, Ses Musées, Son Administration, Son Commerce Et Ses Plaisirs : Nouveau Guide Des Voyageurs : Oů L'on Trouve En Outre Les Renseignements Pour S'Installer Et Vivre ŕ Paris De Toutes Les Maničres Et ŕ Tous Prix. Guides-Cicerone. Paris : Libr. de L. Hachette, 1855.
Call Number: DC708 .P279 1855
Notes: Pleasures ; 88149167 //r92
Abstract: Pictoral guide to Paris; lots of images

 

Johnson, James H. Listening in Paris : a Cultural History. Studies on the History of Society and Culture ; 21. Berkeley : University of California Press, 1995.
Call Number: ML270 .J64 1995
Notes: Pleasures Paris & High Culture ; Includes bibliographical references (p. 349-377) and index

 

Mackaman, Douglas Peter. Leisure Settings: Bourgeois Culture, Medicine, and the Spa in Modern France. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1998

 

McWilliam, Neil. Dreams of Happiness : Social Art and the French Left, 1830-1850. Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, 1993.
Call Number: BH221.F83 M39 1993
Notes: Pleasures Paris & High Culture ; Includes bibliographical references (p. [347]-376) and index

 

Merriman, John M. The Margins of City Life : Explorations on the French Urban Frontier, 1815-1851. New York : Oxford University Press, 1991.
Call Number: HT352.F8 M47 1991
Notes: Pleasures Paris General ; Includes bibliographical references (p. 295-304) and index

 

Roche, Daniel. A History of Everyday Things : the Birth of Consumption in France, 1600-1800. Cambridge ;, New York : Cambridge University Press, 2000.
Call Number: HC79.C6 R613 2000
Notes: Pleasures ; 99023258
Includes bibliographical references (p. 286-304) and index

 

Spang, Rebecca L. The Invention of the Restaurant : Paris and Modern Gastronomic Culture. Harvard Historical Studies ;: Harvard Historical Studies ; v. 135. Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 2000.
Call Number: TX910.F8 S667 2000
Notes: Pleasures Paris & High Culture ; Includes bibliographical references (p. 247-315) and index

 

*Zeldin, Theodore. France, 1848-1945. Vol. 4, Taste and Corruption. Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1979-.
Call Number: DC33.6 .Z44 1979
Abstract: Chapters on Good and Bad Taste; Conformity and Superstition; Fashion and Beauty; Newspapers and Corruption; Science and Comfort; Happiness and Humor; Eating and Drinking.

 

The Poor and the Problem of Poverty

 

Balzac, Honoré de.  The Splendors and Miseries of Courtesans.  Buckner Library Edition. New York: E.B. Hall, 1895.
Notes: Poverty and the Poor; Courtisans and Prostitutes; Contents: The way that girls love -- How much love costs old men -- End of bad roads -- The last incarnation of Vautrin

 

*Chevalier, Louis. Laboring Classes and Dangerous Classes in Paris During the First Half of the Nineteenth Century. [1st American ed.] ed. New York, H. Fertig, 1973.
Call Number: 944.6 C427cY Jel
Notes: Workers; Underworld and Crime; Poverty and the Poor; Law and Police
Abstract: Chapt. 2  The Picturesque Literature; Chapt. 3 Balzac (and the dangerous classes); Chapt. 4 Hugo (The Last Day of a Condemned Man; Les Miserables); Chapt. 5 The Social Literature: Testimony, Social Reformers, Social Surveys with regard to crime and the dangerous classes; Part II: Chapt. 1 Bourgeois Opinion; Chapt. 2 Bourgeois Opinion: Balzac; Chapt. 3 Popular Opinion: The working class press; popular literature.

 

*Farge, Arlette. Fragile Lives : Violence, Power and Solidarity in Eighteenth-Century Paris /. Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 1993.
Call Number: DC715 .F3713 1993
Notes: Poverty and the Poor Includes bibliographical references (p. [304]-310) and index
Abstract: Good insights into "getting by" and the struggle for existence among the Parisian poor

 

*Fuchs, Rachel Ginnis.  Poor and Pregnant in Paris : Strategies for Survival in the Nineteenth Century . New Brunswick, N.J. : Rutgers University Press, 1992.
Call Number: HV1448.F82 P375 1992
Notes: Poverty and the Poor; Women of the People; ;Includes bibliographical references (p. [301]-314) and index

 

Kaplow, Jeffry. The Names of Kings: the Parisian Laboring Poor in the Eighteenth Century.  New York, Basic Books, [c1972].
Call Number: 944.3 K141nam
Notes: Poverty and the Poor; Includes bibliographical references

 

Restif de la Bretonne, Nicolas Edme. My Revolution; Promenades in Paris, 1789-1794, Being the Diary of Restif De La Bretonne ..Alex Karmel. [1st ed.] ed. x, 387 p.  New York, McGraw-Hill, [1970].
Call Number: 840.3 R313Z Kar

 

Raser, George Bernard. Guide to Balzac's Paris: an Analytical Subject Index. Choisy-le-Roi: Impr. de France, 1964.
Call Number: PQ2177 .R3
Notes: Poverty and the Poor; Paris & High Culture; Paris General; Bibliography: p. 181-[186]

 

*Roche, Daniel. The People of Paris : an Essay in Popular Culture in the 18th Century. . Leamington Spa, UK ; Hamburg, Ger. : Berg, 1987.
Call Number: DC715 .R6413 1985 

 

*Shapiro, Ann-Louise. Housing the Poor of Paris, 1850-1902. Madison, Wis: University of Wisconsin Press, 1985.
Notes: Poverty and the Poor ; 84040159
Bibliography: p. 205-217

 

Tocqueville, Alexis de, Seymour Drescher, and Gertrude Himmelfarb. Memoir on Pauperism. Chicago: Ivan R. Dee, 1997.
Call Number: HV245 .T6313 1997
 Includes bibliographical references and index

 

The Revolutionary Tradition

 

*Agulhon, Maurice. Marianne into Battle: Republican Imagery and Symbolism in France, 1789-1880. Cambridge Cambridgeshire. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1981.
Call Number: N6847 .A3813
Notes: Revolution Translation of Marianne au combat
Bibliography: p. 228-235

 

Boime, Albert. Art in an Age of Revolution, 1750-1800. A Social History of Modern Art. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1987.
Call Number: N6425.N4 B6 1987

 

Clark, T. J. Image of the People: Gustave Courbet and the 1848 Revolution. Princeton, N.J: Princeton University Press, 1982.
Notes: Revolution; Paris & High Culture; Includes index; Bibliography: p. 193-202

 

*Ferguson, Priscilla Parkhurst. "Paris: Place and Space of Revolution." chapt. 1 Paris As Revolution : Writing the Nineteenth-Century City /.  Priscilla Parkhurst FergusonBerkeley : University of California Press, 1994.
Call Number: PQ283 .F46 1994
Notes: Revolution Paris General Includes bibliographical references (p. 231-257) and index

 

Furet, François, Lucien Calvié, and Karl Marx. Marx and the French Revolution. Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1988.
Call Number: DC148 .F8613 1988
Notes: Revolution Political Writers; Includes bibliographical references and index

 

*Furet, Françcois. "The Ancien Regime and The Revolution." chapter 2, vol. 2 Realms of Memory:  Rethinking the French PastPierre Nora, and Lawrence D Kritzman. English-language ed ed. 3v . European Perspectives. New York: Columbia University Press, 1996-1998.
Call Number: DC33 .L6513 1996

 

Furet, François, and  Mona Ozouf. A Critical Dictionary of the French Revolution. Cambridge, Mass. : Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1989.
Call Number: DC148 .D5313 1989
 Abstract: A fine place to begin when investigating nearly any aspect of the French Revolution.  Be aware of the bias: the French authors are mainly of the Furet School which emphasizes the role of ideas as a cause, argues that the Terror was built in to the Revolution from the start--not a product of circumstances, etc.

 

Furet, François, and  Denis Richet. French Revolution. [1st American ed ed. New York: Macmillan, 1970.
Call Number: DC148 .F8713 1970b
Notes: Revolution ; 70081243 //r83
Bibliography: p. 405-407
Abstract: The French version is 2 vols. with huge number of print images, not the best in terms of resolution, but useful nonetheless

 

Harden, J. David, “Liberty caps and liberty trees,” Past & Present (1995).
Abstract: The French National Convention of 1792 adopted a new seal for the Republic to replace the official image of the king.  The seal's motto, "Archives de la République française," framed a woman in an antique robe, holding fasces in one hand and a pike topped with a Phrygian cap, the bonnet of liberty, in the other.  With the adoption of the seal, the liberty bonnet was officially consecrated as a symbol of the Republic.  The persona ficta of the king began to yield to the images of a new political order.  The writer traces along what paths the headdress of an Asiatic cult traveled from classical antiquity to arrive in revolutionary Paris atop the pike as the bonnet of liberty.  He finds that the liberty bonnet came to France in a variety of complementary and coincidental ways, not least a series of events associated with the painter Jacques-Louis David

 

Hesse, Carla. Publishing and Cultural Politics in Revolutionary Paris, 1789-1810. Studies on the History of Society and Culture, 12. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1991.
Call Number: Z310.6.P37 H47 1991
Notes: Revolution Paris & High Culture Includes bibliographical references (p. 261-279) and index

 

*Heywood, Colin. "The Revolutionary Tradition in Troyes, 1789-1848." Journal of Historical Geography  16 (1990): 108-20.
Notes: Revolution art

 

Hunt, Lynn Avery. The Family Romance of the French Revolution. Berkeley : University of California Press, 1992.
Call Number: DC148 .H86 1992
Notes: Revolution ; 91026852
Includes bibliographical references and index

 

———. Politics, Culture, and Class in the French Revolution. Berkeley : University of California Press, 1984.
Call Number: DC158.8 .H86 1984
Notes: Revolution ; 83027528
Includes bibliographical references and index

 

*Johnson, M. P. Memory and the Cult of Revolution in the 1871 Paris Commune. 1997.

 

 Michelet, Jules. The Women of the French Revolution. Philadelphia, H. C. Baird, 1855.
Call Number: 944.04 M58f Ep
Notes: Revolution ; Political Writers;  Women of the People 

 

Michelet, Jules, and Meta Roberts Penington. The Women of the French Revolution. Philadelphia: H. C. Baird, 1855.
Call Number: DC145 .M62
Notes: Revolution "Translator's preface" signed: M. R. P. [i. e. Meta Roberts Penington]
"Formed principally of the portraits of women, drawn by Michelet in his History of the revolution."--Author's pref

 

Michelet, Jules, and Gordon Wright. History of the French Revolution. Classic European Historians. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1967.
Call Number: DC161 .M5153 1967

 

Paulson, Ronald. Representations of Revolution, 1789-1820. New Haven Conn.: Yale University Press, 1983.
Call Number: NX452.5.N4 P3 1983
Notes: Revolution Includes bibliographical references and index

 

Pinkney, David H. The French Revolution of 1830. Princeton N.J: Princeton University Press, 1972.
Call Number: DC261 .P56
Notes: Revolution ; 72039051
Bibliography: p. 369-385

 

Seigel, Jerrold E. Bohemian Paris : Culture, Politics, and the Boundaries of Bourgeois Life, 1830-1930. New York : Viking, 1986.
Call Number: DC715 .S42 1986
Notes: The Bourgeoisie;  Revolution; Paris & High Culture;  Counter Culture: La Bohčme
Abstract: Chapt. 1 The Boundaries of Bohemia; 2 A Country Explored: Murger; 3 Politics, Fantasy, Identity: Bohemia in the Revolution of 1848

 

*Walton, Whitney. Eve's Proud Descendants : Four Women Writers and Republican Politics in Nineteenth-Century France. Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, 2000.
Call Number: HQ1611 .W34 2000
Notes: The Bourgeoisie  Women Writers Revolution    Chapt. 2 Growing up Female in Postrevolutionary France; 5. Women Writers as Republicans in July Monarchy Political Culture; 6. Republican Women and Republican Families; *7. Writing and Rewriting the Revolution of 1848

 

The Underworld and Crime

 

Borrow, George Henry, and Edward Hale Bierstadt. Celebrated Trials and Remarkable Cases of Criminal Jurisprudence From the Earliest Records to the Year 1825 First Compiled and Edited by George Borrow and Now Newly Rev. and Edited by Edward Hale Bierstadt. New York: Payson & Clarke ltd, 1928.

 

*Chevalier, Louis. Laboring Classes and Dangerous Classes in Paris During the First Half of the Nineteenth Century. [1st American ed.] ed. New York, H. Fertig, 1973.
Call Number: 944.6 C427cY Jel
Notes: Workers; Underworld and Crime; Poverty and the Poor; Law and Police
Abstract: Chapt. 2  The Picturesque Literature; Chapt. 3 Balzac (and the dangerous classes); Chapt. 4 Hugo (The Last Day of a Condemned Man; Les Miserables); Chapt. 5 The Social Literature: Testimony, Social Reformers, Social Surveys with regard to crime and the dangerous classes; Part II: Chapt. 1 Bourgeois Opinion; Chapt. 2 Bourgeois Opinion: Balzac; Chapt. 3 Popular Opinion: The working class press; popular literature.

 

Claude, Antoine, Katharine Prescott Wormeley, and Bruce Rogers. Memoirs of Monsieur Claude, Chief of Police Under the Second Empire. Boston, New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1907.
Notes: Underworld and Crime ; 07036947

 

Dumas, Alexandre. Celebrated Crimes. Edition de Luxe ed. Dumas' Romances. Boston: Estes and Lauriat, 1896.
Notes: Underworld and Crime; Law and Police
Abstract: The author of the Three Musketeers looks into famous crimes in history

 

Hartman, Mary S. Victorian Murderesses a True History of Thirteen Respectable French and English Women Accused of Unspeakable Crimes. New York: Schocken Books, 1977.
Call Number: HV6535.G4 H29 1977
Notes: Underworld and Crime Bibliography: p. 307-312

 

Hugo, Victor, and Huntington Smith. History of a Crime (Deposition of a Witness). New York: T.Y. Crowell, 1888.
Notes: Underworld and Crime Law and Police

 

Restif de la Bretonne. My Revolution; Promenades in Paris, 1789-1794, Being the Diary of Restif De La Bretonne ..Alex Karmel. [1st ed.] ed. x, 387 p.  New York, McGraw-Hill, [1970].
Call Number: 840.3 R313Z Kar 

 

Lesser, Wendy. The Life Below the Ground: a Study of the Subterranean in Literature and History. Boston: Faber and Faber, 1987.
Call Number: PN56.O7 L4 1987
Notes: Underworld and Crime Bibliography: p. 203-207

 

Morain, Alfred. The Underworld of Paris Secrets of the sureté. New York: Blue Ribbon Books, 1931.
Notes: Underworld and Crime

 

Parry, Eugenia, and Alphonse Bertillon. Crime Album Stories Paris 1886-1902. First Scalo ed. Zurich, New York: Scalo, distributed in North America by D.A.P, 2000.
Notes: Underworld and Crime

 

Riedel, Frederick Carl. Crime and Punishment in the Old French Romances. Columbia University Studies in English and Comparative Literature, no. 135. New York: Columbia University Press, 1938.
Call Number: PQ155.C8 R5 1968a
Notes: Underworld and Crime Law and Police Bibliography: p. [179]-186

 

Sue, Eugčne. The Mysteries of Paris. London : Chapman and Hall, 1845-1946.
Call Number: PZ3.S944 My3
Notes: Underworld and Crime; Paris General; Law and Police

 

Vidocq, Eugène François, and Edwin Gile Rich. Vidocq the Personal Memoirs of the First Great Detective. Boston: Houghton Mifflin company, 1935.
Call Number: HV7915 .V53 1935
Notes: Underworld and Crime Law and Police ; 35004735

 

Vidocq, Eugčne François, and George Cruikshank. Memoirs of Vidocq, the Principal Agent of the French Police. Philadelphia: T.B. Peterson, 1859.
Notes: Underworld and Crime Law and Police

 

*Williams, Roger Lawrence. Manners and Murders in the World of Louis-Napoleon. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1975.
Call Number: HV6295.F8 W54
Notes: Underworld and Crime ; 75015938
Bibliography: p. 193-202

 

Wills, Antoinette. Crime and Punishment in Revolutionary Paris /. Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 1981.
Call Number: HV6970.P3 W54
Notes: Underworld and Crime; Law and Police; Includes index; Bibliography: p. [207]-215

 

*Wright, Gordon. Between the Guillotine and Liberty : Two Centuries of the Crime Problem in France. New York : Oxford University Press, 1983.
Call Number: HV6963 .W74 1983
Notes: Underworld and Crime Law and Police; Bibliography: p. 264-282

 

———. "Two Adventurers in an Age of Crisis: or Balzac for Real (Policemen Eguene Vidocq and Gabriel Ouvrard); Two Unlikely Heroes: or, Murder As Art Form and Source of Literary Inspiration ( Profession Criminal Pierre-Francois Lacenaire and Pierre Rivičre)." Insiders and Outliers : the Individual in History. Gordon WrightSan Francisco : W.H. Freeman, 1981.
Call Number: DC110 .W73 1981

 

Women of the People

 

Bernier, Olivier. The Eighteenth-Century Woman . Garden City, N.Y. : New York : Doubleday ; Published in association with the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1981.
Call Number: HQ1150 .B47 1982
Notes: The Bourgeoisie;  Women Writers; Women of the People

 

Boigne, Louise-Eléonore-Charlotte-Adélaide d'Osmond, and Charles Nicoullaud. Memoirs of the Comtesse De Boigne. History of Women ; reel 710, no. 5685.1. New York : C. Scribner's Sons, 1907.
Notes: Women Writers; Paris General; The Bourgeoisie
Abstract: Smith has the bound volumes.  A treasure trove of observations and malicious gossip on the goings on in high society in Paris and in some provinces.  This lady had an attitude.

 

Cameron, Vivian. "Gender and Power:  Images of Women in Late 18th-Century France." History of European Ideas 10, no. 3 (1989): 309-.
Notes: The Bourgeoisie;  Women of the People    

 

De la Motte, Dean, and Jeannene M Przyblyski, eds. Making the News : Modernity & the Mass Press in Nineteenth-Century France. Studies in Print Culture & the History of the Book: Studies in Print Culture and the History of the Book. Amherst : University of Massachusetts Press, 1999.
Call Number: PN5177 .M35 1999
Notes: Women of the People  Newspapers and Caricature ; Includes bibliographical references (p. 377-383)

 

DeGroat, Judith A. "The Public Nature of Women's Work: Definitions and Debates During the Revolution of 1848." French Historical Studies (1997).
Notes: Workers Women of the People  Contents: feature article
Abstract: Part of a forum on women and work throughout French history.  The writer contends that the responses given by journalists, government officials, and observers from both the Left and the Right to the female participants in the Festival of Concord in Paris, held in May 1848 to celebrate the revolution, reflected the ambivalence felt toward working women in mid-19th-century France.  She argues that women's presence in the political arena was unsettling in a period in which public space was being defined as masculine.  She reviews how working women had emerged as a locus of tension and debate in the preceding years of the July Monarchy as they played a central role in the expansion and productivity of the manufacturing economy

 

Delord, Taxile, Adolphe illus Menut, Aubert et Cie, and Lavigne (Firm). Physiologie De La Parisienne. Physiologies-Aubert. Paris: Aubert et cie [etc., 1841.
Call Number: DC33.6 .D46
Notes: Women of the People;  Newspapers and Caricature;

 

* Fuchs, Rachel Ginnis.  Poor and Pregnant in Paris : Strategies for Survival in the Nineteenth Century . New Brunswick, N.J. : Rutgers University Press, 1992.
Call Number: HV1448.F82 P375 1992
Notes: Poverty and the Poor; Women of the People; ;Includes bibliographical references (p. [301]-314) and index

 

*Godineau, Dominique. The Women of Paris and Their French Revolution. Studies on the History of Society and Culture, 26. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1998.
Call Number: DC731 .G6313 1998
Notes: Workers; Women of the People;  Includes bibliographical references and index

 

Goncourt, Edmond de. The Woman of the Eighteenth Century: Her Life, From Birth to Death, Her Love and Her Philosophy in the Worlds of Salon, Shop and Street . Westport, CT : Hyperion Press, [1982].
Call Number: HQ1613 .G6313 1982
Notes: The Bourgeoisie;  Women Writers; Paris & High Culture; Women of the People;  Translation of: Femme au dix-huitieme siecle;Reprint. Originally published: London : Allen & Unwin, 1928

 

*McPhee, Peter. A Social History of France 1780-1880. London ; New York: Routledge, 1992.
Call Number: HN425 .M36 1992

 

 Michelet, Jules. The Women of the French Revolution. Philadelphia, H. C. Baird, 1855.
Call Number: 944.04 M58f Ep

 

Moch, Leslie Page. Paths to the City : Regional Migration in Nineteenth-Century France. Beverly Hills:  Sage publications, 1983.
Call Number: HT135 .M62 1983

 

*Smith, Bonnie G. Changing Lives Women in European History Since 1700. Lexington, Mass: D.C. Heath and Co, 1989.
Call Number: HQ1588 .S64 1989
Notes: The Bourgeoisie  Women of the People ; Includes bibliographical references (p. 543-545) and index

 

Smith, Bonnie G. The Gender of History Men, Women, and Historical Practice. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press, 1998.
Call Number: D13 .S567 1998
Notes: The Bourgeoisie;Women of the People;  Includes bibliographical references (p. 243-298) and index

 

Trougott,Mark. The French Worker.  Autobiographies From the Early Industrial Era. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 1993.
Notes: Women of the People 1. Jacques Etienne Bédé: A Worker in 1830; 2. Suzanne Voilquin: Recollections of a Daughter of the People; 3. Agricol Perdiguier: Memoirs of a Campagnon; 4. Matin Nadaud: Memoirs of Léonard, a Former Mason's Assistant; 5. Norbert Truquin: Memoirs and Adventrues of a Proletarian in Times of Revolution; 6. Jean-Baptiste Dumay: Memoirs of a Militant Worker from Le Creusot; 7. Jeanne Bouvier: My Memoirs.

 

Women Writers

 

Bernier, Olivier. The Eighteenth-Century Woman . Garden City, N.Y. : New York : Doubleday ; Published in association with the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1981.
Call Number: HQ1150 .B47 1982
Notes: The Bourgeoisie;  Women Writers; Women of the People

 

Boigne, Louise-Eléonore-Charlotte-Adélaide d'Osmond, and Charles Nicoullaud. Memoirs of the Comtesse De Boigne. History of Women ; reel 710, no. 5685.1. New York : C. Scribner's Sons, 1907.
Notes: Women Writers; Paris General; The Bourgeoisie
Abstract: Smith has the bound volumnes.  A treasure trove of observations and malicious gossip on the goings on in high society in Paris and in some provinces.  This lady had an attitude.

 

Easton, Malcolm. Artists and Writers in Paris: the Bohemian Idea, 1803-1867. London: Edward Arnold (Publishers) Ltd, 1964.
Notes: Women Writers  Counter Culture: La Bohème Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (p.178-187) Bibliography: p.188-191

 

Girardin, Emile de. Lettres Parisiennes. History of Women, reel 729, no. 5830. Paris: Louis-Michaud, 1908.
Notes: Women Writers

 

Girardin, Emile de, and Anne Martin-Fugier.  Lettres Parisiennes Du Vicomte De Launay. Le Temps Retrouvé. Paris: Mercure de France, 1986.
Call Number: DC733 .G56 1986
Notes: Women Writers; Includes bibliographical references and index

 

Goncourt, Edmond de. The Woman of the Eighteenth Century : Her Life, From Birth to Death, Her Love and Her Philosophy in the Worlds of Salon, Shop and Street . Westport, CT : Hyperion Press, [1982].
Call Number: HQ1613 .G6313 1982
Notes: The Bourgeoisie;  Women Writers; Paris & High Culture; Women of the People;  Translation of: Femme au dix-huitieme siecle;Reprint. Originally published: London : Allen & Unwin, 1928

 

Grafigny. Letters From a Peruvian Woman. Texts and Translations, 2. New York: Modern Language Association of America, 1993.
Call Number: PQ1986.L4 E4 1993
Notes: Women Writers ; Includes bibliographical references (p. xxv)

 

Grafigny, and English Showalter. Correspondance De Madame De Graffigny. Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, Taylor Institution, 1985.
Notes: Women Writers Includes bibliographies and indexes

 

Hall, E. B. The Women of the Salons. London, New York [etc.]: Longmans, Green and Co., 1901.
Call Number: 478
Notes: The Bourgeoisie  Women Writers Pleasures Paris & High Culture    First issued in Longman"s magazine, 1897-1901;Microfilm. New Haven, Conn., Research Publications, 1977. 1 reel. 35 mm. (History of women, Reel 658, no. 5242)

 

Hellerstein, Erna Olafson, Leslie Parker Hume, and Karen M Offen. Victorian Women : a Documentary Account of Women's Lives in Nineteenth-Century England, France, and the United States. Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, 1981.
Call Number: HQ1599.E5 V5
Notes: The Bourgeoisie  Women Writers ; Bibliography: p. [511]-522
Abstract: Selections of primary sources on French, American, and British women.  Excellent for insights into the making of the bourgeois woman.

 

*Jack, Belinda Elizabeth. George Sand : a Woman's Life Writ Large. 1st American ed ed. New York : Knopf, 2000.
Call Number: PQ2412 .J33 2000
Notes: Women Writers; Includes bibliographical references (p. 359-380) and index

 

Parsons, Clare Olivia. Women Travelers and the Spectacle of Modernity. United Kingdom: 1997.
Notes: The Bourgeoisie  Women Writers    Contents: feature article
Abstract: Part of a special issue on women and travel.  The writer discusses the work of women writers and travelers to Paris in the 19th century who consciously embraced the role of the flâneur and the "aesthetic investigator."  She argues that for writers like Ida Kohl, Emma Niendorf, and Johanna Schopenhauer the opportunity to wander the streets of Paris, despite the dangers, were vastly preferable to the confinements of other places and earlier times.  She maintains that the adoption of the role of the flâneur enabled these women to justify and elevate the motivations and the products of their gaze

 

Riccoboni, Marie Jeanne de Heurles Laboras de Mezières, and Frances Brooke. Letters From Juliet Lady Catesby, to Her Friend, Lady Henrietta Campley Translated From the French. The fourth edition ed. Eighteenth Century, reel 3250, no. 1. London: Printed for R. and J. Dodsley, 1764.
Notes: Women Writers

 

Riccoboni, Marie Jeanne de Heurles Laboras de Mezières, Joan Hinde Stewart, and Philip Stewart. The Story of Ernestine. Texts and Translations, 7. New York: Modern Language Association of America, 1998.
Call Number: PQ2027.R3 H5513 1998
Notes: Women Writers ; Includes bibliographical references

 

Rogers, Rebecca. “Boarding Schools, Women Teachers and Domesticity: Reforming Girls' Secondary Education in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century,” French Historical Studies (1995).
 Abstract: This article examines the reform movement in girls' secondary education, focusing on Paris during the July Monarchy.  Specifically, it addresses the development of lay boarding schools, arguing that education was a powerful tool in defining the nineteenth-century domestic woman.  Attempts to define and codify girls' secondary education during this period contained within them conflicting messages about women's intellectual and moral responsibilities in bourgeois society.  On the one hand, reformers pushed energetically for the establishment of higher standards in women's education, which necessitated, in their view, the construction of a professional corps of women teachers.  On the other hand, advocates for reform also emphasized the moral dimension of teachers' tasks.  By 1850 this moral dimension outweighed professional concerns.  My analysis of a series of boarding-school "dramas" illustrates how underlying cultural anxieties about girls' institutional education, women's sexuality, and women's potentially professional roles within these schools served to redefine girls' education in exclusively domestic fashion.  Reprinted by permission of the publisher

 

" Considerations on the Principal Events of the French Revolution. /Madame de Anne-Louise-Germaine 1766-1817 Stael 2 v. . New-York: Published by James Eastburn and Co. at the Literary Rooms, Broadway., 1818.
Call Number: 944.4 St13cY B
Notes: Women Writers  SC/RARE BOOK RM

 

*Smith, Bonnie G. Changing Lives Women in European History Since 1700. Lexington, Mass: D.C. Heath and Co, 1989.

 

Stael, Germaine de. An Extraordinary Woman : Selected Writings of Germaine De Stael /Madame de Anne-Louise-Germaine 1766-1817.  New York : Columbia University Press, 1987.
Call Number: PQ2431 .A24 1987
Notes: Women Writers Translated from the French; Includes index; Bibliography: p. [403]

 

Uzanne, Octave, Albert Lynch, and Eugčne Gaujeau. The Frenchwoman of the Century: Fashions - Manners - Usages. London: J.C. Nimmo, 1886.
Notes: The Bourgeoisie;  Women Writers; Paris & High Culture; Paris General  
Abstract: Microform. col. front., illus., col. plates

 

*Walton, Whitney. Eve's Proud Descendants : Four Women Writers and Republican Politics in Nineteenth-Century France. Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, 2000.
Call Number: HQ1611 .W34 2000
Notes: The Bourgeoisie; Women Writers Revolution;

 

Workers and Ordinary People

 

Bouvier, Jeanne. "My Memoirs; or Fifity-Nine Years of Industrial, Social, and Intellectual Activity by a Working Woman, 1876-1935." chapter 7 in The French Worker.  Autobiographies From the Early Industrial Era. ed. Mark TraugottBerkeley, CA: University of California Press, 1993.
Notes: Workers 1. Jacques Etienne Bédé: A Worker in 1830; 2. Suzanne Voilquin: Recollections of a Daughter of the People; 3. Agricol Perdiguier: Memoirs of a Campagnon; 4. Matin Nadaud: Memoirs of Léonard, a Former Mason's Assistant; 5. Norbert Truquin: Memoirs and Adventrues of a Proletarian in Times of Revolution; 6. Jean-Baptiste Dumay: Memoirs of a Militant Worker from Le Creusot; 7. Jeanne Bouvier: My Memoirs.

 

Brennan, Thomas Edward.  Public Drinking and Popular Culture in Eighteenth-Century Paris. . Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, 1988.
Call Number: HV5470.P37 B74 1988
Notes: Workers Includes; index; Bibliography: p. 317-328

 

Chevalier, Louis. Laboring Classes and Dangerous Classes in Paris During the First Half of the Nineteenth Century. [1st American ed.] ed. New York, H. Fertig, 1973.
Call Number: 944.6 C427cY Jel  

 

Notes: Workers; Underworld and Crime; Poverty and the Poor; Law and Police Abstract: Chapt. 2  The Picturesque Literature; Chapt. 3 Balzac (and the dangerous classes); Chapt. 4 Hugo (The Last Day of a Condemned Man; Les Miserables); Chapt. 5 The Social Literature: Testimony, Social Reformers, Social Surveys with regard to crime and the dangerous classes; Part II: Chapt. 1 Bourgeois Opinion; Chapt. 2 Bourgeois Opinion: Balzac; Chapt. 3 Popular Opinion: The working class press; popular literature.

 

 

 

DeGroat, Judith A. "The Public Nature of Women's Work: Definitions and Debates During the Revolution of 1848." French Historical Studies (1997).
Notes: Workers Women of the People  Contents: feature article
Abstract: Part of a forum on women and work throughout French history.  The writer contends that the responses given by journalists, government officials, and observers from both the Left and the Right to the female participants in the Festival of Concord in Paris, held in May 1848 to celebrate the revolution, reflected the ambivalence felt toward working women in mid-19th-century France.  She argues that women's presence in the political arena was unsettling in a period in which public space was being defined as masculine.  She reviews how working women had emerged as a locus of tension and debate in the preceding years of the July Monarchy as they played a central role in the expansion and productivity of the manufacturing economy

 

Garrioch, David, “The people of Paris and their police in the eighteenth century: reflections on the introduction of a 'modern' police force,” European History Quarterly. United Kingdom: 1994.
 Abstract: The writer examines the introduction of a "modern" police force in 18th-century Paris.  He argues that the police force that emerged at this time was the product of a long process of conflict and tacit negotiation between the government, the urban middle classes, the working-class population, and various elements of the police.  He asserts that the introduction and operation of the police force were not simply an instance of the authorities imposing social control on the population at the behest of the social elite.  He demonstrates that the police also performed a role that was influenced by popular expectations and perceptions of justice.  Not only was lower-class cooperation vital for the operation of the police force, he contends, but the lower classes also influenced the type of activity carried out by the police

 

*Godineau, Dominique. The Women of Paris and Their French Revolution. Studies on the History of Society and Culture, 26. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1998.
Call Number: DC731 .G6313 1998
Notes: Workers; Women of the People;  Includes bibliographical references and index

 

*Haine, W. Scott. "Behavioral Politics." Chapt. 7  The World of the Paris Café: Sociability Among the French Working Class, 1789-1914. W. Scott HaineBaltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1996.
Call Number: DC715 .H275 1996
Notes: Workers The role of the cafe in working-class radical politics from 1789-1914

 

Lyons, Martyn. "What Did the Peasants Read? Written and Printed Culture in Rural France, 1815-1914." European History Quarterly 27, no. 2 (1997): 165-97.

 

Juneja, M. "The Peasant Image and Agrarian Change -- Representations of Rural Society in 19th-Century French Painting From Millet to Vangogh." Journal of Peasant Studies 15, no. 4 (1988): 445-74.
Notes: Workers

 

*Maynes, Mary Jo. Taking the Hard Road Life Course in French and German Workers' Autobiographies in the Era of Industrialization. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1995.
Call Number: HD8430 .M29 1995
Notes: Workers ; Includes bibliographical references (p. 227-260) and index

 

*McPhee, Peter. A Social History of France 1780-1880. London ; New York: Routledge, 1992.
Call Number: HN425 .M36 1992
Notes: The Bourgeoisie;  Workers; Women of the People    

 

Merriman, John M. Consciousness and Class Experience in Nineteenth-Century Europe. New York : Holmes & Meier Publishers, 1979.
Call Number: HN380.Z9 S6385 1979
Notes: Workers ; 79016032
Bibliography: p. 245-250

 

Moss, Bernard H. "Parisian Workers and the Origins of Republican Socialism, 1830-1833." 1830 in France. John M MerrimanNew York : New Viewpoints, 1975.
Call Number: DC262 .E35
Notes: Workers ; 75015796
Bibliography: p. 223-226

 

Nord, Philip G. Paris Shopkeepers and the Politics of Resentment. Princeton, N.J: Princeton University Press, 1986.
Call Number: HF5429.6.F7 N67 1986
Notes: Workers ; 85042695
Bibliography: p. 497-518

 

Ratcliffe, Barrie M. "Popular Classes and Cohabitation in Mid-Nineteenth-Century Paris ." Journal of Family History (1996).
Abstract: The writer discusses the extent of recourse to cohabitation among popular classes in Paris, France, in the first half of the 19th century.  Through an examination of the archives of charity organizations and serial data, especially marriage records, he argues that Parisian workers at that time were anxious to get married, to marry in church, and to marry respectably.  He maintains that cohabitation should be dedramatized and that it should be recognized that popular-class behavior and attitudes were more traditional and conformist than were previously believed

 

Reid, Donald. Paris Sewers and Sewermen: Realities and Representations. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press, 1991.
Call Number: HD8039.S2572 F87 1991
Notes: Workers Includes bibliographical references (p. [183]-230) and index

 

Roche, Daniel. The People of Paris : an Essay in Popular Culture in the 18th Century. Leamington Spa, UK ; Hamburg, Ger. : Berg, 1987.
Call Number: DC715 .R6413 1985

 

 Sewell, William Hamilton. Structure and Mobility the Men and Women of Marseille, 1820-1870. Cambridge Cambridgeshire, New York, Paris: Cambridge University Press. Editions de la Maison des Sciences de l'Homme, 1985.
Call Number: HN438.M35 S48 1985
Notes: Workers ; 84005860
Bibliography: p. 362-369

 

*——. Work and Revolution in France the Language of Labor From the Old Regime to 1848. Cambridge, New York: Cambridge University Press, 1980.
Call Number: HD8429 .S48
Notes: Workers ; 80012103
Bibliography: p. 318-328

 

*trumingher, Laura S. What Were Little Girls and Boys Made of? : Primary Education in Rural France, 1830-1880. SUNY Series in European Social History. Albany: State University of New York, 1983.
Call Number: LC5148.F8 S77
Notes: Workers Includes index.

 

*Traugott, Mark. The French Worker : Autobiographies From the Early Industrial Era. Berkeley : University of California Press, 1993.
Call Number: HD8433.A1 F74 1993
Notes: Workers ; 92006310
Includes bibliographical references

 

Tristan, Flora, and Jules L Puech. Le Tour De France État Actuel De La Classe Ouvrière Sous L'Aspect Moral, Intellectuel Et Matériel. La Découverte: Découverte (François Maspero (Firm)), 19-20. Paris: Maspero, 1980.
Notes: Workers

 

*Zeldin, Theodore. France, 1848-1945, Vol. 1, Ambition and Love.  Oxford ;, New York : Oxford University Press, 1979-.
Call Number: DC33.6 .Z44 1979
Notes: The Bourgeoisie;  Pleasures; Workers; etc.  
Abstract: Chapters on The Pretensions of the Bourgeoisie; Doctors; Notaries; The Rich; Industrialists; Bankers; The Ambitions of Ordinary Men; Bureaucrats; Peasants; Workers; Marriage and Morals; Children; Women.