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How Paris became Paris
Joan E. DeJean
Written in English
In this compelling portrait of a city in transition, Joan DeJean shows that by 1700 Paris had become the capital that would transform forever our conception of the city and of urban life.
Includes bibliographical references (pages -275) and index.
|LC Classifications||DC729 .D39 2014|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||307 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates|
|Number of Pages||307|
|LC Control Number||2013031527|
Paris didn’t always leave tourists’ mouths agape with its neoclassical beauty and rhythmic sense of order. As Joan DeJean explains in her engaging new book How Paris Became Paris: The. Paris is a 19th century city, transformed from its medieval plan and way of functioning by Napoleon III and the Baron Haussmann. Not so says historian Joan DeJean who in her new book ‘How Paris Became Paris’ argues that the city's most important developments came much earlier.
The years between and make up the strangest and most extreme decade in the Parisian 20th century. They began with the shock and humiliation of the Fall of France in Then came the miseries and trauma of the Nazi occupation. The German surrender in was followed by a wave of violent purges called “l’épuration sauvage” (“wild purification”) – when Parisians turned. Read "How Paris Became Paris The Invention of the Modern City" by Joan DeJean available from Rakuten Kobo. "This lively history charts the growth of Paris from a city of crowded alleyways and irregular buildings into a modern m Brand: Bloomsbury Publishing.
During the 16th century, Paris was the largest city in Europe, with a population of about , in The 16th century saw the Renaissance arrive in Paris, expressed in the city's architecture, art and cultural life. The Kings of France returned to Paris from the Loire Valley. Paris. In , Francis I became the first French king to make the Louvre his residence. About this Item: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC, United States, Paperback. Condition: New. Reprint. Language: English. Brand new Book. "This lively history charts the growth of Paris from a city of crowded alleyways and irregular buildings into a modern marvel."--New YorkerAt the beginning of the seventeenth century, Paris was known for isolated monuments but had not yet put its brand on.
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ANALYSIS/OPINION: HOW PARIS BECAME PARIS: THE INVENTION OF THE MODERN CITY By Joan DeJean Bloomsbury, $30, pages. Far more than a great line from a great movie, “We’ll always have Paris.
Reviews “This lively history charts the growth of Paris from a city of crowded alleyways and irregular buildings into a modern marvel.” – New Yorker “The greatest strength of How Paris Became Paris is the richness of its subject matter. DeJean is fluent with the material and has conducted thorough research, with many interesting primary sources.
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News, author interviews, critics' picks and more. In her new book, How Paris Became Paris, DeJean starts with a look at the dismal condition of Paris in the late s. The long wars between Protestants and. In “How Paris Became Paris,” Joan DeJean presents the city’s role as a precursor of urban modernity by taking us to the 17th century, a decisive period of change for the city.
The present book not only makes life in 17th century Paris more real, it also ties together many strands that thread through that epoch, thereby enhancing our understanding of France and Europe. What was one of the most memorable moments of How Paris Became Paris.
Many "aha" moments. Description of the book "How Paris Became Paris: The Invention of the Modern City": At the beginning of the seventeenth century, Paris was known for isolated. “Paris caused urban planners to invent what a city should be,” writes the author, “and it caused visitors to dream of what a city might be.” Dejean obviously knows and loves Paris, and she provides coherent history that effectively explains the evolution of a city built by a few prescient men.
In How Paris Became Paris: The Invention of the Modern City, astute cultural observer Joan DeJean argues that Paris has been a modern, alluring city far longer than we usually imagine. Although we tend to think of 19th-century Paris as the bustling epitome of “la vie moderne,” the roots of all we know and love about Paris today actually.
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Book Review: 'How Paris Became Paris' "How Paris Became Paris: The Invention of the Modern City," by Joan DeJean, is full of creative insights on the symptoms of urban modernity as well as bold statements about how Paris came to be one of the world's great cities.
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In the 16th century, Paris became the book-publishing capital of Europe, though it was shaken by the French Wars of Religion between Catholics and Protestants. In the 18th century, Paris was the centre of the intellectual ferment known as the Enlightenment, and the main stage of the French Revolution fromwhich is remembered every year.
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How Paris Became Paris The Invention of the Modern City (Book): DeJean, Joan E.: At the beginning of the seventeenth century, Paris was known for isolated monuments but had not yet put its brand on urban space.
Like other European cities, it was still emerging from its medieval past. But in a mere century Paris would be transformed into the modern and mythic city we know today. Conclusion The greatest strength of “How Paris Became Paris” is the Richness of its subject matter. DeJean is fluent with the material.
She has conducted thorough research, with many interesting primary sources. But the book also has weaknesses. Nevertheless, if one has a strong interest for this fabulous subject and a willingness to ride.When Paris became the ultimate destination city.
At the start of the seventeenth century, Paris was known for a few monuments, but it had not yet put its brand on urban space. Like many European cities, it was still emerging from its medieval past. But within a century, Paris would be transformed into the modern and mythic city we now know.