Making The News In 18th Century France

Published: 28 March 2013
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Long before the Internet and the advent of social media, even before the invention of photography, prints were the main source of visual information. This was particularly significant in eighteenth-century France, where the dramatic rise in production and the rapid dissemination of prints played a key role in the creation of modern political culture prints helped people grasp the essence and significance of newsworthy events both near and far. This well illustrated publication examines this phenomenon through a detailed and lively examination of 37 prints and rare books selected from the collections of Carleton University, National
Published: 28 March 2013

Illustrations : 36 Illustrations
Number Of Pages : 84
Year of Publication : 2013

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Catalogue No: 0770905544