By Peter H. Wilson
This spouse comprises 31 essays through major foreign students to supply an summary of the major debates on eighteenth-century Europe.
- Examines the social, highbrow, fiscal, cultural, and political adjustments that came about all through eighteenth-century Europe
- Focuses on Europe whereas putting it inside of its overseas context
- Considers not only significant western ecu states, but in addition the usually missed nations of japanese and northerly Europe
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A Companion to Eighteenth-Century Europe by Peter H. Wilson