Table of contents for Daily life during the French Revolution / James M. Anderson.

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PREFACE
CHRONOLOGY
MAPS
1. THE SETTING
2. ECONOMY
Heavy Industry
Luxury Industries
Textiles and Oher Products
Wages, Currency and Cost of Living
Unemployment and Migratory Workers
Agriculture
Regional Fairs
Foreign Trade
Fishing
Revolution and the Economy
The Assignat
Taxation
Salt tax
3. TRAVEL
Modes of Transport
Inns
Customs Barriers and Other Inconveniences
French Travelers
4. LIFE AT VERSAILLES
The Palace
Finances
Daily Life
The Queen¿s Day
Courtiers
Aristocrats at Court
Foreign Visitors
Royal Entertainment
Children, Dogs and Other Distractions
5. CLOTHES AND FASHION
Upper Class
Bourgeoisie
Peasants
The Revolution
Directory
Consulate and Empire
6. ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT
Old Regime
Revolutionary Theater
Public Festivals
Music, Song and Dance
Painters, Sculptors and Architects
Palais Royal
Other Amusements and Sports
Children¿s Games
Books and the Press
Writers and the Government
Cartoonists
Pornography and Censorship
7. FAMILY, FOOD AND EDUCATION
Old Regime
Bourgeois Families
Wage Earners and Peasants
Marriage
Widows and Death
Revolutionary Changes in the Family
Food
Aristocrats
Prices
Rural Food
Bread
Drink
Eating Out
Napoleonic Era
Recipes
Education
Student Life
State Education
8. HEALTH, MEDICINE AND CHARITY
Physicians and Surgeons
Hospitals
Quacks and Charlatans
Midwives
Babies and Wet-nurses
Charity and the Welfare State
Reports of English Travelers
Dentists
9. RELIGION
Life of a Noble Cleric
Church Income and the Parish Priest
Superstitution
The Revolution
Civil Constitution of the Clergy
Dechristianization and Reaction
Religion and Poverty
Cult of Reason
Results of the Revolution on the Church
10 WOMEN
Women and Politics
Grain Riots and the March on Versailles
Counter-revolutionary Women
Two Casualties of the Revolution
Political Clubs and Popular Societies
Salons
Madame Germaine de Staël
Unmarried Mothers
Prostitution
Women of the Palais Royal
11. URBAN LIFE
A Royal Visit to Paris
City Life
Work and Leisure
The Paris Quarters
A Nobleman in the Estates-General
Cafe Society
Freemasonry
The Sans-culotte
12. RURAL LIFE
Agriculture
Bastions of Feudalism
Terms of a Lease
Migrant Workers and Day Laborers
Rural Lives
Tales and Legends
Hail, Hunger and Hostility
Mortality
Village Council and Social Life
Deputies, Estates-General, and the Cahiers
The Great Fear
A Change in Peasant Society
War, Conscription and Uprising
13. MILITARY LIFE
Revolution
The National Guard
Mobilization
Revolutionary Army
A Soldier¿s Life
Women in the military
Medical Services
Avoidance of Draft, and Desertions
Letters from Soldiers
Émigré Armies
Post Revolution
The Navy
14. LAW AND ORDER
Crimes and the Fringe Society
Lettres de Cachet and Law of Suspects
Policing Town and Country
Daily Life in Prison
Vagabonds
Army Deserters
Homosexuality
Smugglers
Other Crimes and Punishments
Napoleonic Code
15. AFTERMATH
APPENDIX 1: Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen
Appendix 2: The Republican Calender
GLOSSARY
BIBLIOGRAPHY
INDEX

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

France -- History -- Revolution, 1789-1799.
France -- Social conditions -- 18th century.