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Unlike the Anglo-Americans, who widely embraced middle-class ideals and values, the French--even the most affluent and conservative--have always rejected and maligned bourgeois values and identity. Les mer. In this new approach to the old question of the bourgeoisie, Sarah Maza focuses on the crucial period before, during, and after the French Revolution, and offers a provocative answer: the French bourgeoisie has never existed.
Despite the large numbers of respectable middling town-dwellers, no group identified themselves as bourgeois.
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The Myth of the French Bourgeoisie : An Essay on the Social Imaginary, 1750-1850
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