The Rise of the Public in Enlightenment Europe

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Index
absolutism: French theories of, 45–8; and fiscal policy, 58–61; and freemasonry, 253, 260–1, 263, 267, 269–70; and the press, 33; and public opinion, 12, 55–63, 66–71; and secrecy, 8–9, 47, 59, 68, 74–5, 243–4, 253; and the theater, 166–71, 187–91
academies, 105, 130, 136
Adams, John, 234
Addison, Joseph, 95–8, 116, 165, 171, 175, 245
Adorno, Theodor, 9
Agulhon, Maurice, 264
alehouses, see taverns
Alexander, William, quoted 14, 204
Allestree, Richard, 242
almanacs, 87–8
Alxinger, Johann Baptiste von, 217
American Revolution, 33–4, 37, 39, 58, 71–2
Anabaptists, 83
Anne, queen of England, 33, 126, 171, 211, 241
Anne of Austria, queen of France, 103
Arendt, Hannah, 222
Argenson, René Louis de Voyer de Paulmy, marquis d', 53
Aristotle, 6, 119
Arnim, Achim von, 224
Arnold, Matthew, 118–19
Arnstein, Fanny von, 218–19
Assembly of Notables (1787), 60
Association movement, 31, 37–8, 40
Aubin, Penelope, 156
Augustine, St., 164
Austen, Jane, 149
Austria: book trade in, 144–6; coffeehouses in, 243–5; and the Enlightenment, 216; freemasonry in, 257–8, 260–4, 266–70; salons in, 216–19; schooling and literacy in, 84–5; taverns in, 232; theater in, 165, 167, 184–5, 188–91
authorship: and copyright, 137–48; in England, 124–9, 136; female, 148–57; in France, 123, 125, 128–32; in the Holy Roman Empire, 123, 132–6; humanist ideal of, 124–5, 137–48; and patronage, 125, 130–31, 136–7
autobiography, 101
Bachaumont, Louis Petit de, 68
Bad Karlsbad, 153
Bad Pyrmont, 1, 153, 163, 170
Baker, Keith, 47
Balzac, Honoré de, 240
Bank of England, 244
Bank of France, 58
Barruel, Abbé de, 262
Bath, 1, 107, 153, 162, 170, 211–12
Beaumarchais, Pierre Augustin Caron de, 101, 180
Becker, Rudolph Zacharias, 145
Behn, Aphra, 99, 148, 215
Bell, David, 51, 53, 55
Beulwitz-Walzogen, Friederike von, 152
bibliothèque bleue,88–9
Bischoffswerder, Johann Rudolf von, 267–8
Bluestockings, 152–6, 212–14
Blumauer, Alois, 217
Bolingbroke, Henry Saint-John, viscount, 27–8, 36, 45, 70, 203
Bonhote, Elizabeth, 154
Bossuet, Jacques Bénigne, bishop of Meaux, 46
Boswell, James, 213, 231
boulevard theaters, 179–81, 184
bouquinistes,107
Brandes, Ernst, 249
Brentano, Clemens, 224
Brienne, Lomènie de, 60–1
Brissot, Jacques-Pierre, 53, 131
Brothers of the Christian Schools, 84
Bürger, Gottfried August, 134

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