Visions and Revisions of Eighteenth-Century France

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Index
absentee landlords, 22
absolutism, 6, 83, 98, 101-2, 193
actors, 172, 173, 173 n. 48, 186
actresses. See alsoComédie-Française;
theater; women
power of, 15-16, 163-70, 188-89
responses to power of, 170-85
social position of, 156, 160-63
Adams, Christine, 9, 10, 12, 13-14
Adams, Thomas, 127
D'Alembert, Jean, 184
Annales model, of French history, 2-3, 3 n. 5, 11
antifeminism, 183
aristocracy. See also elites
and actresses, 162-63
reactions of to Revolution, 25-26
Sade as representative of, 12, 29
and theater, 160, 162-63
and use of insulting language, 12, 28-29, 29 n. 16
values of, 5, 97
Aube, 35
d'Auberteuil, Hilliard, 146
authority, 6, 14, 17, 24, 176. See also police
autobiographies, 70 n. 55
Baecque, Antoine de, 127 n. 87
Baker, Keith Michael, 4 n. 10, 98, 106, 158, 159, 185, 188
Berlanstein, Lenard, 5, 7, 9, 15-16
Billaud-Varenne, Jean Nicolas, 109
Bonafon, Marie-Magdeleine, 92-93
Bonaparte, Napoleon, 17
book ownership. See literacy
Bouches-du-Rhone, 35
bourgeoisie, 6, 161. See also Lamothe family
Bourgeon, Jean-Louis, 40 n. 24
Brinton, Crane, 125, 125 n. 81
brokers, 24
Cahiers du Quatrième Ordre (Dufourny), 119
Calvinism, 40
Cambon, 109
Campbell, Colin, 32, 32 n. 3
Cap Français, 144
capitalism, influence of Christianity on, 31-57
careers, 65, 66-67
Carlyle, Thomas, 132
Catholicism. See church, Catholic;
Counter-Reformation; Jansenists;
Jesuits
celibacy, 13, 60, 67, 76 n. 78
Censer, Jack R., 3 n. 5, 7, 10, 16
censorship, 88, 90, 95-103
census, 138 n. 2, 138-39
Charles IX affair, 185
Chartier, Roger, 2 n. 3, 3, 5, 11-12, 106, 133
Châteauroux, Mme de, 92
Chatellier, Louis, 49
Chauvin (avocat), 24
Chenier, Marie-Joseph, 185
Chisick, Harvey, 5, 7, 10-11, 14
chivalric nobility, 23-24. See also aristocracy; elites
Choiseul, duc de, 141
church, Catholic, 13, 26, 51, 161, 168, 179, 183
citizenship, 26, 151, 186
Clairon (actress), 166, 168
Cobb, Richard, 79, 81
Code Noir, 139
Comédie-Française, 5, 9, 155-90, 186. See also actors; actresses; theater
committees in, 173, 173 n. 49
members of, 164
rights of players in, 168
and voting rights, 15-16, 164-65, 165 n. 31, 168
Comité de l'Evêché, 111
Commission des Arts, 114
Commission des Monuments, 113
Commission pour la Conservation des Monuments, des arts, et des sciences, 113
Commission provisoire des arts, 113
Committee of General Security, 109, 112, 124

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