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The Politics of Appearances: Representations of Dress in Revolutionary France By Richard Wrigley,

  • Title: The Politics of Appearances: Representations of Dress in Revolutionary France
  • Author: Richard Wrigley
  • ISBN: 9781859735046
  • Page: 165
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In the turbulent political and social landscape of Revolutionary France, dress played a major role in defining and displaying new identities What people wore was, in fact, a vital symbol of their allegiances and beliefs Drawing on a wide range of documentary and visual sources, this book offers a vivid picture of the highly charged politics of Revolutionary appearances.In the turbulent political and social landscape of Revolutionary France, dress played a major role in defining and displaying new identities What people wore was, in fact, a vital symbol of their allegiances and beliefs Drawing on a wide range of documentary and visual sources, this book offers a vivid picture of the highly charged politics of Revolutionary appearances The author explores the dynamic complexity of the new socio political world, where the identification of who stood for what was such an urgent, if vexed, issue where identical items of dress could stand for opposing political ideologies, where a variety of institutions from local societies to the national assembly tried to define the meanings associated with clothing, and where the clothes a person wore could seal their fate Tracing the stories surrounding the liberty cap, the different manifestations of official dress, the tricolore cockade and the sans culotte provides a new and exciting insight into the complexities and uncertainties that made up life in Revolutionary France and the political culture that it created.
    The Politics of Appearances Representations of Dress in Revolutionary France In the turbulent political and social landscape of Revolutionary France dress played a major role in defining and displaying new identities What people wore was in fact a vital symbol of their alle

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