Montmartre

Montmartre The amazingly witty historian Philippe Jullian takes the reader into the lavish and lustful cafes music halls and studios that made the area famous at the turn of the th century

  • Title: Montmartre
  • Author: Philippe Jullian
  • ISBN: 9780714817125
  • Page: 135
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The amazingly witty historian, Philippe Jullian, takes the reader into the lavish and lustful cafes, music halls and studios that made the area famous at the turn of the 20th century.

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    1. This book provides a good overview of the heyday of Montmartre from 1860s till 1914. The effects of the commune on the fabric of Montmartre and the 1920s only briefly covered though. Despite this the book is still a worthwhile read if you are wanting to learn more about this area of the city and why it became so famous in the 19th century.


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