Printed Poison, Pamphlet Propoganda, Faction Politics, and the Public Sphere in Early Seventeenth-Century France
by Sawyer, Jeffrey K.
Berkeley, CA: Univeristy of California Press, 1990. First Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/Fine. xx, 178 pp, with illustrations, bibliography, index. Name written on front pastedown; else fine, in fine dust jacket. From the dust jacket: "Combining a broad analysis of political culture with a particular focus on rhetoric and strategy, Jeffrey Sawyer analyzes the role of pamphlets in the political arena in seventeeth-century France. (Inventory #: 1814)
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