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"Eighteenth-Century Coffee-House Culture, vol 1 by Markman Ellis

By Markman Ellis

is helping students and scholars shape an figuring out of the contribution made by means of the coffee-house to British or even American historical past and tradition. This e-book makes an attempt to make an intervention in debates in regards to the nature of the general public sphere and the tradition of politeness. it's meant for historians and students of literature, technology, and medicine.

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