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Pages: 256

Language: English

Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (1 Jan. 2013)

By: An Vleugels(Author)

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Focusing on Belgium from the mid-nineteenth century until the First World War, Vleugels presents a study of the drunkard in society.

'Narratives of Drunkenness presents the most comprehensive portrait of drinking, its advocates and critics among all social classes and in the colonies, that has been written for any modern European nation. As such it represents a model that historians of Europe and the rest of the world will have to consult when they do similar national studies of the history of drink and its discontents.' W Scott Haine, University of Maryland University College


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