Singing in the streets of Paris: an eighteenth century way to undermine censorship

PCV.— In the following interview, the historian Robert Darnton talks about what he knows better: books and communication in the century of Enlightenment. Based, as usual, in the French experience, the author traces a path through the mechanisms of the book trade, the contribution of pirates and, finally, gives a suggestive idea about the way thatSigue leyendo «Singing in the streets of Paris: an eighteenth century way to undermine censorship»