Why the cat massacre of the rue Saint-Séverin was so funny?

PCV.— In the first post of this series about The Great Cat Massacre, we emphasized the attempt of the author: the american historian Robert Darnton begins a journey through the ways of thinking in eighteenth century France. The second chapter of his book is about a workers revolt at a small printing shop located inSigue leyendo «Why the cat massacre of the rue Saint-Séverin was so funny?»