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This front matter section of the book titled Cultural history of early modern European streets contains the Table of Contents. The book deals with the early modern street-a public space that was never completely separate from other public spaces, or indeed from private spaces. The book examines the street and street culture in six widely separate European countries. Urban living is at the center of authors' discussion. The book discusses material towns and the people in them; the authors are interested not only in how people lived in their urban surroundings but also in how they imagined them. The authors examine early modern streets as lived and imagined in actions, practices, and discussions.

Keywords: cultural history; European streets; private spaces; public spaces; urban living



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