Los puestos de libros en las gradas de San Felipe el Real de Madrid en el siglo XVIII

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During the Eighteenth Century, the loggia or gradas of the Church of San Felipe el Real in Madrid combined its traditional character as a popular market-place for leaflets, broadsides and flyers with a new commercial space for a motley variety of works responding to the diverse changes in mentality parallel to the creation of a new, independent, public opinion. The study of the works sold in these very dynamic book stalls, a true commercial crossroads of the old and the new, could serve as a seismograph of the significant collision between ideas and ways of life that took place under the apparent stability of the last century of the ancien regime.
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)142-155
Number of pages14
Issue numbernull
Publication statusPublished - 2011

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