- Title Pages
- List of illustrations
- Part I Finding one’s bearings in mid-nineteenth-century Paris
- 1 Regime change on the streets of Paris
- 2 British eyewitness accounts of regime change
- 3 Regime change as viewed from English shores
- 4 Topographical
- 5 Sensational Paris
- 6 Socializing in Paris
- 7 The <i>salons</i>
- Part II Anglophone journalism in Paris
- 8 Press conditions
- 9 Who were ‘the Paris correspondents’?
- 10 The working life of the Paris correspondent
- 11 Thackeray’s debt to the print world of Paris
- Part III The fictional formatting of Paris
- 12 The democratization of British fiction
- 13 Fictional subgenres
- 14 Stereotype and prejudice
- Works cited
- British Writers and Paris 1830–1875
- Oxford University Press
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