Reviews of books Napoleonic or later. A note on the use of ratebooks in association with census enu- merators’ books (Southsea, Hampshire – in search of. Ulf Hannerz, Exploring the City. Inquiries toward an Urban Anthropology. New York and Guildford, Surrey: Columbia University Press, x + pp. Exploring the City: Inquiries Toward an Urban Anthropology. ULF HANNERZ. DEWIGHT R. MIDDLETON. State University of New York College, Oswego.
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