DOI:​10.1525/CALIFORNIA/9780520224124.001.0001
Corpus ID: 155204451
The colonial Bastille
P. Zinoman
Published 3 April 2001

Political Science, History
Acknowledgments List of Maps and Tables Abbreviations Introduction 1. The Origins of the Ill-Disciplined Prison 2. The System: Fragmented Order and Integrative Dynamics 3. The Regime: Surveillance… 
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