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In 1898 the city of paris contained 1432 streets classified as private roadways opened on private lands by one or more property owners these streets ranged from exclusive aristocratic enclaves such as the villa montmorency in the 16th arrondissement to putrid laneways less than a meter and a half wide in the poor working class districts of the city. The university of chicago press books division chicago distribution center. Selling paris hardcover property and commercial culture in the fin de sicle capital harvard historical studies 186 by alexia m yates harvard university press 9780674088214 368pp publication date october 6 2015. Alexia m yates selling paris property and commercial culture in the fin de sicle capital cambridge ma harvard university press 2015 xv 353 pp 50 hardcover isbn 978 0 674 08821 4 reviewed for ehnet by jean laurent rosenthal division of the humanities and social sciences california institute of technology selling paris . Get this from a library selling paris property and commercial culture in the fin de sicle capital alexia m yates besieged during the franco prussian war its buildings damaged its finances mired in debt paris was a city in crisis alexia yates chronicles the private actors and networks practices and