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Index Abad, Carmen, 233n63, 234n70 Achúcarro, Severino de, 167 Aguilera, Francisco de, 217 Aguirre y Labroche, Carlos, 88¡Al Bruch! 126 Alas, Leopoldo, 9; and the pseudonym Clarín, 9 Albó, Mariano de, 160, 161 Alcaide González, Rafael, 241n34 Aldama Zulueta, Domingo, 106 Alier, Roger, 245n31 Almacenes El Aguila (The Eagle Stores), 126–27 Almacenes El Siglo (The Century), 127–28 Almacenes El Siglo Valenciano, 239n105 Almagro San Martín, Melchor, 47 Almanaques de la casa, 64 Álvarez de Mirando, Pedro, 8 Alvárez Junco, José, 229n68 Alzola, Pablo de, 167 Amann, Elizabeth, 22 Amarita, Léon de, 109 Amorós, Francisco, 216 Andalusia, 250n190 Annales, 14 Aparici, José, 216–17 Archibald, Diana, 54 Arenal, Concepción, 49 Aresty, Esther B., 227n2 Ariza Muñoz, Carmen, 191, 246n70 Arnau Miramón, Joaquín María, 166 Arnús, Evaristo, 149, 193, 194, 241n41 art expositions, 198, 202–4; media campaigns for, 248n121 Arte de saber vivir (The art of knowing how to live) (Burgos), 46–47 athenaeums, 198, 200–202 Au Bon Marché, 129 Aza, Vital, 128 Azagra y Ros, Joaquin Pedro, 243n89 Azaña, Manuel, 201 Bahamonde Magro, Ángel, 13, 233n51, 241n20, 243n79, 244n13 Baker, Edward, 155, 242n57, 246n66 Balabuer, Victor, 147–48 ballroom dancing, 42–43 Bannet, Eve, on the “domestic revolution,” 54 Barbieri, Francisco Asenjo, 195–97 Barcelona, 68, 131, 134–50, 223–24; art nouveau identity of, 146; bourgeois identity of, 13, 134–35, 152; as a center of fashion culture, 118; fashion magazine publishing initiatives in, 238n71; and Ferran Street, 137; and the Jamancia uprising, 139–40; and the Liceu Filharmònic d’Isabel II, 180; as the main Spanish node of nineteenth-century bourgeois modernity, 222–23; the opening of the Ramblas, 136; organization of the 1888 World Fair, 149–59; and the Paulau de la Música Catalana, 184; and the Plaça Reial, 137, 138; and the Plaça Sant Jaume, 137; and the Porxos d’En Xifre, 138, 240–41n20; the remodeling plan of the district of Barceloneta, 136; role in the modernization of the Spanish city, 104; and the Teatro del Liceo, 179–82; theaters in, 176, 245n26. See also Barcelona, extension of Barcelona, extension of, 56, 82, 132, 139–49, 152; and the adoption of French town planning, 140; and “the battle of the extensions,” 141, 146, 241n26; the Cerdá plan, 143–47; as the expression of bourgeois Barcelona, 147; naming of the streets in, 147–48; and the Passeig de Gràcia, 140, 140–41, 148, 191; pleasure gardens in, 191–94 (see also specific pleasure gardens); as the premier 284 • Index space for real estate development, 148–49; and the program and interests of the dominant groups (societats de l’eixample), 140, 147; and the railroad, 144–45, 148; the Roca plan, 141; and the Teatro Lírico, 149, 241n41; the Trias plan, 141–42, 142 Barfoot, Terry, 245n31 Baroja, Pio, 197 Baumeister, Reinhard, 167 Becquer, Gustavo Adolfo, 195 Bell, John, 112 Bell’s Court and Fashionable Magazine, 112–13 Bermejo Berros, Jesús, 244n13 Bertran, Marc Jesús, 180–81 Bertrán de Lis, Fernando, 35, 36 Bilbao, extension of, 167 Blanco, Alda, 57 Blanco, Mercedes, 21 Blumin, Stuart M., 225n8 Bonet Correa, Antonio, 241n38 Book of the Courtier (Castiglione), 21 Boulton, William Biggs, 246n54 Bourdieu, Pierre, 14; on cultural capital, 16–17; on habitus, 16; on social fields, 16 bourgeois: the term in the English-speaking world, 11; the term in European languages, 11; the term in France, 8; the term in Marxism , 7; the term in revisionist scholarship, 7–8; the term in Spain, 6–7, 8–9, 10 bourgeois houses, downtown Madrid, 78–82; the Dutari house, 79–81; the Otondo house, 81–82, 88; types of bourgeois dwellings, 79; as viviendas galdosianas (Galsodian houses), 78 bourgeois houses, in the extensions: the Casa de Cisneros, 83–84, 85; the Ferrer y Cafranga house, 84; the hotel, 82–83; the hotelito, 83; the piso, 59, 82, 83, 84, 235n90 bourgeois revolution paradigm, 7–8 bourgeoisie: in the Diccionario de Autoridades, 8; the term in the English-speaking world, 11; the term in European languages, 11; the term in France, 8; the term in Marxism, 7; the term in realist novels, 9; the term in revisionist scholarship, 7–8; the term in Spain, 3, 6–7, 8–9, 10 bourgeois culture: adoption of aristocratic forms of social behavior, 221; emergence of in nineteenth-century Spain, 5–6, 221 Boyer, Marc, 205, 206 Bozal...

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9780807139202
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9780807139196
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769189812
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304
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2013-01-01
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English
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