During the 19th century the traditional economy of the times, based on agriculture, underwent a transition which developed it towards a new economy dominated by industry.This is the revolutionary century which transformed Paris into a modern city. These changes are reflected both in publications on the whole and in literature, and in particular in the realist novels (Zola and Balzac). Society itself was transformed from an economic point of view; trade developed and new cultural needs became clear. The two great dictionaries, Littré and Larousse came to being in this context. Our analysis focuses on the term “trade”, in the very way they are presented in these two dictionaries and as the key “words” behind the transformation of the era in question.
|Titolo:||Du commerce et de la littérature dans les dictionnaires au XIXe siècle : Littré et Larousse.|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2017|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|