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Alcohol in the British Isles from Roman Times to 1996: An Annotated Bibliography (Bibliographies and Indexes in World History) annotated edition Edition

ISBN-13: 978-0313294204
ISBN-10: 0313294208
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"This is a first-rate bibliographical guide to the drink industries of the British Isles. With over 2,000 entries it is wide-ranging and well-organized, and in his comments on each item Professor Gutzke is both informative and judicious. It is difficult to envisage a better starting point for all those interested in any aspect of the important business of the production and consumption of alcoholic beverages from the remote past to present times."-Dr. R. G. Wilson Director, Centre of East Anglican Studies University of East Anglia

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Gutzke's comprehensive guide contains 2,200 references covering literature from the Roman occupation to the present, with emphasis on the Edwardian and Victorian eras.... The book's interdisciplinary approach will interest sociologists, anthropologists, architects, economists, and geographers. Recommended for specialized research and graduate studies.

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