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Premières approches pour une histoire des publics du cirque en France (années 1770-années 1930)

Abstract : The history of the shows has generally abandoned that of the circus when it attracted a large and elegant public in the 19th century. The origins of the circus testify of themselves to the way in which the track arts have attracted both an aristocratic and a popular audience. Its evolution in the nineteenth century only confirms its success with elites fried of equestrian performances. His changes in the 20th century, focused on wildlife exhibitions, changed the composition of his audience.
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Natalie Petiteau. Premières approches pour une histoire des publics du cirque en France (années 1770-années 1930). Revue d'histoire culturelle. XVIIIe-XXIe siècles, Association pour le développement de l'histoire culturelle (France) ; Maison des Sciences de l'Homme Paris Nord, 2021. ⟨hal-03659751⟩

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