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134. 91. 1773. the articulation between kin and tribute 41 92. Taylor, Indentured to Liberty, pp. 172–76. 93. Michel Foucault, The History of Sexuality (New York, 1980), pp. 81–85. 94. T. Jackson Lears, ‘‘The Concept of Cultural Hegemony: Problems and Possibilities,’’ American Historical Review 90, no. 3 (June 1985): 590. 95. Fredric Jameson, The Political Unconscious: Narrative as a Socially Symbolic Act (Ithaca, 1981), pp. 286–91. References Primary Sources Grimm, Jakob and Wilhelm. Die Kinder und Hausmaerchen der Brüder Grimm.
2). 40 The elements of Hessian oral tradition spoke in complicated ways, but not always lucidly, of conditions in which peasants and soldiers found themselves. At times the lack of clarity went beyond the veiling of language that may have served to hide the discourse from authorities. 2. Household of Origin for Soldiers and Their Contemporaries in Parish Oberweimar Group Poor Middling Wealthy Very wealthy Land Held (ha) < – – > % Soldiers from (N= ) % Cohort Members from (N= ) . . . . 1 for an explanation of the data in this table.
Sabean, The Power in the Blood, pp. 31, 94–95. 25. Wolf, Europe, p. 289. 26. Hermann Rebel, ‘‘Why Not ‘Old Marie’ . . ’’ Social History 13, no. 1 (1988): 1–20. 27. Jakob and Wilhelm Grimm, Die Kinder und Hausmaerchen der Brüder Grimm (Berlin, 1812, 1815), nos. 25, 9, and 119. Cited as khm. 28. Peter Taylor and Hermann Rebel, ‘‘Hessian Peasant Women, Their Families, and the Draft: A Social-Historical Interpretation of Four Tales from the Grimm Collection,’’ Journal of Family History 6, no. 4 (Winter 1981): 257–367.
Agrarian Studies: Synthetic Work at the Cutting Edge by James C. Scott