According to the renowned social critic and historian Paul Fussell, we are what we wear, and it doesnt look good. Uniforms parses the hidden meanings of our apparel -- from brass buttons to blue jeans, badges to feather flourishes -- revealing what our clothing says about class, sex, and our desire to belong. With keen insight and considerable curmudgeonly flair, Fussell
This site is safe
You are at a security, SSL-enabled, site. All our eBooks sources are constantly verified.