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Pariser Lehrjahre 2

Author : France Nerlich
ISBN : 3110314770
Genre : Art
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In the 19th century, hundreds of art students made a pilgrimage from German-speaking countries to study in Paris. Crammed with previously unknown facts, the second volume of the Encyclopedia of Paris Apprenticeships (1843 1870), which covers the time after Delaroche s atelier closed in 1843, substantially enhances our understanding of the phenomenon of transnational artist training in an era heavily defined by nationalism."
Category: Art

German Ideology

Author : Louis Dumont
ISBN : 0226169529
Genre : History
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In this comparative anthropological analysis, Louis Dumont illuminates German and French ideology, European culture, and cultural interaction. His analysis of texts by Troeltsch, Thomas Mann, Goethe, and others, against the background of previously gathered evidence and of French common notions, specify the differences—otherwise frequently but vaguely alluded to—between French and German cultures. Anyone interested in the fate of national ideology and the concept of the individual will benefit from this radical reinterpretation of modern values and the place of modernity in history. "What François Furet did for French history, Dumont did for anthropology, turning it away from engaged politics and towards the sober study of the modern age." —Mark Lilla, London Review of Books "There are many fine things in Dumont's study. Beyond any doubt, his cultural anthropology of the modern spirit highlights some of the key energies of the of the last two centuries. . . . [An] impressive . . . detailed analysis." —Martin Swales, Times Higher Education Supplement "[An] unsettling, rich, demanding, profound study." —Publishers Weekly
Category: History

Fleeting Cities

Author : A. Geppert
ISBN : 9780230281837
Genre : History
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Imperial expositions held in fin-de-siècle London, Paris and Berlin were knots in a world wide web. Conceptualizing expositions as meta-media, Fleeting Cities constitutes a transnational and transdisciplinary investigation into how modernity was created and displayed, consumed and disputed in the European metropolis around 1900.
Category: History


Author : Bernard Quaritch (Firm)
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Author : Bernard Quaritch (Firm)
ISBN : SRLF:A0005512975
Genre : Antiquarian booksellers
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Author : Jeanine Parisier Plottel
ISBN : UOM:39015020676923
Genre : Intertextuality.
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ISBN : CORNELL:31924062372432
Genre : Languages, Modern
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MLN pioneered the introduction of contemporary continental criticism into American scholarship. Critical studies in the modern languages--Italian, Hispanic, German, French--and recent work in comparative literature are the basis for articles and notes in MLN. Four single-language issues and one comparative literature issue are published each year.
Category: Languages, Modern