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Title:
The human tradition in modern Europe, 1750 to the present
Author:
Granata, Cora Ann.
Publication Information:
Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, [2008]

©2008
Physical Description:
xvi, 228 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Language:
English
Contents:
Defining the nation : the Abbé Grégoire and the problem of diversity in the French Revolution / Arnold Ruge : radicalism in a reactionary society / World of textile work : French industrial workers and the labor movement / Alison Cunningham : Victorian leisure travel, religious identity, and the grand tour journal of a domestic servant / Strategies of inclusion : Lajpat Rai and the critique of British Raj / Colette : the new woman takes the stage in Belle Époque France / "All quiet" on the don and the western front : Mikhail Sholokhov and Erich Maria Remarque respond to World War I / "Ask the doctor!" : Peasants and medical-sexual advice in Riazon province, 1925-1928 / In the name of an Italian widow : nationalism, patriotism, and gender in Mussolini's fascist Italy / Herbert Baum groups : networks of Jewish, leftist, and youth resistance in the Third Reich / Imperialists without an empire : Cercles Coloniaux and colonial culture in Belgium after 1960 / Adriano Olivetti : agent of the Italian-American exchange in the postwar years / Ab-normalization : the plastic people of the universe and the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia / Why not all Germans celebrated the fall of the Berlin Wall : East German Jews and the collapse of communism
Electronic Access:
Table of contents only
http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0720/2007025397.html
ISBN:
9780742554108

9780742554115
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