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The Cambridge Companion to Modern German Culture (Series: Cambridge Companions to Culture) - Eva Kolinsky & Wilfried van der Will (Eds)
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The Cambridge Companion to Modern German Culture (Series: Cambridge Companions to Culture) - Paperback

1999, ISBN: 9780521568708

ID: 152086842

Cambridge University Press, 1998. 1st. Paperback. Like New/Like New., Cambridge University Press, 1998, London: Cassell & Company, 1891. xv. pages 405-838, + ads, b/w illustrations, all edges gilt. Includes Warwick, Christchurch, Romsey, Leicester, Canterbury, Verulam, Dover, Grasmere, Crosthwaite, Brecon, Cambridge, Northampton, Little Maplestead, Beaconsfield, Hughenden, Elstow, Yarmouth, Hull, Kilpeck, Heysham, Holborn, Waltham Abbey, Battle, Eyam, Shrewsbury, Great Hampden, Harrow, Newstead, Stamford, Hatfield, Great Malvern, Tewkesbury, Dunster, Arundel, Chiswick, Kew, Windsor, Deepdale, Beverley Minster, Hadleigh, Cirencester, Olney, Scarborough, Filey, Great Brington, Abingdon, Wrexham, Gresford, Bonchurch, Perivale, Bemerton, Fairford, Oxford, Swaffham, The Trimleys, Boston, Ottery St Mary, Leeds, Doncaster, Amesbury, Norwich, Ashford, Chenies, Louth, Cobham, Selby, Brixworth, Bradford-on-Avon, Wimborne, Halifax, Bradford, Derby, Berwick-on-Tweed, Evesham, Higham Ferrers, Cartmel, Ludlow, East Dereham, Berkeley, Pershore, Howden, Wolverhampton, Bishopsbourne, etc.. Some bumping, wear to covers, spine, front hinge splitting, previous owner's stamp to prelims., ticks to contents page, otherwise unmarked. An attractive copy. [538]. Green Cloth, Gilt. Very Good. 290mm. x 235mm.. Book., Cassell & Company, 1891, Cambridge University Press, 1999. First edition. Softcover. New. A definitive guide to German culture from its emergence as a nation state in 1871 to the present day. Fundamental yet complex questions such as where/what is Germany and who were/are Germans are addressed in a sensitive fashion. Historical, political, legal and social institutions are explained, as are sexual, racial and class structures and divisions. Art, architecture, film, dance, music, mass media and literature are all explored. Key concepts and definitions are explained and all quotes are translated. Contents Chronology Maps Introduction: In search of German culture Eva Kolinsky and Wilfried van der Will 1. The citizen and the state in modern Germany Peter Pulzer 2. German national identity John Breuilly 3. Elites and class structure Hans-Georg Betz 4. Jews in German society Andrei S. Markovits, Beth Simone Noveck and Carolyn Höfig 5. Non-German minorities, women and the emergence of civil society Eva Kolinsky 6. Critiques of culture Andrew Bowie 7. The functions of ‘Volkskultur`, mass culture and alternative culture Wilfried van der Will 8. The development of German prose fiction Martin Swales 9. Modern German poetry Karen Leeder 10. German drama, theatre and dance Michael Patterson and Michael Huxley 11. Music in modern German culture Erik Levi 12. Modern German art Irit Rogoff 13. Modern German architecture Iain Boyd Whyte 14. German cinema Martin Brady and Helen Hughes 15. The media of mass communication: the press, radio and television Holger Briel Guides to further reading. Printed Pages: 192., Cambridge University Press, 1999

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The Cambridge Companion to Modern German Culture (Series: Cambridge Companions to Culture) - Eva Kolinsky & Wilfried van der Will (Eds)
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1999, ISBN: 9780521568708

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Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1988. HB, grey boards in pictorial DJ, 302pp, b/w & col illus. Unclipped DJ has minor rubbing to edges. Book has minoir rubbing to covers, indide has a very slight skew to spine, else clean, tight & unmarked.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good+/Very Good+. Illus. by By Photographs. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall., Cambridge University Press, 1988, Cambridge University Press, 1999. First edition. Softcover. New. A definitive guide to German culture from its emergence as a nation state in 1871 to the present day. Fundamental yet complex questions such as where/what is Germany and who were/are Germans are addressed in a sensitive fashion. Historical, political, legal and social institutions are explained, as are sexual, racial and class structures and divisions. Art, architecture, film, dance, music, mass media and literature are all explored. Key concepts and definitions are explained and all quotes are translated. Contents Chronology Maps Introduction: In search of German culture Eva Kolinsky and Wilfried van der Will 1. The citizen and the state in modern Germany Peter Pulzer 2. German national identity John Breuilly 3. Elites and class structure Hans-Georg Betz 4. Jews in German society Andrei S. Markovits, Beth Simone Noveck and Carolyn Höfig 5. Non-German minorities, women and the emergence of civil society Eva Kolinsky 6. Critiques of culture Andrew Bowie 7. The functions of ‘Volkskultur`, mass culture and alternative culture Wilfried van der Will 8. The development of German prose fiction Martin Swales 9. Modern German poetry Karen Leeder 10. German drama, theatre and dance Michael Patterson and Michael Huxley 11. Music in modern German culture Erik Levi 12. Modern German art Irit Rogoff 13. Modern German architecture Iain Boyd Whyte 14. German cinema Martin Brady and Helen Hughes 15. The media of mass communication: the press, radio and television Holger Briel Guides to further reading. Printed Pages: 192., Cambridge University Press, 1999

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1999, ISBN: 9780521568708

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Cambridge University Press, 1999. First edition. Softcover. New. A definitive guide to German culture from its emergence as a nation state in 1871 to the present day. Fundamental yet complex questions such as where/what is Germany and who were/are Germans are addressed in a sensitive fashion. Historical, political, legal and social institutions are explained, as are sexual, racial and class structures and divisions. Art, architecture, film, dance, music, mass media and literature are all explored. Key concepts and definitions are explained and all quotes are translated. Contents Chronology Maps Introduction: In search of German culture Eva Kolinsky and Wilfried van der Will 1. The citizen and the state in modern Germany Peter Pulzer 2. German national identity John Breuilly 3. Elites and class structure Hans-Georg Betz 4. Jews in German society Andrei S. Markovits, Beth Simone Noveck and Carolyn Höfig 5. Non-German minorities, women and the emergence of civil society Eva Kolinsky 6. Critiques of culture Andrew Bowie 7. The functions of ‘Volkskultur`, mass culture and alternative culture Wilfried van der Will 8. The development of German prose fiction Martin Swales 9. Modern German poetry Karen Leeder 10. German drama, theatre and dance Michael Patterson and Michael Huxley 11. Music in modern German culture Erik Levi 12. Modern German art Irit Rogoff 13. Modern German architecture Iain Boyd Whyte 14. German cinema Martin Brady and Helen Hughes 15. The media of mass communication: the press, radio and television Holger Briel Guides to further reading. Printed Pages: 192., Cambridge University Press, 1999

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Cambridge University Press, 1999. First edition. Softcover. New. A definitive guide to German culture from its emergence as a nation state in 1871 to the present day. Fundamental yet complex questions such as where/what is Germany and who were/are Germans are addressed in a sensitive fashion. Historical, political, legal and social institutions are explained, as are sexual, racial and class structures and divisions. Art, architecture, film, dance, music, mass media and literature are all explored. Key concepts and definitions are explained and all quotes are translated. Contents Chronology Maps Introduction: In search of German culture Eva Kolinsky and Wilfried van der Will 1. The citizen and the state in modern Germany Peter Pulzer 2. German national identity John Breuilly 3. Elites and class structure Hans-Georg Betz 4. Jews in German society Andrei S. Markovits, Beth Simone Noveck and Carolyn Höfig 5. Non-German minorities, women and the emergence of civil society Eva Kolinsky 6. Critiques of culture Andrew Bowie 7. The functions of ‘Volkskultur`, mass culture and alternative culture Wilfried van der Will 8. The development of German prose fiction Martin Swales 9. Modern German poetry Karen Leeder 10. German drama, theatre and dance Michael Patterson and Michael Huxley 11. Music in modern German culture Erik Levi 12. Modern German art Irit Rogoff 13. Modern German architecture Iain Boyd Whyte 14. German cinema Martin Brady and Helen Hughes 15. The media of mass communication: the press, radio and television Holger Briel Guides to further reading. Printed Pages: 192., Cambridge University Press, 1999

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The Cambridge Companion to Modern German Culture (Series: Cambridge Companions to Culture) - Eva Kolinsky & Wilfried van der Will (Eds)
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1999, ISBN: 9780521568708

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Cambridge University Press, 1999. First edition. Softcover. New. A definitive guide to German culture from its emergence as a nation state in 1871 to the present day. Fundamental yet complex questions such as where/what is Germany and who were/are Germans are addressed in a sensitive fashion. Historical, political, legal and social institutions are explained, as are sexual, racial and class structures and divisions. Art, architecture, film, dance, music, mass media and literature are all explored. Key concepts and definitions are explained and all quotes are translated. Contents Chronology Maps Introduction: In search of German culture Eva Kolinsky and Wilfried van der Will 1. The citizen and the state in modern Germany Peter Pulzer 2. German national identity John Breuilly 3. Elites and class structure Hans-Georg Betz 4. Jews in German society Andrei S. Markovits, Beth Simone Noveck and Carolyn Höfig 5. Non-German minorities, women and the emergence of civil society Eva Kolinsky 6. Critiques of culture Andrew Bowie 7. The functions of ‘Volkskultur`, mass culture and alternative culture Wilfried van der Will 8. The development of German prose fiction Martin Swales 9. Modern German poetry Karen Leeder 10. German drama, theatre and dance Michael Patterson and Michael Huxley 11. Music in modern German culture Erik Levi 12. Modern German art Irit Rogoff 13. Modern German architecture Iain Boyd Whyte 14. German cinema Martin Brady and Helen Hughes 15. The media of mass communication: the press, radio and television Holger Briel Guides to further reading. Printed Pages: 192., Cambridge University Press, 1999

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The Cambridge Companion to Modern German Culture

An invaluable guide to developments in German culture from 1871 to the present.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780521568708
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0521568706
Hardcover
Paperback
Publishing year: 1999
Publisher: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR
392 Pages
Weight: 0,640 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 0521568706

ISBN - alternate spelling:
0-521-56870-6, 978-0-521-56870-8


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