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National Romanticism : Formation of National Movements

Author: Balázs Trencsényi; Michal Kopeček
Publisher: Budapest ; New York : Central European University Press, 2007.
Series: Discourses of collective identity in Central and Southeast Europe (1770-1945), 2.
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This is the second in a series of four volumes, presenting the most important texts that triggered and shaped the processes of nation-building in Central and Southeast Europe. The series aims to integrate the history of these cultures with that of general European civilization. Thus it counteracts the habit whereby European intellectual phenomena and historical movements are generally analyzed where they originated  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Balázs Trencsényi; Michal Kopeček
ISBN: 9786155211249 6155211248 0415083788 9780415083782
Language Note: Translated from more than one language.
OCLC Number: 182529949
Description: 1 online resource (ix, 498 pages).
Series Title: Discourses of collective identity in Central and Southeast Europe (1770-1945), 2.
Responsibility: edited by Balázs Trencsényi and Michal Kopeček.

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This is the second in a series of four volumes, presenting the most important texts that triggered and shaped the processes of nation-building in Central and Southeast Europe. The series aims to integrate the history of these cultures with that of general European civilization. Thus it counteracts the habit whereby European intellectual phenomena and historical movements are generally analyzed where they originated and experienced their earliest and most intensive development, while the peculiar manifestations of these currents in the 'Other Europe' are neglected.
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