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Reflections on the impact of the French revolution : 1789, de Tocqueville, and Romanian culture /
Alexandru Zub.
Iasi ; Portland : Center for Romanian Studies, 2000
200 p. ; 23 cm.
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Iasi ; Portland : Center for Romanian Studies, 2000
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Table of Contents
Introduction: The Triumph of the Ideap. 7
The French Revolution: A Bicentennial Survey
Reconsiderations and Controversiesp. 19
A Bicentennial Perspectivep. 19
The Great Revolution: A New Synthesisp. 26
Imagery and Fragmentsp. 29
The Revolution and Studies of Its Impactp. 36
"From the French to the Russian?"p. 40
Images, Diffusions, Adaptationsp. 45
"The Great 1789" in Romaniap. 45
Revolutionary Ideology and Historical Discourse in the Age of Romanian National Rebirthp. 51
The French Revolution in the Romanian Lands: Historiographical Reflexesp. 61
Severe Criticism: Nicolae Iorgap. 83
The Legacy of the Revolution in De Tocqueville's Work
"To Learn Democracy"p. 121
On the Traces of de Tocqueville in Romanian Culturep. 133
The Melancholy of Changep. 153
An Evolutionary Reading of Historyp. 161
Variations on the Same Themep. 169
Instead of a Conclusion: The End of a Cycle?p. 191
Indexp. 196
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