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by Nicholas Hewitt

  • ISBN: 0333457943
  • Category: Fiction
  • Author: Nicholas Hewitt
  • Subcategory: History & Criticism
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan (April 1989)
  • Pages: 256 pages
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The Culture of Reconstruction, Nicholas Hewitt. Варианты приобретения. 1989 Серия: Warwick Studies in the European Humanities Язык: ENG Размер: 2. 9 x 1. 7 x . 7 cm Основная тема: History Подзаголовок: European Literature, Thought and Film, 1945–50 Рейтинг: Поставляется из: Германии. Автор: Galinsky, Karl Название: Augustan culture ISBN: 0691058903 ISBN-13(EAN): 9780691058900 Издательство: Wiley Рейтинг

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Here, 12 scholars explore aspects of French, German and Italian culture in the years 1945-50, analyze the positive elements of this renaissance, but discover an essential paradox - that the culture of the new, through both external and internal factors, was more conservative than is often apparent, and that reconstruction was more often the rebuilding of the old than an attempt at experimentation.

This book provides examples of the best modern scholarship on rhetoric in the renaissance. The Culture of Reconstruction. French Literature, Thought and Culture in the Nineteenth Century. Rigby, B. (Ed) (1993). This volume adopts a varied approach to the study of the 'material world' in the French literature, thought and visual arts of the 19th century. Fin de Sicle/Fin du Globe. Hewitt, . Wasserman, S. (1989).

It provides a forum for volumes exploring new dimensions of cultural history from the early modern period to the present, and for works that investigate aspects of contemporary cultural production within and across national boundaries.

2) Bullivant mentions two seminal studies that have argued in a similar vein: Widmer's, Urs1945 oder die Neue .

2) Bullivant mentions two seminal studies that have argued in a similar vein: Widmer's, Urs1945 oder die Neue Sprache (Düsseldorf, 1966) and Vormweg's, Heinrich Deutsche Literatur 1945–1960: Keine Stunde Null, originally published in 1971, reprinted in Durzak, . e. Deutsche (Stuttgart, 1981).

The period following World War II was one of intense cultural activity as writers, artists and film-makers attempted to respond to the drama of the war-experience itself and to the tasks of European reconstruction. Italian neorealist film-makers, the new generation of West German writers and the exponents of commitment in France seemed to be exploring new directions in cultural activity and laying the ground for a new European renaissance. Here, 12 scholars explore aspects of French, German and Italian culture in the years 1945-50, analyze the positive elements of this renaissance, but discover an essential paradox - that the culture of the new, through both external and internal factors, was more conservative than is often apparent, and that reconstruction was more often the rebuilding of the old than an attempt at experimentation and innovation.

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