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3. Reigns of Peter II (1727-1730), Anna (1730-1740), Ivan VI (1740-1741), and Elizabeth (1741-1762)

Cross, Anthony (29 nov. 2016)

Fig. 34 Peter II (c. 1730), by Ioann Vedekind. Fig. 35 Anna Ivanovna (c. 1730). Unknown Artist. Moscow State Historical Museum. Fig. 36 Empress Elizabeth (n. d.), by Ivan Argunov. Tretiakov Gallery, Moscow. See also: B23, B24 C1) Manstein, Cristof Hermann, Memoirs, historical, political, and ...

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16. Some Individuals: Schoeps, Pevsner, Kantorowicz, Landmann

Gossman, Lionel (1 juin 2015)

Some individual cases reveal a similar pattern of acceptance, even sympathy, despite questions and misgivings. Rabbi Leo Baeck accompanied a protest against the boycott of Jewish stores with the assurance that German Jews longed to “take part in the renewal and resurgence of the German people.” ...

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15. ‘A Gaul who has chosen impeccable Russian as his medium’:1 Ivan Bunin and the British Myth of Russia in the Early 20th Century

Klimova, Svetlana (1 juin 2015)

When in 1915 Maurice Baring published his ‘talented and illuminating’ Outline of Russian Literature, the social and intellectual atmosphere in the country made him confident enough to state that ‘a new interest [...] with regard to Russian literature’ was now perceptible among ‘English ...

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4. Science and Literature

Speller, John R. W. (11 janv. 2013)

If Bourdieu came to the defence of writers and artists in his political interventions, and even claimed that the sociologist can be the greatest ally of those engaged in the creation and conservation of literary and artistic culture, his analyses have been more often criticised as reductive and ...

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19. Benjamin Britten’s Appropriation of James in Owen Wingrave

Teyssandier, Hubert (11 janv. 2013)

Henry James wrote Owen Wingrave in 1892, and published it the same year. He later revised it for the New York Edition, where it is included in volume XVII. Benjamin Britten appropriated, and transformed, Henry James’s tale in his fifteenth opera, Owen Wingrave, which was commissioned by the BBC, ...

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Contributors

Printz-Påhlson, Göran (11 janv. 2013)

Robert Archambeau is a poet and critic whose books include the study Laureates and Heretics: Six Careers in American Poetry (2010) and the poetry collection Home and Variations (2004). He has edited several books, including Word Play Place: Essays on the Poetry of John Matthias (1998) and The & Now ...

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2. Study sites and methods

Nettle, Daniel (29 nov. 2016)

I tried to get away, but I couldn’t get far,‘Cos a man with a tow-truck repossessed my car. This chapter describes the main study sites, discusses how the methods were chosen and developed, and provides an overview of the datasets that were generated in the course of the Tyneside Neighbourhoods ...

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Preface and Acknowledgments

Sandis, Constantine (29 nov. 2016)

This is neither a textbook nor a manifesto for any particular approach to heritage ethics. I invited the contributors to speak about issues they deeply care about, using the volume as a platform from which to argue for their own points of view. Their focus is sometimes general, and at other times ...

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16 Lord Byron Joins the Cause

St Clair, William (11 janv. 2013)

The first success of the London Greek Committee was to recruit Lord Byron to its membership. He is the most famous and the most interesting Philhellene by such a large margin that it is now difficult to appreciate how much his expedition to Greece was a result of accident. As usual Edward Blaquiere ...

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7. The Offside Goals Rule and Fraud on Creditors

MacLeod, John (29 nov. 2016)

I understand that, as a student, Professor Rennie was known to miss the occasional conveyancing class in order to play football. This siren call is not the only danger that the beautiful game has posed for Scots property law. It also gave us a name, and a dubious metaphor, for the so-called offside ...

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