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Anglo French Relations In The Twentieth Century

Author : Alan Sharp
ISBN : 9781134690732
Genre : History
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Anglo-French Relations in the Twentieth Century is a collection of studies on the key episodes of the difficult and often discordant Anglo-French exchange over the past century. The authors critically re-evaluate: * the role of Spain in Anglo-French relations up to 1918 * the missed opportunity of the 1920s with the failure of France and Britain to find sufficient common ground and co-operation * the short-lived Anglo-French alliance and the Second World War * the degree of Anglo-French Imperial co-operation * the Suez Crisis * British and French policies on European Integration.

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ISBN : MINN:31951D01723344B
Genre : Periodicals
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A union list of serials commencing publication after Dec. 31, 1949.

French Twentieth Bibliography

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This series of bibliographical references is one of the most important tools for research in modern and contemporary French literature. No other bibliography represents the scholarly activities and publications of these fields as completely.

French Cultural Studies For The Twenty First Century

Author : Masha Belenky
ISBN : 9781611496383
Genre : Literary Criticism
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French Cultural Studies for the Twenty-First Century brings together current scholarship on a diverse range of topics—from French postcards and Third Republic menus to Haitian literary magazines and representation of race in vaudeville theater—in order to provide methodological insight into the current practice of French cultural studies. The essays in the volume show how scholars of French studies can effectively analyze what we term “non-traditional sources” in their historical and geographical contexts. In doing so, the volume offers a compelling vision of the field today and maps out potential paradigms for future research. This book builds upon previous scholarship that defined the stakes of using an interdisciplinary approach to analyze cultural objects from France and Francophone regions and aims to evaluate the current state of this complex and constantly evolving field and its current methodological practices.

Music Criticism In Nineteenth Century France

Author : Katharine Ellis
ISBN : 0521035899
Genre : Music
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This book focuses on the musical writings in the daily and periodical press in France during the nineteenth century. It covers the criticism of a wide range of Western music, explaining how composers such as Bach and Beethoven secured a permanent place in the repertory. Dr. Ellis analyzes the process of canon formation, the development of French musicology and the increasing sensitivity of critics to questions of performance practice. She also examines the inevitable conflict between commercial interest and aesthetic integrity.

Imagining Frontiers Contesting Identities

Author : Steven G. Ellis
ISBN : 9788884924667
Genre : History
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The Politics Of Transport In Twentieth Century France

Author : Joseph Jones
ISBN : 0773504281
Genre : Business & Economics
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Few aspects of economic development have had such a widespread or profound impact on the reshaping of contemporary France as transportation. As a result, transport policy has brought many of the major social forces into conflict. Monopolistic railway companies, closely aligned with the banks, combated the defenders of the regions and small towns. The fiercely independent truckers and barge-haulers, proponents of the small family firm, collided with the forces of the state. Apostles of the transatlantic gospel of free enterprise and technical progress clashed with supporters of a planned, socialist society.

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