From Enlightenment to Romanticism: Anthology, Part 1
Ian L. Donnachie, Carmen Lavin
Manchester University Press, 2003 - History - 307 pages
This is the first of two anthologies designed to accompany the Open University course From Enlightenment to Romanticism, an interdisciplinary exploration of the changes and transitions in European culture between 1780 and 1830. sources on the death of the Old Regime, the Napoleonic phenomenon, slavery, religion and reform. Each selection is accompanied by a detailed introduction explaining the context and siginficance of the sources.Extracts in the anthology stimulate questions rather than provide reassuring answers and offer insights into the major events, movements and personaities of the time.
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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Don Giovanni
Faith and death in the late Enlightenment
David Hume Of Suicide
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