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  • Yale University Press Search Results Listing
    Sort results by Please select Relevance Date published Date all books Title A Z Title Z A Grounds for Dreaming Mexican Americans Mexican Immigrants and the California Farmworker Movement Lori A Flores The Lamar Series in Western History Format Hardback 304 pages ISBN 9780300196962 Published 02 Feb 2016 Price 30 00 Add to Basket book Available Buy this e Book Yale eBooks are available in a variety of formats including

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  • Nietzsche's Orphans by Rebecca Mitchell - Yale University Press
    Vermont Putting music at the center where it belongs Rebecca Mitchell has cast the widest net yet in pursuit of the volatile culture of late imperial Russia Like a Scriabin finale her book roars and soars prestissimo volando Richard Taruskin author of the Oxford History of Western Music Modernity fragments but music unites such is the thesis of this haunting provocative book Highlighting Scriabin Rachmaninoff and the Medtner brothers Mitchell examines those intense pre Bolshevik decades when Russian musicians and music lovers drew on Schopenhauer Soloviev and the youthful Nietzsche to elevate and harmonize their homeland Their musical metaphysics promised apocalyptic synthesis Like Orpheus all was soon dismembered Caryl Emerson Princeton University In this fascinating and poignant analysis of a nation s search for its musical and cultural destiny Rebecca Mitchell is a shrewd but sympathetic guide through the dizzying optimism haunting self doubt and finally the despair of Russia s cultured elite as the spectre of revolution first stalked then overwhelmed their country Pauline Fairclough University of Bristol A fascinating and deeply informed study of how cultural elites in late imperial Russia invested music with salvific power of how musical metaphysics formed their worldview and shaped their search for meaning in the midst of crisis war and revolution Randall A Poole The College of St Scholastica More like this In this series Recently viewed titles prev next Hitler s Compromises Nathan Stoltzfus 25 00 Russia s Path Toward Enlightenment Gary M Hamburg 75 00 Scorched Earth Jorg Baberowski 25 00 The First Circumnavigators Harry Kelsey 25 00 Orthokosta Thanassis Valtinos 16 99 Reformations Carlos M N Eire 25 00 The Less You Know the Better You Sleep David Satter 20 00 Frederick Barbarossa John B Freed 30 00 Baroque Naples and the Industry of Painting Dr Christopher R Marshall

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  • Yale University Press Search Results Listing
    to 50 1 Over 50 1 Search Results Summary Matching titles 1 to 3 of 3 Sort Results Filter Sort results by Please select Relevance Date published Date all books Title A Z Title Z A Nietzsche s Orphans Music Metaphysics and the Twilight of the Russian Empire Rebecca Mitchell Eurasia Past and Present Format Hardback 336 pages ISBN 9780300208894 Published 02 Feb 2016 Price 65 00 Add to Basket book Available Buy this e Book Yale eBooks are available in a variety of formats including Kindle ePub and ePDF You can purchase this title from a number of online retailers see below Amazon co uk Blackwell s Foyles Google eBooks Hive co uk iTunes Kobo Tesco eBooks WH Smith Visit our eBooks page for more details Modern Love and the Poems of the English Roadside with Poems and Ballads George Meredith Criscillia Benford Rebecca Mitchell Format Hardback 288 pages ISBN 9780300173178 Published 08 Jan 2013 Price 40 00 Add to Basket Oscar Wilde s Chatterton Literary History Romanticism and the Art of Forgery Joseph Bristow Rebecca Mitchell Format Hardback 488 pages ISBN 9780300208306 Published 19 May 2015 Price 25 00 Add to Basket book Available Buy this e Book

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  • The Romans and Their World by Brian Campbell - Yale University Press
    below Amazon co uk Blackwell s Foyles Google eBooks Hive co uk iTunes Kobo Tesco eBooks WH Smith Visit our eBooks page for more details About this book About the author Drawing on an array of ancient sources and covering topics of interest to readers with little prior background in Roman history as well as those already familiar with the great civilization Brian Campbell provides a fascinating and wide ranging introduction to the world of ancient Rome A lucid survey of Roman history Adam Kirsch New Yorker One of the great joys of Campbell s unfailingly readable account is the readiness with which it returns to the Roman record drawing on ancient sources to give a lively and immediate feel for Roman life and culture Michael Kerrigan Scotsman Brian Campbell is professor of Roman history Queen s University Belfast More like this Recently viewed titles prev next Cultural Memories in the Roman Empire Karl Galinsky 55 00 Democracy s Beginning Thomas N Mitchell 25 00 Hannibal Eve MacDonald 25 00 When You Were Gentiles Cavan W Concannon 40 00 The Origins of Classical Architecture Mark Wilson Jones 40 00 Ancient Rome Thomas R Martin 10 99 The Mysteries of Artemis of Ephesos Guy Maclean Rogers 29 95 Cuneiform Documents from Hellenistic Uruk L Timothy Doty 95 00 The Battle of Marathon Peter Krentz 12 00 The Ancient Oracles Richard Stoneman 25 00 Caesar s Druids Miranda Aldhouse Green 28 00 Philip II of Macedonia Ian Worthington 14 99 Secrets of Pompeii Emidio de Albentiis 31 95 Death in Ancient Rome Catharine Edwards 24 00 prev next Nietzsche s Orphans Rebecca Mitchell 65 00 Grounds for Dreaming Lori A Flores 30 00 A History of Modern South Asia Ian Talbot 19 99 Tales from the Long Twelfth Century Richard Huscroft 20

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  • Yale University Press Search Results Listing
    Religion Beliefs Society Social Sciences Technology Works in Translation Format Paperback 1 Hardback 1 Price 5 to 10 1 15 to 20 1 Search Results Summary Matching titles 1 to 2 of 2 Sort Results Filter Sort results by Please select Relevance Date published Date all books Title A Z Title Z A The Romans and Their World A Short Introduction Brian Campbell Format Paperback 304 pages ISBN 9780300220261 Published 05 Jan 2016 Price 9 99 Add to Basket book Available Buy this e Book Yale eBooks are available in a variety of formats including Kindle ePub and ePDF You can purchase this title from a number of online retailers see below Amazon co uk Blackwell s Foyles Google eBooks Hive co uk iTunes Kobo Tesco eBooks WH Smith Visit our eBooks page for more details The Romans and Their World A Short Introduction Brian Campbell Format Hardback 288 pages ISBN 9780300117950 Published 07 Oct 2011 Price 20 00 Add to Basket book Available Buy this e Book Yale eBooks are available in a variety of formats including Kindle ePub and ePDF You can purchase this title from a number of online retailers see below Amazon co uk Blackwell s

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  • In Those Nightmarish Days by Peretz Opoczynski - Yale University Press
    to Auschwitz in 1944 when he perished Peretz Opoczynski 1892 1943 a journalist by profession found work as a mailman in the Warsaw ghetto after the war started and wrote many pieces for the secret archive until he was most likely rounded up in January 1943 Josef Zelkowicz 1897 1944 an ethnographer and professional journalist writing in Yiddish before the war was deported in 1944 to Auschwitz where he perished Samuel D Kassow is Charles H Northam Professor of History at Trinity College David Suchoff is professor of English at Colby College In Those Nightmarish Days is a masterpiece of Holocaust literature The writings of Opoczynski and Zelkowicz prove that even in the face of extermination great literature can provide a trustworthy historical record an imaginative counterforce and a lasting witness Eric Sundquist Johns Hopkins University The vivid writing and able translations of the wartime essays make this book a powerful read Kassow s introduction deeply informed by scholarship is eloquent and provides the contexts that bring the essays to life Sara R Horowitz York University More like this In this series Recently viewed titles prev next Here in Our Auschwitz and Other Stories Tadeusz Borowski 16 99 Salvaged Pages Ms Alexandra Zapruder 15 99 A World Without Jews Alon Confino 10 99 The Liberation of the Camps Dan Stone 20 00 Memory Unearthed Maia Mari Sutnik 25 00 Auschwitz and After Charlotte Delbo 15 99 We Wept Without Tears Gideon Greif 24 00 A World without Jews Alon Confino 20 00 Exit Berlin Charlotte R Bonelli 20 00 GIS and Germans Petra Goedde 19 99 Belonging and Genocide Thomas Kuhne 20 00 The Stolen Legacy of Anne Frank Ralph Melnick 21 00 The Death of the Shtetl Yehuda Bauer 16 99 The Death of the Shtetl Yehuda Bauer 28

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  • Yale University Press Search Results Listing
    Politics Current Affairs Reference Religion Beliefs Society Social Sciences Technology Works in Translation Search Results Summary Matching titles 1 to 1 of 1 Sort Results Filter Sort results by Please select Relevance Date published Date all books Title A Z Title Z A In Those Nightmarish Days The Ghetto Reportage of Peretz Opoczynski and Josef Zelkowicz Peretz Opoczynski Josef Zelkowicz David Suchoff Samuel D Kassow New Yiddish Library Series Format

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  • The Grand Strategy of Classical Sparta by Paul Anthony Rahe - Yale University Press
    great empire driven by religious fervor that held sway over two fifths of the human race Paul A Rahe is the Charles O Lee and Louise K Lee Chair in Western Heritage and professor of history at Hillsdale College His previous books include the seminal three volume work Republics Ancient and Modern Rahe lives in Hillsdale MI The degree of originality in this book is remarkable Its careful detailed description and analysis of the Spartan constitution is full of keen understandings that help explain Spartan policy diplomacy and strategy Donald Kagan author of The Peloponnesian War Polymath Paul Rahe classicist historian scholar of the European Enlightenment in this brilliant revisionist study reminds us how Sparta not just Athens saved Western freedom from the Persian aggression and did so because of its innate courage political stability and underappreciated genius Victor Davis Hanson author of The Other Greeks and A War Like No Other Western civilization owes much to Athens but also Paul Rahe argues to Sparta He shows how Sparta s militaristic culture enabled it to defeat the massive Persian invasion of 480 BC and make the flowering of ancient Greece possible Michael Barone Resident Fellow American Enterprise Institute The level of learning demonstrated here is high and the mastery of the source material and scholarship impressive Thomas Figueira Rutgers University Rahe s book the first in a projected trilogy charting the life of classical Sparta is intensely well researched and well balanced The Grand Strategy of Classical Sparta tells the old stories in a new light from the Spartan point of view Steve Donoghue The National Masterful Joseph Bottum Books and Culture Rahe sets the story in a complicated geopolitical context with a large cast of characters connected through a series of shifting alliances But his relaxed even jaunty style and his thorough analysis sustain the narrative and hold the reader s attention And his appreciation of the practicalities of ancient warfare from the challenge of managing large numbers of horses to the difficulty of maneuvering triremes the chief naval vessels of the era adds credibility to his accounts of the key battles Lawrence D Freedman Foreign Affairs A straightforward narrative history of the Persian Wars Rahe has an excellent eye for military logistics His account of the practicalities of Xerxes vast invasion of Greece what did those hundreds of thousands of men eat is crisp and persuasive Wall Street Journal More like this In this series Recently viewed titles prev next For God and Kaiser Richard Bassett 12 99 G I Messiahs Jonathan H Ebel 30 00 The Battle of Agincourt Prof Anne Curry 30 00 The Hundred Years War David Green 14 99 The Fatal Land Prof Matthew P Dziennik 40 00 For God and Kaiser Richard Bassett 25 00 Wellington s Wars Huw Davies 12 99 Spy Capitalism Jonathan E Lewis 21 00 Prisoners Lovers and Spies Kristie Macrakis 18 99 Zulu Warriors John Laband 12 99 Bannockburn David Cornell 14 99 A Deadly Art Dirk H

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