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Voices of the Market Place: Hardback: Twayne Publishers Inc,U.S. : 9780805790658: 28 Nov 1994: In this comprehensive and insightful reinterpretation of antebellum culture, Anne C. Rose analyzes the major changes in intellectual life that occurred between 1830 and 1860 while exploring three sets of concepts that provided common languages: Christianity, democracy, and capitalism. Whereas many interpretations of American culture in this period have emphasized a single theme - such as reviv. In this comprehensive and insightful reinterpretation of antebellum culture, Anne C. Rose analyzes the major changes in intellectual life that occurred between 1830 and 1860 while exploring three sets of concepts that provided common languages: Christianity, democracy, and capitalism. Whereas many interpretations of American culture in this period have emphasized a single theme - such as revivalism, slavery, reform, Jacksonian democracy, or New England's transcendentalist authors - or have been preoccupied with the ensuing Civil War, Rose considers sharply divergent tendencies in religion and politics and a wide range of reformers, authors, and other public figures. She contends that although the key characteristic of the society in which antebellum Americans explored their ideas was openness, the freedom and creativity of antebellum thought depended on conditions of cultural security. In tracing the genesis of a "native culture," Rose surveys the art, literature, and scholarship of the American Renaissance, citing as particularly representative the genres of photography, the short story, history, and the essay. Rose examines Walden, Uncle Tom's Cabin, Moby-Dick, The Scarlet Letter, and other celebrated works associated with the American Renaissance, but she also discusses works by African Americans, Irish Americans, Native Americans, and Jewish Americans that have seldom been seen in relation to the era's more famous masterpieces. Rose emphasizes the construction of cultural institutions and intellectual patterns that supported both the mainstream American Victorian culture and the points of view that contested conventional assumptions. Whether the language of public discussion was Christianity, democracy, or capitalism, antebellum intellectual thought, Rose argues, developed through the ferven and often tense interaction among advocates of diverse ideals. Cultural Studies, , , , Voices of the Market Place, Anne C. Rose, 9780805790658, Cengage Gale, , , , ,, [PU: Twayne Publishers]

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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: TWAYNE, 251 Seiten, L=240mm, B=158mm, H=21mm, Gew.=522gr, [GR: 17400 - HC/Politikwissenschaft/Soziologie], [SW: - History - U.S.], Gebunden, Klappentext: In this comprehensive and insightful reinterpretation of antebellum culture, Anne C. Rose analyzes the major changes in intellectual life that occurred between 1830 and 1860 while exploring three sets of concepts that provided common languages: Christianity, democracy, and capitalism. Whereas many interpretations of American culture in this period have emphasized a single theme - such as revivalism, slavery, reform, Jacksonian democracy, or New England's transcendentalist authors - or have been preoccupied with the ensuing Civil War, Rose considers sharply divergent tendencies in religion and politics and a wide range of reformers, authors, and other public figures. She contends that although the key characteristic of the society in which antebellum Americans explored their ideas was openness, the freedom and creativity of antebellum thought depended on conditions of cultural security. In tracing the genesis of a "native culture", Rose surveys the art, literature, and scholarship of the American Renaissance, citing as particularly representative the genres of photography, the short story, history, and the essay. Rose examines Walden, Uncle Tom's Cabin, Moby-Dick, The Scarlet Letter, and other celebrated works associated with the American Renaissance, but she also discusses works by African Americans, Irish Americans, Native Americans, and Jewish Americans that have seldom been seen in relation to the era's more famous masterpieces. Rose emphasizes the construction of cultural institutions and intellectual patterns that supported both the mainstream American Victorian culture and the points of view that contested conventional assumptions. Whether the language of public discussion wasChristianity, democracy, or capitalism, antebellum intellectual thought, Rose argues, developed through the ferven and often tense interaction among advocates of diverse ideals.

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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: TWAYNE, 251 Seiten, L=240mm, B=158mm, H=21mm, Gew.=522gr, [GR: 17400 - HC/Politikwissenschaft/Soziologie], [SW: - History - U.S.], Gebunden, Klappentext: In this comprehensive and insightful reinterpretation of antebellum culture, Anne C. Rose analyzes the major changes in intellectual life that occurred between 1830 and 1860 while exploring three sets of concepts that provided common languages: Christianity, democracy, and capitalism. Whereas many interpretations of American culture in this period have emphasized a single theme - such as revivalism, slavery, reform, Jacksonian democracy, or New England's transcendentalist authors - or have been preoccupied with the ensuing Civil War, Rose considers sharply divergent tendencies in religion and politics and a wide range of reformers, authors, and other public figures. She contends that although the key characteristic of the society in which antebellum Americans explored their ideas was openness, the freedom and creativity of antebellum thought depended on conditions of cultural security. In tracing the genesis of a "native culture", Rose surveys the art, literature, and scholarship of the American Renaissance, citing as particularly representative the genres of photography, the short story, history, and the essay. Rose examines Walden, Uncle Tom's Cabin, Moby-Dick, The Scarlet Letter, and other celebrated works associated with the American Renaissance, but she also discusses works by African Americans, Irish Americans, Native Americans, and Jewish Americans that have seldom been seen in relation to the era's more famous masterpieces. Rose emphasizes the construction of cultural institutions and intellectual patterns that supported both the mainstream American Victorian culture and the points of view that contested conventional assumptions. Whether the language of public discussion wasChristianity, democracy, or capitalism, antebellum intellectual thought, Rose argues, developed through the ferven and often tense interaction among advocates of diverse ideals.

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[ED: Hardcover], [PU: TWAYNE], In this comprehensive and insightful reinterpretation of antebellum culture, Anne C. Rose analyzes the major changes in intellectual life that occurred between 1830 and 1860 while exploring three sets of concepts that provided common languages: Christianity, democracy, and capitalism. Whereas many interpretations of American culture in this period have emphasized a single theme - such as revivalism, slavery, reform, Jacksonian democracy, or New England's transcendentalist authors - or have been preoccupied with the ensuing Civil War, Rose considers sharply divergent tendencies in religion and politics and a wide range of reformers, authors, and other public figures. She contends that although the key characteristic of the society in which antebellum Americans explored their ideas was openness, the freedom and creativity of antebellum thought depended on conditions of cultural security. In tracing the genesis of a "native culture", Rose surveys the art, literature, and scholarship of the American Renaissance, citing as particularly representative the genres of photography, the short story, history, and the essay. Rose examines Walden, Uncle Tom's Cabin, Moby-Dick, The Scarlet Letter, and other celebrated works associated with the American Renaissance, but she also discusses works by African Americans, Irish Americans, Native Americans, and Jewish Americans that have seldom been seen in relation to the era's more famous masterpieces. Rose emphasizes the construction of cultural institutions and intellectual patterns that supported both the mainstream American Victorian culture and the points of view that contested conventional assumptions. Whether the language of public discussion wasChristianity, democracy, or capitalism, antebellum intellectual thought, Rose argues, developed through the ferven and often tense interaction among advocates of diverse ideals. Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot

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[ED: Hardcover], [PU: TWAYNE], In this comprehensive and insightful reinterpretation of antebellum culture, Anne C. Rose analyzes the major changes in intellectual life that occurred between 1830 and 1860 while exploring three sets of concepts that provided common languages: Christianity, democracy, and capitalism. Whereas many interpretations of American culture in this period have emphasized a single theme - such as revivalism, slavery, reform, Jacksonian democracy, or New England's transcendentalist authors - or have been preoccupied with the ensuing Civil War, Rose considers sharply divergent tendencies in religion and politics and a wide range of reformers, authors, and other public figures. She contends that although the key characteristic of the society in which antebellum Americans explored their ideas was openness, the freedom and creativity of antebellum thought depended on conditions of cultural security. In tracing the genesis of a "native culture", Rose surveys the art, literature, and scholarship of the American Renaissance, citing as particularly representative the genres of photography, the short story, history, and the essay. Rose examines Walden, Uncle Tom's Cabin, Moby-Dick, The Scarlet Letter, and other celebrated works associated with the American Renaissance, but she also discusses works by African Americans, Irish Americans, Native Americans, and Jewish Americans that have seldom been seen in relation to the era's more famous masterpieces. Rose emphasizes the construction of cultural institutions and intellectual patterns that supported both the mainstream American Victorian culture and the points of view that contested conventional assumptions. Whether the language of public discussion wasChristianity, democracy, or capitalism, antebellum intellectual thought, Rose argues, developed through the ferven and often tense interaction among advocates of diverse ideals.Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00]

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Studies in the American Thought and Culture Series: Voices of the Marketplace: Atc, 1830-1860

In this comprehensive and insightful reinterpretation of antebellum culture, Anne C. Rose analyzes the major changes in intellectual life that occurred between 1830 and 1860 while exploring three sets of concepts that provided common languages: Christianity, democracy, and capitalism. Whereas many interpretations of American culture in this period have emphasized a single theme - such as revivalism, slavery, reform, Jacksonian democracy, or New England's transcendentalist authors - or have been preoccupied with the ensuing Civil War, Rose considers sharply divergent tendencies in religion and politics and a wide range of reformers, authors, and other public figures. She contends that although the key characteristic of the society in which antebellum Americans explored their ideas was openness, the freedom and creativity of antebellum thought depended on conditions of cultural security. In tracing the genesis of a "native culture", Rose surveys the art, literature, and scholarship of the American Renaissance, citing as particularly representative the genres of photography, the short story, history, and the essay. Rose examines Walden, Uncle Tom's Cabin, Moby-Dick, The Scarlet Letter, and other celebrated works associated with the American Renaissance, but she also discusses works by African Americans, Irish Americans, Native Americans, and Jewish Americans that have seldom been seen in relation to the era's more famous masterpieces. Rose emphasizes the construction of cultural institutions and intellectual patterns that supported both the mainstream American Victorian culture and the points of view that contested conventional assumptions. Whether the language of public discussion wasChristianity, democracy, or capitalism, antebellum intellectual thought, Rose argues, developed through the ferven and often tense interaction among advocates of diverse ideals.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780805790658
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0805790659
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Publishing year: 1994
Publisher: TWAYNE
251 Pages
Weight: 0,522 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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