The classical, romantic, modern

The classical, romantic, modern


Basic information
The time of publication:2005-05
Press:Jiangsu Education Publishing House
Author:(U) BA statue
Pages:161
Words:131000
Translator:Hou Bei
BookTitle:The classical, romantic, modern
Summary of contents
Jacques Barzun (Jacques Barzun), Dean of Columbia University history professor and college. In 1927, graduated from the History Department of Columbia University. His works include "Darwin, Marx and Wagner" (1941) and "American teacher" (1945), these two books had been published in anchor press, and "Berlioz and Romantic Century" (1950), "Tyudero: Rameau's nephew" (translation, 1952), "the researchers" (1957) and "intelligence home" (1959).
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Preface second edition preface I romantic -- is dead? II Rousseau and modern autarchy III classical opposition IV Romantic Art v romantic life VI romantic four stages VII VIII three modern self revolution IX end: 1960 romantic X "romantic" -- Sampling @##@ a modern usage
Review all sorts of inertial thinking people without the scrutiny of the buried romantic, irrefutable facts and rigorous analysis challenges in textbooks hackneyed and stereotyped expressions, upstream of the courage to expose the provocative historians fashionable fallacies, people can see a cultural historian really should have a position and attitude in this book, more can clearly understand, as a disseminator of knowledge or disclosed, he the truth and the meaning of the existence of responsibility. This book is rather than romantic defense, not to say is a common remind powerful, that is knowledge "hypocrisy", and naturally or half unconsciously, and corruption is our most easily mistake. 
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