Intellectual History
The Cambridge Companion to Benjamin Franklin
The Cambridge Companion to Benjamin Franklin
Hardcover      ISBN: 0521871344
A valuable overview for students and scholars of American literature, history and culture.
The Cambridge Companion to Benjamin Franklin
The Cambridge Companion to Benjamin Franklin
Paperback      ISBN: 0521691869
A valuable overview for students and scholars of American literature, history and culture.
Cambridge Contributions
Cambridge Contributions
Hardcover      ISBN: 0521592437
A collection of non-specialist essays on Cambridge University's 'contribution' to certain key disciplines.
Cambridge Contributions
Cambridge Contributions
Paperback      ISBN: 0521597382
Cambridge in the Age of the Enlightenment: Science, Religion and Politics from the Restoration to the French Revolution
Cambridge in the Age of the Enlightenment
Science, Religion and Politics from the Restoration to the French Revolution
Paperback      ISBN: 0521524970
Cambridge Minds
Cambridge Minds
Paperback      ISBN: 0521456258
An introduction, written by leading authorities, to many of the major modern achievements of Cambridge University.
Camera Obscura: Of Ideology
Camera Obscura
Of Ideology
Paperback      ISBN: 0801485932
Marx, Freud, Nietzsche
Camera Obscura: Of Ideology
Camera Obscura
Of Ideology
Hardcover      ISBN: 0801436419
Cavalier and Yankee: The Old South and American National Character
Cavalier and Yankee
The Old South and American National Character
Paperback      ISBN: 0195082842
Caviar and Ashes: A Warsaw Generation's Life and Death in Marxism, 1918-1968
Caviar and Ashes
A Warsaw Generation's Life and Death in Marxism, 1918-1968
Paperback      ISBN: 0300143281
"In the elegant capital city of Warsaw, the editor Mieczyslaw Grydzewski would come with his two dachshunds to a café called Ziemianska." Thus begins the history of a generation of Polish literati born at the fin de siècle. They sat in Café Ziemianska and believed that the world moved on what they said there. Caviar and Ashes tells the story of the young avant-gardists of the early 1920s who became the radical Marxists of the late 1920s. They made the choice for Marxism before Stalinism, before socialist realism, before Marxism meant the imposition of Soviet communism in Poland. It ended tragically. Marci Shore begins with this generation’s coming of age after the First World War and narrates a half-century-long journey through futurist manifestos and proletarian poetry, Stalinist terror and Nazi genocide, a journey from the literary cafés to the cells of prisons and the corridors of power. Using newly available archival materials from Poland and Russia, as well as from Ukraine and Israel, Shore explores what it meant to live Marxism as a European, an East European, and a Jewish intellectual in the twentieth century.