3 edition of The French Revolution in Russian intellectual and political life, 1789-1922 found in the catalog.
The French Revolution in Russian intellectual and political life, 1789-1922
Written in English
|Statement||by Dimitri Shlapentokh.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 94/2991 (D)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. (iii, 542 leaves)|
|Number of Pages||542|
|LC Control Number||94629361|
Abdul Hamid II was born in Topkapı Palace in Constantinople (modern Turkey) during Ottoman Empire, on 21 September He was the son of Sultan Abdülmecid I and one of his many wives, the Valide Sultan Tirimüjgan (16 August – Constantinople, Feriye Palace, 3 October ), originally named Virjin. He later also became the adoptive son of another of his father's . Christine Philliou brilliantly shines a new light on imperial crisis and change in the s and s by unearthing the life of one man. Stephanos Vogorides (–) was part of a network of Christian elites known phanariots, institutionally excluded from power yet intimately bound up with Ottoman governance.
The French Revolution, however, never arrived in the Orient. Instead, on the one hand, Napoleon invaded Egypt masquerading as a Muslim—much to the disdain of the Egyptian chronicler Jabarti—and, on the other hand, Lazarist priests and other refugees came seeking the “sanctuary” of Mount Lebanon, where they waited out the “evil days. § A book of “Feuilletons” (one word entry for each day for which reading is assigned). Feuilletons appeared in papers and were very popular around They comprised non-political gossip, literature and art criticism, a chronicle of the latest fashions, epigrams, charades and Occupation: Associate Professor.
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