The Eighteenth Century--the Intellectual and Cultural Context of English Literature, 1700-1789
Longman, 1986 - 290 pagina's
This volume represents a collection of works from differing perspectives by the major Western scholars who study the province of Australian Galicia. In practice, the essays have a natural thematic unity as they treat various aspects of national movements and nationbuilding in Galicia. While the focus of the volume is on the Ukrainians, the contributions on the Poles and the Jews serve to emphasize the need for further studies on the interrelations of the three major peoples of the province.
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