1 edition of The Orient of Europe found in the catalog.
The Orient of Europe
Nicholas A. Germana
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Nicholas A. Germana|
|LC Classifications||DS61.85 .G47 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||272 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||272|
|LC Control Number||2009396999|
Orient definition is - to direct (something, such as a book or film) toward the interests of a particular group. How to use orient in a sentence. to direct (something, such as a book or film) toward the interests of a particular group; to set right by adjusting to facts or principles. In his groundbreaking text Orientalism, the late cultural critic and theorist Edward Saïd argued that a dominant European political ideology created the notion of the Orient in order to subjugate and control it. Saïd explained that the concept embodied distinctions between “East” (the Orient) and “West” (the Occident) precisely. Antique maps of Europe, the Americas, West Indies, Australasia, Africa, the Orient by Gohm, Douglas Charles and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at European Luxury Vacations & Honeymoons. Destination Europe offers customized European Honeymoon & custom European Vacation planning services - which are tailored to meet your needs and interests. We are the best source for custom Europe luxury travel vacations and honeymoon packages in Europe.
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In 'The Orient of Europe', Nicholas A. Germana explores how German thinkers, especially those associated with the Early Romantic movement, set India up as an 'ideal mirror,' in which they could perceive the image of the Germany they longed for - a nation whose greatness lay not in political and military power, but in the realm of culture and the by: 8.
The Orient of Europe: The Mythical Image of India and Competing Images of German National Identity, by Nicholas A. Germana This book first published Cambridge Scholars Publishing 12 Back Chapman Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE6 2XX, UK British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data.
The Orient Express: The History of the Orient Express Service from to [Burton, Anthony] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Orient Express: The History of the Orient Express Service from to /5(1). Creating further ambiguity, as the European colonial footprint grew in North Africa and the Middle East over the course of the 19th and early 20th centuries, many of the Jews in those places cast themselves as the Europeans of the Orient adopting French, English and Italian in a mirror image of the Jews’ Orientalization in Europe.
Imperial Fictions, now a classic, is an erudite analysis of Europe’s fabricated Orient, as expressed in its writings and illustrated in its paintings. Rana Kabbani is a writer and broadcaster. She is the author of Letter to Christendom, and has introduced and edited The Passionate Nomad: The Diary of Isabelle Eberhardt (both Virago).4/5.
Study of the ‘Orient’ and Orientalism has evolved considerably since Edward Said's seminal study of ; here, the multi-award winning French novelist Mathias Enard, whose own novel Compass, draws on this rich history, discusses five books that capture key aspects of this ever-shifting terrain.
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The Orient is an integral of European material civilization and culture. Orientalism expresses and represents that part culturally and even ideologically as a mode of discourse with supporting institutions, vocabulary, scholarship, imagery, doctrines, even colonial bureaucracies and colonial styles.
Said starts by asserting the fact that the Orient played an instrumental role in the construction of the European culture as the powerful Other: “the Orient has helped to define Europe (or the West) as its contrasting image, idea, personality, experience.” () He then states that the research subject of his book is Orientalism, by which.
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Focusing on the medieval period, Akbari examines a broad range of texts including encyclopedias, maps, medical and astronomical treatises, chansons de geste, romances, and allegories to paint an unusually. The Orient Express appeals to many.
Famous books and movies like Murder on the Orient Express are bestsellers even in modern time. Throughout history, there are many referrals to train travel in Europe on the Orient Express route.
The term "orient" refers to countries east of the Mediterranean Sea and Southern Europe. In Place of Fear (), Aneurin Bevan used an expanded denotation of the Orient that comprehended East Asia: "the awakening of the Orient under the impact of Western ideas".
Edward Said said that Orientalism "enables the political, economic, cultural and. Translating the Orient: The Reception of Sakuntala in Nineteenth-Century Europe. This book examines the emplotment of India in the Western literary imagination. Georges Nagelmackers, creator of the Orient Express, envisioned "a train that would span a continent, running on a continuous ribbon of metal for Author: David Zax.
The Orient Express, a luxury train service connecting Paris to Constantinople, was the figurehead of the Belle Époque, and remained closely connected to European history throughout the 20th. Europe's Myths of Orient: Devise and Rule described desert desire despite disguise Doughty Doughty's East Eastern women Egypt Egyptians empire encounter English erotic eroticism Europe Europe's European exotic fascination feeling female Flaubert harem hero Ibid imagination imperialist India Islam Jean-Léon Gérôme About Google Books.
a brilliant investigation of European attitudes towards Arabs and Asians. Said works to reveal that what we call "the Orient" has little to do with actual conditions in the EastÂ—that it is more significantly a European invention that has had a powerful influence of how Europeans have not only thought about but also acted upon the East.
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In love with the Orient Mathias Enard has written a magnificent novel about Europe’s fascination with the Orient. Awarded France’s prestigious Prix Goncourt, the multi-layered and astounding book is the story of a great unfulfilled love, but above all a.
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The original Orient Express train service ran from toand its name became associated with glamour, luxury, intrigue, and even murder. In its heyday, it was the most luxurious train in Europe and today this tradition lives on with Belmond's Venice Simplon-Orient-Express (VSOE). Orient that is based on the Orient's special place in European Western experience.
The Orient is not only adjacent to Europe; it is also the place of Europe's greatest and richest and oldest colonies, the source of its civilizations and languages, cultural contestant, and one of its deepest and most recurring images of the Other. The Venice Simplon-Orient Express and Beyond: Luxury Train Travel in Europe.
Discover four of the most luxurious train offerings in Europe, including the Venice Simplon-Orient Express and the Golden Eagle Danube Express. In Europe, traveling by train is a way of life. Edward Said’s influential book Orientalism generated this new meaning of the word Orientalist. Said’s argument traces how Europe manufactured an imaginary Orient through literary works and the social sciences that was intertwined and complicit with imperial, colonial ambitions in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
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The Orient Express () a novel by Gregor von Rezzori follows a European American who, having ridden the original Orient Express in his youth, returns late in life to ride the refurbished version. Flashman and the Tiger () by George MacDonald Fraser: Sir Harry Paget Flashman travels on the train's first journey as a guest of the journalist Henri length: 4 to 22 coaches.
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Also recommended is 'The Orient Express - The life and times of the world's most famous train' by E H Cookridge. The habit of explaining distant places in terms of a cultural essence was a common feature of European empires from the eighteenth to mid twentieth century. The association of phrases such as "the East" and "the Orient" with modern imperialism is one reason that some people find.
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"Orientalism” is a way of seeing that imagines, emphasizes, exaggerates and distorts differences of Arab peoples and cultures as compared to that of Europe and the U.S. It often involves seeing Arab culture as exotic, backward, uncivilized, and at times dangerous.
Edward W. Said, in his groundbreaking book, Orientalism, defined it as the. The Orient Express was a legendary train service between eastern and western Europe founded in While the route changed over the years, the traditional final destinations were Paris and Istanbul.
While the traditional main route through the Balkans closed down inand the last through sleeper car on any route from Paris to Istanbul departed ina few portions of the regular. The Orient-Express: Great Train Journeys. its principal routes link three of Europe’s most beguiling cities, London, Paris and Venice.
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Free shipping for many products. “The great value of this book lies in Kaiwar's exceptional ability to historicize both postcolonial studies and our global present. This stimulating book offers an exceptional insight into the postcolonial Orient and Europe alike, showing how a critique of Eurocentrism is not.
In his groundbreaking text Orientalism, the late cultural critic and theorist Edward Saïd argued that a dominant European political ideology created the notion of the Orient in order to subjugate and control ïd explained that the concept embodied distinctions between "East" (the Orient) and "West" (the Occident) precisely so the "West" could control and authorize views of the "East.".
Historically, the Orient has been situated as the opposite of the West, which is comprised of European powers and, later, the U.S. Orientalism explores the hierarchal relationship between the West and East (Occident and Orient).
It examines how Western dominance in the production of knowledge has and continues to presently influence Western.
A summary of Motifs in Agatha Christie's Murder on the Orient Express. Learn exactly what happened in this chapter, scene, or section of Murder on the Orient Express and what it means.
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When Agatha Christie published Murder on the Orient Express inshe faced a dilemma regarding its title. Graham Greene had published a novel – what he somewhat dismissively called “an entertainment” – Stamboul Train in which had been published in the United States as Orient Express.A film of Greene’s novel, under its American title, was also released in main thing for a European visitor was a European representation of the Ori-ent" (0, p.
1). Indeed, Orientalism views the Orient through its own vested interests, from its own vantage point, with an imperial Eurocentric perspec-tive. In a sharp and penetrating critique of the systemic and systematic ob.