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Cult of the Nation in France Inventing Nationalism 1680-1800 (Paperback)

Author:  David A. Bell
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0674012372
ISBN-13: 9780674012370
Sku: 33797921
Publish Date: 7/1/2003
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 9.25H x 6.25L x 0.75T
Pages:  320
Age Range:  NA
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David Bell offers an important new argument about the origins of nationalism. Before the eighteenth century, the very idea of nation-building--a central component of nationalism--did not exist. During this period, leading French intellectual and political figures came to see perfect national unity as a critical priority, and so sought ways to endow all French people with the same language, laws, customs, and values. The period thus gave rise to the first large-scale nationalist program in history.
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In a work of lucid prose and striking originality, Bell offers the first comprehensive survey of patriotism and national sentiment in early modern France, and shows how the dialectical relationship between nationalism and religion left a complex legacy that still resonates in debates over French national identity today.

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New York Times Book Review
"[A] subtle and intricate argument...." - Richard Vinen 11/04/2001

London Review of Books
"[Bell] writes simply and accessibly, even when invoking authors notoriously freighted with jargon." - William Doyle 06/27/2002

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