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  • ...1915 in the town of Cherbourg in Normandy. He was the son of naval officer Louis Barthes, who was killed in a battle in the North Sea before Roland reached ...rthes' rebuttal in ''Criticism and Truth'' (1966), would accuse the old, [[bourgeois]] criticism of being unconcerned with the finer points of language and capa
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  • ... are found in Marx's early manuscripts, by employing [[existentialism]]. [[Louis Althusser]], on the contrary, developed a [[structuralism|structualist]] in ...capitalist mode of production establishes the conditions that enable the [[bourgeoisie]] to [[Exploitation#Marxian theory|exploit]] the proletariat due to the f
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  • ...[[martial law]], the declaration of Bangladesh's independence, [[Operation Searchlight|military suppression]], devastation during war, and natural calamities ...ndation (architecture)|foundation]] in [[Bengal]].<ref>[ Chawk Mosque (Dhaka)]. accessdate 2007-07-06 </ref>
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  • ...Dictionary -medieval" [ Definition from Online Etymology Dictionary] - Retrieved October 2 ...don. ''Dictionary of the Middle Ages, Supplement 1.'' 2004.</ref> Recent research and archaeology have also revealed complex cultures persisting throughout t
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  • ...ellectual, novelist, essayist and critic, best known as the author of ''In Search of Lost Time'' (''À la recherche du temps perdu,'' also translated previou ...responds with the consolidation of the French Third Republic. Much of ''In Search of Lost Time'' concerns the vast changes, most particularly the decline of
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  • ...eon Bonaparte.jpg|thumb|right|240px|''Napoleon in His Study'' by [[Jacques-Louis David]] (1812)]] ...naparte, an attorney, was named Corsica's representative to the court of [[Louis XVI of France]] in 1778, where he remained for a number of years. The domin
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  • |successor=[[Louis X of France|Louis X]] |issue=[[Louis X of France|Louis X]] (1289–1316) <br /> [[Philip V of France|Philip V]] (1293–1316) <br
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  • ...ext-align: center;" |'''''"The people have been gradually conquered by the bourgeois class, penetrated by their thoughts and now want only to resemble them. If prejudice: "Theatre supposes lives that are poor and agitated, a people searching in dreams for a refuge from thought. If we were happier and freer we sho
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  • ...86412402), [ Google Print]. </ref> [[Boris Savinkov]] was at the head of ...and… that somewhere near Warsaw lies not [only] the center of the Polish bourgeois government and the republic of capital, but the center of the whole contemp
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  • Adopting Lenin's advice, the delegates agreed to an alliance with the "bourgeois democrats" of the KMT for the good of the "national revolution." Communist ... above, are regarded as lies by some historians. During the decade spent researching the book, ''Mao: The Unknown Story'', for instance, Jung Chang found evi
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  • ...ndustry. They would also later on accuse him of becoming a "sell out" to [[bourgeois]] values and to being a center of power in the French film industry; he bec ... Fanny Ardant playing the secretary of a real estate agent, played by Jean-Louis Trintignant, falsely accused of multiple murders. Shot in black and white,
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  • ...alled this the Great Year, and other Greeks called it an aeon or eon. In researching this topic, Giorgio de Santillana, the former professor of the history o explain afterwards, concretely that meant that if [[Louis XVI of France|Louis XVI]]'s monarchic rule in France was seen as the thesis, the [[French Revol
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  • ...iption of the "iron law of oligarchy." Michels based this concept on his research and personal experience with various social institutions. He found that, re ...s was born on January 9, 1876, in [[Cologne]], [[Germany]], into a wealthy bourgeois family. In keeping with the customs of the time, he spent terms at a number
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  • ...:// “Researchers discover ancient origins of tuberculosis-causing bacteria.”] Available ...they were confiscated by the [[Gestapo]] in 1933. An ongoing international search is being conducted for these missing Kafka papers. Brod overrode Kafka's in
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  • Sculptors are constantly searching for new ways to make art with new materials. Blood, dead animals, and bo ...nal poets and painters. In the nineteenth century, sculpture also became a bourgeois/upper class avocation, as poetry and painting had been, and the classical w
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  • ... [[Jean Jaurès]], one which had allowed socialists to join "[[Bourgeoisie|bourgeois]]" governments in times of crisis. Kaganovich, the Secretary of the Central Committee. He was visited by [[Louis Fischer]], who recorded Rakovsky's determination not to submit to Stalin (c
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