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  • Author:
    V.O. Kliuchevskii
  • ISBN:
    1563243164
  • ISBN13:
    978-1563243165
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    Routledge; 1 edition (May 31, 1994)
  • Pages:
    448 pages
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    Humanities
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A Course in Russian Histo. has been added to your Cart. The book ends pointing out several generalizations about the 17th century history of Russia that are still revelant among historians today.

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As Kliuchevsky tells this dramatic story, he traces the widening cultural divide between old Russia and its emergent aristocracy as well as the ambivalent relationship between Russia and the West. Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved. In the annals of Russian historiography, Vasili Osipovich Kliuchevsky occupies.

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A Course in Russian History: The Seventeenth Century by Kliuchevskii, . Kldi8uchevski?i, V. O. Published by Quadrangle Books, Chicago (1968).

The best general history of seventeenthcentury Russia remains V O. Kliuchevskii, A Course in Russian History: The Seventeenth Century (Chicago: Quadrangle Books, 1968). For a survey of primary and secondary sources, see S. A. Kristensen. Kliuchevskii, A Course in Russian History: The Seventeenth Century (Chicago: Quadrangle Books, 1968)

Библиографические данные. A Course in Russian History: The Seventeenth Century. Vasiliĭ Osipovich Kli︠u︡chevskiĭ.

342 - Russia, came to the fore all together, out of their historical turn, forming an inextricable knot and requiring immediate solution. Библиографические данные.

His course remains one of the most comprehensive sources on the subject to this day. Childhood and Education. Klyuchevsky was born into the family of a poor country church priest. His father died when Klyuchevsky was only 9 years old. He was found dead on the road after a thunderstorm. For this work, Klyuchevsky was awarded a gold medal and was made to stay at the faculty in preparation for the position of professor. His Master’s degree paper was dedicated to The Old Russian Hagiography as a Historic Source.

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In this volume, Kliuchevsky untangles the confused events of the Time of Troubles and the emergence of the Romanov dynasty, and develops his interpretation of the century as prologue to the Petrine reforms. He dramatically underlines the cultural divide between old Russia and the emergent autocracy and the strangely ambivalent relationship between Russia and the West. Routledge, 16 Eyl 2016 - 448 sayfa.

This book describes the following items: Russia History 1613-1689 Download more by: V. Kli͡u︡chevskiĭ. Find and Load Ebook A course in Russian history–the seventeenth century.

This book describes the following items: Russia History 1613-1689. Russia History Time Of Troubles, 1598-1613. Time Of Troubles, 1598-1613. More about the author(s): V. Kli͡u︡chevskiĭ was born in 1841. Download more by: V.

This work by the great 19th-century historian is available once again in an acclaimed 1968 translation that conveys the beauty of Kliuchevsky's language and the power of his ideas. In this volume, Kliuchevsky untangles the confused events of the Time of Troubles and the emergence of the Romanov dynasty, and develops his interpretation of the century as prologue to the Petrine reforms. He dramatically underlines the cultural divide between old Russia and the emergent autocracy and the strangely ambivalent relationship between Russia and the West.