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The odd man Karakozov : Imperial Russia, modernity, and the birth of terrorism

Author: Claudia Verhoeven
Publisher: Ithaca : Cornell University Press, 2009.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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By looking at the history that produced Karakozov and, in turn, the history that Karakozov produced, Verhoeven shows terrorism as a phenomenon inextricably linked to the foundations of the modern world: capitalism, ideology, technology, enlightened law and scientific reason, and people's participation in politics and the making of history.
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Genre/Form: Biographie
History
Named Person: Dmitrīĭ Vladimīrovich Karakozov; Alexander, Emperor of Russia; Aleksandr, Russland Zar; Dmitrij V Karakozov; Dmitrij V Karakozov; Zar II ) Alexander (Russland; Alexander, Emperor of Russia; Dmitrīĭ Vladimīrovich Karakozov
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Claudia Verhoeven
ISBN: 9780801446528 080144652X 9780801477577 0801477573
OCLC Number: 244701513
Description: x, 231 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: From the files of the Karakozov case : the virtual birth of terrorism --
The real Rakhmetov : the image of the revolutionary after Karakozov --
"A life for the Tsar" : tsaricide in the age of mechanical reproduction --
Raskolnikov, Karakozov, and the etiology of a "new word" --
Armiak; or, "So many things in an overcoat!" --
"Factual propaganda," an autopsy; or, The morbid origins of April 4, 1866 --
The head of the tsaricide --
Conclusion : the point of April 4, 1866.
Other Titles: Imperial Russia, modernity, and the birth of terrorism
Responsibility: Claudia Verhoeven.
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By looking at the history that produced Karakozov and, in turn, the history that Karakozov produced, Verhoeven shows terrorism as a phenomenon inextricably linked to the foundations of the modern world: capitalism, ideology, technology, enlightened law and scientific reason, and people's participation in politics and the making of history.

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