Scenarios of Power Myth and Ceremony in Russian Monarchy from Peter the Great to the Abdication of Nicholas II
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Description: A sweeping and vivid portrayal of the myths, symbols, and rituals of the Russian monarchy. The book shows how ceremonies, the visual arts, and the printed word played a central role in the exercise of imperial power and evolved to answer the political challenges of the 19th and early 20th centuries.
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Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Publication date: 3/26/2006
Size: 5.75" wide x 9.00" long x 1.25" tall
|Introduction: Scenarios of Power|
|The European Myth|
|Signs of Empire|
|Peter the Great|
|The Education of Princes and the Dilemma of Neoclassicism|
|The Emperor Paul I|
|The Angel on the Throne|
|Epitomes of the Nation|
|Parents and Son|
|Alexander II and the Scenario of Love|
|The Crisis of Autocracy|
|A National Myth|
|The Making of a Russian Tsar|
|The Inauguration of a National Myth|
|The Resurrection of Muscovy|
|The Life and Death of a Russian Tsar|
|Nicholas II as Heir and Husband|
|The Accession and Coronation of Nicholas II|
|Demonstrations of Godliness|
|Nicholas II and the Revolution of 1905|
|Nicholas II and World War I|