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The art of commemoration : fifty years after the Warsaw Uprising / edited by Titus Ensink, Christoph Sauer.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: D765.2.W3 A87 2003

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    Series
    Discourse approaches to politics, society, and culture, v. 7
    Discourse approaches to politics, society, and culture ; v. 7.
    Format
    Book
    Published
    Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Pub., c2003
    Locale
    Poland
    Warsaw
    Warsaw (Poland)
    Contents
    Facing the past : The commemoration of the Warsaw uprising on the occasion of its fiftieth anniversary / Titus Ensink and Christoph Sauer
    Discourse analytic approach to the commemorative speeches about the Warsaw uprising / Titus Ensink and Christoph Sauer
    Messianic Warsaw. Mythological framings of political discourse in the address by Lech Walesa / Dariusz Galasinski
    Search for acceptable perspectives. German President Roman Herzog commemorates the Warsaw uprising / Titus Ensink and Christoph Sauer
    Politician's sociology : US vice president Gore's categorisation of the participants in the Warsaw uprising / Harrie Mazeland
    Framing the past : An analysis of John Major's address / Christina Schäffner
    From commemoration to self-celebration : Explorations in the interplay of discourse frames and political perspectives in the address by René Monory / Danièle Torck
    How the Russians handled a problem : The Warsaw uprising in Sergey Filatov's address / Klaus Steinke
    Merging frames : A frame analysis of the South African, Canadian, Australian and New Zealand addresses / Tom Koole
    Pope John Paul II as a Polish patriot : The Pope's letter in commemoration of the Warsaw uprising / Klaus Steinke
    Politics of public memory : The commemoration of the Second World War in a historical and comparative perspective / Frank van Vree.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Ensink, T. (Titus)
    Sauer, Christoph.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    Facing the past : The commemoration of the Warsaw uprising on the occasion of its fiftieth anniversary / Titus Ensink and Christoph Sauer -- Discourse analytic approach to the commemorative speeches about the Warsaw uprising / Titus Ensink and Christoph Sauer -- Messianic Warsaw. Mythological framings of political discourse in the address by Lech Walesa / Dariusz Galasinski -- Search for acceptable perspectives. German President Roman Herzog commemorates the Warsaw uprising / Titus Ensink and Christoph Sauer -- Politician's sociology : US vice president Gore's categorisation of the participants in the Warsaw uprising / Harrie Mazeland -- Framing the past : An analysis of John Major's address / Christina Schäffner -- From commemoration to self-celebration : Explorations in the interplay of discourse frames and political perspectives in the address by René Monory / Danièle Torck -- How the Russians handled a problem : The Warsaw uprising in Sergey Filatov's address / Klaus Steinke -- Merging frames : A frame analysis of the South African, Canadian, Australian and New Zealand addresses / Tom Koole -- Pope John Paul II as a Polish patriot : The Pope's letter in commemoration of the Warsaw uprising / Klaus Steinke -- Politics of public memory : The commemoration of the Second World War in a historical and comparative perspective / Frank van Vree.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    1588114252
    9027226970 (Eur.)
    Physical Description
    x, 245 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.

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