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- Rebels and Tyrants
- Nicholas Rzhevsky
- 07 November 2019 Nicholas Rzhevsky
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S Rzhevsky is Professor and Chair of the Department of European Languages Literatures and Cultures at Stony Brook University SUNY His BA is from Rutgers University with Highest Honors and his doctorate from Princeton University where he was a Title VI Fellow His honors include four Fulbright Hays fellowships as well as grants from the US Department of Education NEH and IR.
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Rebels and Tyrants is a uniue literary collection that provides an introduction to key moments in cultural history including the Renaissance Romanticism and Realism These concepts are addressed by leading authors in major literary traditions such as William Shakespeare Sir Walter Scott Charles Dickens and Fyodor Dostoevsky The included works portray unforgettable fictiona.
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L rebels and tyrants like Richard III Ivanhoe and Robin Hood characters that have profoundly influenced popular culture and world literature The texts are organized around the subversive and creative ways in which the authors themselves were also rebels rebels who challenged literary conventions and shaped daring new perspectives on what literature should be about Nichola.