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Fascist voices

Alice Yaeger Kaplan

Fascist voices

readings in Marinetti, Celine, and Brasillach by Alice Yaeger Kaplan.

by Alice Yaeger Kaplan

  • 79 Want to read
  • 9 Currently reading

Published by University Microfilms International in Ann Arbor, Michigan .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Marinetti, Filippo Tommaso, -- 1876-1944.,
  • Ce line, Louis-Ferdinand, -- 1894-1961.,
  • Brasillach, Robert.

  • Edition Notes

    Photocopy of thesis (Ph. D.) - Yale University 1981.

    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13956545M

    Booktopia has Fascist Voices, Essays from the 'Fascist Quarterly' - Vol 1 by Oswald Mosley. Buy a discounted ePUB of Fascist Voices online from . Fascist Voices contains a unique and uncompromising collection of essays that appeared in Fascist Quarterly during the turbulent s. This publication was a bold attempt by the British Union of Fascists to counter the influence of the Left Book Club, by providing an alternative intellectual platform for those writers and thinkers who subscribed to the Fascist and National .

    Get this from a library! Fascist voices: an intimate history of Mussolini's Italy. [Christopher Duggan] -- Duggan looks into how fascism as a concept became embodied in the person of Mussolini, who came to occupy a semi-divine status, influencing religion and politics to an unprecedented degree, to the.   Fascist Voices An Intimate History of Mussolini's Italy A discussion with the author Christopher Duggan, University of Reading in conversation with: David Forgacs, NYU Molly Tambor, Long Island.

    Fascist Voices is a fresh and disturbing look at a country in thrall to a charismatic dictator. Tracing fascism from its conception to its legacy, Christopher Duggan unpicks why the regime enjoyed so much support among the majority of the Italian people. He examines the extraordinary hold the Duce had on Italy and how he came to embody fascism. By making use of rarely .   'Fascist voices' is the award-winning book by Christopher Duggan, University of Reading, which explores Italy under the fascist dictatorship of Mussolini through the words, diaries and letters of.


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"Fascist Voices takes up the challenge of understanding why the Duce and his regime appealed to so many Italians. The author's thoughtful tone and sensitive handling of his sources, which include diaries, police informers' reports and letters sent to Mussolini, enhance the book, and his clear prose makes it eminently readable."--Cited by: A work of exceptional authority and originality, Fascist A work of exceptional authority and originality, Fascist Voices makes use of rarely examined sources Fascist voices book letters and private diaries, newspaper reports and secret police files - to uncover how ordinary people experienced fascism on a daily basis and how its ideology influenced their beliefs, values, language and lifestyle/5(11).

"Fascist Voices takes up the challenge of understanding why the Duce and his regime appealed to so many Italians.

The author's thoughtful tone and sensitive handling of his sources, which include diaries, police informers' reports and letters sent to Mussolini, enhance the book, and his clear prose makes it eminently readable."/5(34). Offering a unique perspective on the period, Fascist Voices captures the responses of private citizens living under fascism and unravels the remarkable mixture of illusions, hopes, and fears that led so many to support the regime for so long/5(13).

Fascist Voices contains a unique and uncompromising collection of essays that appeared in Fascist Quarterly (later titled British Union Quarterly) during the turbulent s.4/5(2). Fascist Voices An Intimate History of Mussolini's Italy Christopher Duggan. Based on original archival research (notably in the largely untouched sources in Pieve Santo Stefano) Author is respected Italian historian; Controversial topic; much debate in the last 30 years about the extent to which the Italian population supported the Fascist regime.

"Fascist Voices takes up the challenge of understanding why the Duce and his regime appealed to so many Italians. The author's thoughtful tone and sensitive handling of his sources, which include diaries, police informers' reports and letters sent to Mussolini, enhance the book, and his clear prose makes it eminently readable."/5(31).

I bought this book thinking that it would be similar in style and format to other books that one can buy on the Second World War with the voices n it is really more about the individual experiences of everyday people during these there is a good element of this in this book it is really more of a straightforward, well written, history of the Fascist if this is /5(30).

Fascist Voices: An Intimate History of Mussolini's Italy and over 8 million other books are available for Amazon Kindle. Learn more/5(35). Fascist Voices: An Intimate History of Mussolini's Italy and over 8 million other books are available for Amazon Kindle.

Learn more/5(37). In Fascist Voices the reader will obtain not only an understanding of the vision and achievements of Fascism and National Socialism, but the reader will also understand why powerful economic and political vested interests sought their destruction/5(3).

"A fascinating exploration of the letters that ‘ordinary’ Italians who supported fascism wrote to Mussolini in the s and s" (Glasgow Sunday Herald)"This original, revealing and disturbing book provides a grassroots view of fascist Italy" (Independent)"Duggan’s superbly researched book uncovers the nasty reality of [Mussolini’s] regime and demonstrates that /5(30).

"Fascist Voices takes up the challenge of understanding why the Duce and his regime appealed to so many Italians. The author's thoughtful tone and sensitive handling of his sources, which include diaries, police informers' reports and letters sent to Mussolini, enhance the book, and his clear prose makes it eminently readable."—Price: $ Offering a unique perspective on the period, Fascist Voices captures the responses of private citizens living under fascism and unravels the remarkable mixture of 4/5(2).

Fascist Voices: Essays from the 'Fascist Quarterly' - Vol 1 (Volume) 1st Edition. by Oswald Mosley (Author), Ezra Pound (Author), Joseph Goebbels (Author), Vidkun Quisling (Author), Alfred Rosenberg (Author) & 2 more.

out /5(10). Fascist Voices is a fresh and disturbing look at a country in thrall to a charismatic dictator.

Tracing fascism from its conception to its legacy, Christopher Duggan unpicks why the regime enjoyed 4/5(2). In Fascist Voices the reader will obtain not only an understanding of the vision and achievements of Fascism and National Socialism, but the reader will also understand why powerful economic and political vested interests sought their destruction.

Fascist Voices: An Intimate History of Mussolini's Italy by Christopher Duggan. Today Mussolini is remembered as a hated dictator who, along with Hitler and Stalin, ushered in an era of totalitarian repression unsurpassed in human history.

Fascist Voices contains a unique and uncompromising collection of essays that appeared in Fascist Quarterly (later titled British Union Quarterly) during the turbulent s.

This publication was a bold attempt by the British Union of Fascists to counter the influence of the Left Book Club, by providing an alternative intellectual platform for those writers and thinkers who subscribed.

Fascist Voices: An Intimate History of Mussolini’s Italy Duggan ends the book with a selection of laudatory entries recently penned in the guestbook at Mussolini’s tomb—a sobering. In Fascist Voices, Christopher Duggan draws on thousands of letters sent to Mussolini, as well as private diaries and other primary documents, to show how Italian citizens lived and experienced the fascist regime under Mussolini from   Through this approach, Fascist Voices takes up the challenge of understanding why the Duce and his regime appealed to so many Italians.

The author's thoughtful tone and sensitive handling of his sources, which include diaries, police informers' reports and letters sent to Mussolini, enhance the book, and his clear prose makes it eminently readable.In Fascist Voices, Christopher Duggan draws on thousands of letters sent to Mussolini, as well as private diaries and other primary documents, to show how Italian citizens lived and experienced the fascist regime under Mussolini from Throughout the s, Mussolini received about 1, letters a day from Italian men and women of all.