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Author Procyk, Anna, 1937- author.

Title Giuseppe Mazzini's Young Europe and the birth of modern nationalism in the Slavic world / Anna Procyk
Published Toronto : University of Toronto Press, [2019]
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Description 1 online resource (xiii, 242 pages) : illustrations
Contents Introduction; Chapter One: Young Europe as an Idea: The Impact of Exile on the Revolutionary Thought of Giuseppe Mazzini; Giuseppe Mazzini and the Exiled Revolutionaries in France; The Birth of the Risorgimento; Chapter Two: The Risorgimento and the Great Polish Emigration: A Pact Sealed in Heaven or a Marriage of Convenience?; Mazzini's Introduction to the Slavic World; The Pivotal Role of Polish Émigrés in the Birth of Young Europe; Mazzini and Lelewel: An Uncomfortable but Workable Team; Chapter Three: Reception of Mazzini's Ideas in East Central Europe; Polish Perceptions of the Nationality Question in a Resurrected Poland; Young Europe's Emissaries in Action
Chapter Five: Young Poland's Revolutionary Underground in Russian-Ruled Lands; Szymon Konarski: A Mazzinian in Action; Arrest and Execution of a Young European; The Impact of Konarski's Arrest in Galicia and in the Neighbouring Slavic Lands; Suppression of the Political Underground in Galicia; Chapter Six: Sprouts of Young Europe in Ukraine: The Cyril and Methodius Brotherhood; The Role of a Poet as a Disseminator of Young Europe's Ideas; The Legacy of the Cyril and Methodius Brotherhood; Chapter Seven: Young Europe: The Ideological Roots of "The Spring of Nations" in the Slavic World; Political Awakening among the Slovaks and the Czechs; The National Awakening of the Ukrainian Intelligentsia in Galicia; Słowo przestrogi as a Reflection of Ideals and Aims of the 1830s; Conclusion; Notes; Bibliography; Index
Lesław Łukaszewicz: An "Apostle" of Young Poland among the Czechs, Slovaks, and Galician Ruthenians; A "Geological Expedition" to Brno and the Political Awakening of Two Nations; Kampelík's Secret Journey to Cracow; Chapter Four: East Galicia: The Testing Ground of Young Europe's Ideals; The Galician Capital as the Hub of Conspiratorial Action; Revolutionary Currents in the Greek Catholic Seminary; A Pedagogue, a Priest, and a Conspirator: The Rev. Mykola Hordynsky; Finding a Modus Vivendi with Conservative Officialdom; The "Ruthenian Triad" in the Context of Radical Political Thought; The Tortuous History of Two Anthologies; Young Poland under Goszczyński's Leadership; Goszczyński's Departure and the Eclipse of the Association
Summary This book explores the influence of Young Europe - an international alliance founded by Giuseppe Mazzini in 1834 - on the Polish, Slovak, Czech, and Ukrainian intelligentsia in the first half of the nineteenth century
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Mazzini, Giuseppe, 1805-1872 -- Influence
Mazzini, Giuseppe, 1805-1872.
Nationalism -- Europe, Eastern -- History -- 19th century
Polish people -- Europe, Eastern -- History -- 19th century
Youth movements -- Europe, Eastern -- History -- 19th century
Youth -- Political activity -- Europe, Eastern -- History -- 19th century
HISTORY -- Europe -- Eastern.
Influence (Literary, artistic, etc.)
Intellectual life.
Nationalism.
Polish people.
Youth movements.
Youth -- Political activity.
Europe, Eastern -- History -- Intellectual life -- 19th century
Eastern Europe.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
History.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1487531486
9781487531485