[电子书] 1799年至1917年的英语文化圣地[PDF]

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资料摘要:在英格兰的建设的绿色和宜人的土地耶路撒冷的梦想一直是英语典型特征和文化的一部分:但这一设想是怎样形成的在中东耶路撒冷的维多利亚遇到的实际?

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在英格兰的建设的绿色和宜人的土地耶路撒冷的梦想一直是英语典型特征和文化的一部分:但这一设想是怎样形成的在中东耶路撒冷的维多利亚遇到的实际? 1799年至1917年在英语文化圣地,长期提供19世纪的新的魅力与巴勒斯坦的英国文化历史,拿破仑的,没有地中海战役1799年,它标志着英国在土地 参与的新时代,到艾伦比的征服在1917年耶路撒冷。酒吧,优素福认为,圣经词汇的内在新教传统 - “乐土”,“选择的人,”“耶路撒冷” - 并应用到不同的,常常争夺,英格兰的愿景和英国风格独特引起的矛盾心理意识对渴望拥有的帝国的圣地。通俗宗教文化,换言之,是至关重要的东方话语的建构: 如此重要,事实上,这是“圣地”在英文中发挥了比实际圣地本身的文化想象更主导的角色隐喻拨款。由于它的痕迹的多样性“圣地”的维多利亚文化景观 - 字面和隐喻,世俗和神圣的,激进的和爱国的,视觉和文字 - 加入这项研究对帝国思想的传播进行的辩论。借鉴了来源广泛的主日学校的教科书和流行展览,将一分钱杂志和士兵的日记,书演示如何在东方话语的功能 - 或者,更准确地说,在这些故障流行文化领域 - 这如此显着从萨义德的上班:这只是通过探索源超越曲高和寡去,学术,企业或官员,我们可以开始掌握在都市中心东方话语有限的货币,不同的含义它可容纳不同 的社会群体。因此,1799年至1917年在英国文化圣地都提供了一个后殖民研究和英国的社会历史上的重要贡献。

The dream of building Jerusalem in England's green and pleasant land has long been a quintessential part of English identity and culture: but how did this vision shape the Victorian encounter with the actual Jerusalem in the Middle East? The Holy Land in English Culture 1799-1917 offers a new cultural history of the English fascination with Palestine in the long nineteenth century, from Napoleon's failed Mediterranean campaign of 1799, which marked a new era in the British involvement in the land, to Allenby's conquest of Jerusalem in 1917. Bar-Yosef argues that the Protestant tradition of internalizing Biblical vocabulary--"Promised Land," "Chosen People," "Jerusalem"--and applying it to different, often contesting, visions of England and Englishness evoked a unique sense of ambivalence towards the imperial desire to possess the Holy Land. Popular religious culture, in other words, was crucial to the construction of the orientalist discourse: so crucial, in fact, that metaphorical appropriations of the "Holy Land" played a much more dominant role in the English cultural imagination than the actual Holy Land itself. As it traces the diversity of "Holy Lands" in the Victorian cultural landscape--literal and metaphorical, secular and sacred, radical and patriotic, visual and textual--this study joins the ongoing debate about the dissemination of imperial ideology. Drawing on a wide array of sources, from Sunday-school textbooks and popular exhibitions to penny magazines and soldiers' diaries, the book demonstrates how the orientalist discourse functions--or, to be more precise, malfunctions--in those popular cultural spheres that are so markedly absent from Edward Said's work: it is only by exploring sources that go beyond the highbrow, the academic, or the official, that we can begin to grasp the limited currency of the orientalist discourse in the metropolitan center, and the different meanings it could hold for different social groups. As such, The Holy Land in English Culture 1799-1917 provides a significant contribution to both postcolonial studies and English social history.

目录

List of Illustrations xii
List of Abbreviations xiii
Introduction: Holy Lands 1
1. Christian Walks to Jerusalem: English Protestant
Culture and the Emergence of Vernacular Orientalism 18
2. The Land and the Books: High Anglo-Palestine
Orientalism and its Limits 61
3. Popular Palestine: The Holy Land as Printed Image,
Spectacle, and Commodity 105
4. Eccentric Zion: Victorian Culture and the Jewish
Restoration to Palestine 182
5. Homesick Crusaders: Propaganda and Troop Morale in
the Palestine Campaign, 1917 247
Epilogue: The Holy Places Revisited 295

Index 303


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