From Baghçesary Salsabil to Bakhchisarai Fountain: The Transference of Tatar Triumph to Tears
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Contents of whole book: Catherine the Great's 'Greek project' and the ideology of court architecture during her reign / Dmitry Shvidkovsky -- Shadows in the city: public representations and private identities in Warsaw during the Stalin era / David Crowley -- The Devil's work: unholy relics of Nazi Germany / Jonathan Meades -- The triune identity of Romanian architecture: mid-twentieth century state building / Augustin Ioan -- 'Singing of the nation, invocation of the Holy Ghost': Wyspianski's Veni Creator hymn / Marta Romanowska -- An architectural icon for Hungary: Vajdahunyad Castle / József Sisa -- The Ruler Prince of Moldavia, Vasile Lupu, and the church of Golia Monastery / Anca Brãtuleanu -- Calling time on the yoke: Revival period clock towers in Bulgaria / Rachel Angelova -- From the peasant estate to the industrial city: images of the world of the Russian entreperneurs (1780s - 1910s) / Ekaterina Shorban -- New developments and historical continuities in contemporary Hungarian artistic allegiances / Katalin Keserü -- Latvian fates: reflections on sculpture / Zigfrids Sapietis -- From Baghçesaray 'Salsabil' to Bakhchisarai Fountain: the transference of Tatar triumph to tears / Jeremy Howard.
Howard, J.C. (2002). From Baghçesary Salsabil to Bakhchisarai Fountain: The Transference of Tatar Triumph to Tears. In: J.C. Howard (Ed.) By Force or By Will: The Art of External Might and Internal Passion pp. 177-190
By Force or By Will: The Art of External Might and Internal Passion
This is the last chapter of a book which was based on a conference held in the late 1990s at St Andrews
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