Imhof, Arthur E.: LOST WORLDS - HOW OUR EUROPEAN ANCESTORS COPED WITH EVERYDAY LIFE AND WHY LIFE IS SO HARD TODAY
Arthur E. Imhof, translated by Thomas Robisheaux
University Press of Virginia [c1996]
xx, 224 p.
Imhof, Arthur E.
LOST WORLDS introduces to English-speaking readers one of the most
original and engaging historians in Germany today. By exploring the
various systems that made sense out of [early European life]-
astrology, the folklore of the seasons, and Christian interpretations
of birth, confirmation and death - Imhof expands the book into a
speculation on why life in the late twentieth-century can seem
meaningless and difficult.
Studies in Early Modern German History
ISBN: 0-8139-1659-3 Cloth $29.95
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