Standard Name: Arendt, Hannah
Birth Name: Johanna Arendt
Married Name: Stern
Married Name: Blücher
HA trained as a philosopher and spoke of philosophy as her first love. She became better known for her writings on modern history and political theory, in essays, monographs, and her famous or notorious reporting of the Eichmann trial.
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She later became its president. In February 1953 she received the Grand Cross of the Légion d'Honneur (only the second woman to do so).
Her books, however, were listed on the...
“The Times Digital Archive 1785-2007”. Thompson Gale: The Times Digital Archive.
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Elisabeth Young-Bruehl , biographer of Hannah Arendt , points out that this is one of the finest pictures extant of the milieu of the Jewish salon hostess Rahel Varnhagen (of whom Arendt published a biography).
Young-Bruehl, Elisabeth. Hannah Arendt. For Love of the World. Yale University Press, 2004.
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This volume's title and epigraph are taken from The Great Gatsby. Like AR 's other works, Dark Fields of the Republic reflects a diverse group of artistic and social influences, which include the Bible...
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MMC continued to publish in periodicals: short fiction (with collected volumes of stories in 1950 and 1963), essays, and reviews (Sights and Spectacles 1937-1956 and Mary McCarthy's Theatre Chronicles, 1937-1962, two volumes of...
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Late February 1925
29 November 1947
The United Nations passed a resolution which called for the partition of Palestine into two different national entities, one Arab and one Jewish, with Jerusalem to become a city under international rule.