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The Haskalah Movement in Russia, written in 1914, remains a seminal work on the culture and plight of Russian Jews prior to the Revolution. That the rational thinkers covered within these pages were instrumental in the establishment of Hebrew and Yiddish literature and publishing, as well as an influence on the creation of both Reform Judaism and Zionism, makes this work of especial importance in the study of modern Jewish history.
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Kind Of History

Time of history:    -   19th century    -   18th century    -   17th century History of a people?    -   Yes History of religion?    -   Yes Nationality?    -   Russia Religion?    -   Jews!

Subjects of this Historical Account

Religion? (if plays a major part)    -   Jews! Ethnicity (if plays a major part)    -   European/White Is the portrayal sympathetic?    -   Sympathetic From a certain profession/group?    -   religious leaders Intelligence of subject of history:    -   Smart

Setting

Europe    -   Yes European country:    -   Russia City:    -   Moscow

Writing Style

How much gore?    -   1 () How fast-paced is the book?    -   3 () Accounts of torture and death?    -   generic/vague references to death/punishment Book makes you feel...    -   challenged How much focus on stories of individuals?    -   Focuses mostly on history of key players How much romance?    -   1 () Is this a kid's book?    -   Ages 16-Adult Pictures/Illustrations?    -   A handful Length of book    -   350-400 pages How much emphasis on small details?    -   8 ()

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