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|Title:||Nikolaos Gyzis's The Secret School and an Ongoing National Discourse||Authors:||Danos, Antonis||Keywords:||Γύζης , Νικόλαος , 1842-1901;Painters -- Greece;Γύζης Νικόλαος, 1842-1901||Issue Date:||2002||Source:||Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide, Vol. 1, nο.2, 2002||Link:||http://www.19thc-artworldwide.org/autumn_02/articles/dano.shtml||Description:||The rediscovery of an ethnic past furnishes vital memories, values, symbols, and myths, without which nationalism would be powerless. But those myths, symbols, values and memories have popular resonance because they are founded on living traditions of the people . . . [and they invoke] presumed kinship and residence ties to underpin the authenticity of the unique cultural values of the community.||URI:||http://ktisis.cut.ac.cy/handle/10488/111||Rights:||© 2002–3 Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide and Antonis Danos. All Rights Reserved.||Type:||Article|
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