The Invention of Tradition Quiz

Eric Hobsawm and Terence Ranger
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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

Hobsbawm suggests that the most informal device for identifying middle class elites was in the form of _______ to acceptable social partners. (from Chapter 7, Mass-Producing Traditions, Europe, 1870-1914)

2.

According to the book, _______ and transport innovation made accenting grandeur even easier for royal ceremonies. (from Chapter 4, The Context, Performance and Meaning of Ritual, The British Monarchy and the 'Invention of Tradition', c. 1820-1977)

3.

At the end of the third period, Cannadine suggests there was a high level of _______ exploitation and commemoration. (from Chapter 4, The Context, Performance and Meaning of Ritual, The British Monarchy and the 'Invention of Tradition', c. 1820-1977)

4.

Love of ______ and economy brought hatred of displays of wealth by the crown, who also endured indifference from the clergy. (from Chapter 4, The Context, Performance and Meaning of Ritual, The British Monarchy and the 'Invention of Tradition', c. 1820-1977)

5.

_______ decided that Welsh culture should be preserved and helped develop the invention of a tradition. (from Chapter 3, From a Death to a View: The Hunt for the Welsh Past in the Romantic Period)

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