The Invention of Tradition Quiz

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


According to the book, the Welsh were once addicted to ________ and fortune tellers, long after their popularity died out in England. (from Chapter 3, From a Death to a View: The Hunt for the Welsh Past in the Romantic Period)


The sites of the great events of the Indian uprising were a destination for the English and included all of the following except ______. (from Chapter 5, Representing Authority in Victorian India)


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)


Hobsbawm compares and contrasts the universal political tradition practices of ________ and France. (from Chapter 7, Mass-Producing Traditions, Europe, 1870-1914)


The book suggests that African politicians, nationalists, and ________ were left with ambiguous legacies. (from Chapter 6, The Invention of Tradition in Colonial Africa)

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