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The English Tradition: Modern Studies in English History

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This two-volume history of England emphasises the difference between history as it is presented by modern historians and its traditional approach up to the early twentieth century, which it criticises as taking a narrow elitist viewpoint, since the earlier historians were all from upper middle class backgrounds. So this book critiques the traditional assumptions on which the study of English history was based with a broader-based outlook. It traces the history of England from its beginnings in the fifth century BCE up to the 1960s.

The two volumes are in good condition but with obvious scuffing on the front and back covers. A previous owner's name and a date is written inside both volumes.

Item details

Author(s):
Cantor, Norman and Werthman, Michael
Condition:
Fair
Edition:
1967
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
MacMillan
Title:
The English Tradition: Modern Studies in English History

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This two-volume history of England emphasises the difference between history as it is presented by modern historians and its traditional approach up to the early twentieth century, which it criticises as taking a narrow elitist viewpoint, since the earlier historians were all from upper middle class backgrounds. So this book critiques the traditional assumptions on which the study of English history was based with a broader-based outlook. It traces the history of England from its beginnings in the fifth century BCE up to the 1960s.

The two volumes are in good condition but with obvious scuffing on the front and back covers. A previous owner's name and a date is written inside both volumes.

Author(s):
Cantor, Norman and Werthman, Michael
Condition:
Fair
Edition:
1967
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
MacMillan
Title:
The English Tradition: Modern Studies in English History

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