The history men: the historical profession in England since the renaissance

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Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1983 - History - 322 pages

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Notable in enlivening the dusty halls of British (principally English) academic historians. At its best its does a really good job in bringing out the clashes of egos behind the histories. Notably evocative on Macaulay and informative on Namier also. Read full review


The Seventeenth Century
The Enlightenment and NeoWhiggism
The High Victorians

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J. P. Kenyon is Professor of History at the University of Kansas.

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