'œClearly and gracefully written, this book is a model treatment of an individual unjustly neglected by posterity. Brundage has rescued Green from the disdain of those who prefer other forms of historical inquiry. One happy effect of this work, in conclusion, is to cause reflection upon the common enterprise that unites the readers of Albion; it is one of the many reasons why this study of Green deserves attention.'' AlbionAnthony Brundage is the author of 'The People's Historian: John Richard Green and the Writing of History in Victorian England (Discographies)', published 1993 under ISBN 9780313279546 and ISBN 0313279543.
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