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Biography is the oldest way of writing about historical events; and one of the most popular. Looking at the complex relationship between the discipline of history and the writing of lives; Biography and History: * is the first work to explore the signific
The second edition of Essaying the Past features a variety of updates and enhancements to further its standing as an indispensible resource to all aspects of researching and writing historical essays. * Includes expert advice on writing about history;...
David Carr outlines a distinctively phenomenological approach to history. Rather than asking what history is or how we know history; a phenomenology of history inquires into history as a phenomenon and into the experience of the historical. How does histo
...eminently readable ...admirably picks up the spirit of what Hegel is saying...more readable and accurate than Hartmann's; and it trans-lates a more readable text than does Nisbet's. It includes (as Hartmann's does not) an excerpt; which serves as chapt
To write history successfully; it is essential to understand the nuts and bolts of technique as well as the basic underlying principles which are too rarely made explicit; but which govern the whole process. I. W. Mabbett carefully analyses these princip