The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 56, July 1952 - April, 1953 Page: 483
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Book Reviews 483
G. B. Adams, C. H. Firth, C. M. Andrews, Elie Halevy, W. S.
Holdsworth, G. L. Beer, A. P. Newton, Winston Churchill,
Richard H. Tawney, L. B. Namier, and E. Power. The authors
admit that this list is not comprehensive and defend their choice
on the solid ground of their personal interests.
The essays also reflect the individual tastes of the writers.
While some are devoted almost entirely to the nature of the
works of the historians, others give much attention to bio-
graphical matters. Most of the authors show marked interest
in the historian as a teacher. Few are concerned with the me-
chanics of the historical craft. Despite differences of approach,
the authors have produced an essentially unified volume and one
that will be indispensable to students of British history.
J. HARRY BENNETT, JR.
The University of Texas
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