The Conquest of Peru

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"The historical classics ""came as a revelation""- Macaulay, J.R. Green, Gibbon, Motley"s Dutch Republic, Prescott on Peru and Mexico and The French Revolution. Academic critics today might discern ideologies in all of the above, but that was not Lawson"s reading of them. ""Of politics I knew nothing and cared less"", he recalled, yet his purely literary readings had helped him form ""some very definite opinions on the right and wrong of things social..."""

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See Jack Lawson, 'A Man's Life' (London, 1932)

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Accessed on 2019/09/21 03:32:37

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The Intellectual Life of the British Working Classes
Related place
England
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