7 edition of The death of the past found in the catalog.
The death of the past
J. H. Plumb
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[by] J. H. Plumb.|
|LC Classifications||D13 .P55 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||153|
|LC Control Number||70466941|
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'A welcome reissue of Sir John Plumb's greatest polemic, The Death of the Past.' - Tristram Hunt, The Times. About the Author.
J.H. (Sir John) PLUMB, FBA, is sometime Emeritus Professor of Modern English History, University of Cambridge and was Master of Christ's College, Cambridge from to Cited by: In this book, Plumb argues that that "past is dying, its force weakening, and so it should.
Indeed, the historian should speed it on its way, for it was compounded of Plumb makes a distinction between the "past" and "history." The past is a construction for social and political purposes/5(5).
The Death of the Past Only 1 left in stock - order soon. In this book, J.H. Plumb investigates the way that humankind has moulded the past to give sanction to their institutions of government, their social structure and : Hardcover.
The Death of the Past. In this book, J.H. Plumb investigates the way that humankind has, since the beginning of recorded time, molded the past to give sanction to their institutions of government, their social structure and morality.
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