An Anglo-American Plutarch

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University Press of America, 1990 - Biography & Autobiography - 295 pages
An Anglo-American Plutarch emulates Plutarch by comparing and contrasting the lives of ten famous British and ten famous American historical figures. Each of the pairs is given an historical introduction, followed by interpretive essays on each of the paired lives, and a summary of their historical significance.

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Conservative Revolutionaries
28
Ardent Abolitionists
56
Soldiers of Fortune
82
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Alan Burton, MD, Professor of Anesthesia, University of Texas School of Medicine.

Michael Fisch, MD, Professor of Oncology, University of Texas School of Medicine.

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