Collected Works of John Stuart Mill: Essays on England, Ireland and the Empire
Routledge, 1991 - 720 pages
In the introduction and the editorial notes, Jean O'Grady explains the methods of compilation and guides the reader through the various sections. As she indicates, this volume is an indispensable route map for the scholars from all historical disciplines concerned with the nineteenth century, as well as for those particularly devoted to Mill studies
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