Gentleman Rebel: The Memoirs of H. Stuart Hughes

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Ticknor & Fields, 1990 - Europe - 326 pages
The author reminisces about his sheltered upbringing, education, experiences during World War II, State Department tenure, and his careers as an educator and politician

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Gentleman rebel: the memoirs of H. Stuart Hughes

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Hughes, distinguished author of 11 books on European cultural and intellectual history, applies his analytical and narrative powers to the study of his own life. Now a professor emeritus at University ... Read full review

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Sherwood Forest
12
HIERARCHIES
45
SUBLIMATIONS
69
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About the author (1990)

H. Stuart Hughes is emeritus professor of history at the University of California at San Diego. He was formerly professor of history at Harvard University. Among his many books are Prisoners of Hope: The Silver Age of the Italian Jews, Consciousness and Society, Between Commitment and Disillusion, and Sophisticated Rebels.

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