The age of capital, 1848-1875

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Scribner, 1975 - History - 354 pages
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This is a great book to understand narrative structures. Campbell takes a qualitative look at stories from cultures around the world, and breaks down mythological stories along a baseline. Read full review

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User Review  - stillatim - LibraryThing

As brilliant as this is as a work of synthesis, I wonder if it might help to know something about the era before you start reading? I knew a little, and it helped enormously. Hobsbawm has a habit of ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
revolut1onary prelude 1 The Springtime of Peoples
9
developments
27
Copyright

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Eric Hobsbawm is a neo-Marxist historian of the Industrial Revolution who pays particular attention to the inequities toward the lower classes, especially in law and politics.

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