Translator: Heung-shik Oh
880 pages | 223*152mm
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About This Book
"The next far in book.... A formidable work of intellectual history."
--Christian Science Monitor
"An astonishing work, breathtaking bold in conception and passionately written... salutary, exciting, and in its historiographical aspects, convincing." --G. W. Bowersock, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton
"A work which has much to offer the lay reader, and its multi-disciplinary sweep is refreshing: it is an important contribution to his to historiography and the sociology of knowledge, written with elegance, wit, and self-awareness... a thrilling journey... his account is as gripping a tale of scholarly detection and discovery as one could hope to find." --Margaret Drabble, The Observer
About The Author
Martin Bernal is a professor of Government Studies at Cornell University; he was formerly a Fellow of King's College, Cambridge.
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