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Century Of The Scotish People

T. C. Smout

Paperback

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Century Of The Scotish People

Synopsis

A new cover reprint of the second volume of T. C. Smout’s magnificent – and indispensable – account of the Scottish people, from 1830–1950. ‘Professor Smout’s History of the Scottish People 1560–1830 was hailed as a classic piece of social history. If you had time to read only one book on Scotland, this was it…Unfortunately, you now have to read two…A Century of the Scottish People is as satisfying and enlightening as its predecessor.’ John Kenyon, Observer ‘An admirable example of how academic history may yet be written for the general reader. It is deeply enjoyable, lively, packed with interesting detail, illuminating anecdote and pithy observation.’ Allan Massie, The Times

Product Details

ISBN:
9780006861416
Category:
General
Format:
Paperback
Publication Date:
1987-07-23
Publisher:
HarperCollins Publishers
Illustrations:
58 b/w plates (32pp)
Country of origin:
GBR
Edition:
New ed
Pages:
336
Pagination:
336 pages, 58 b/w plates (32pp)
Dimensions (mm):
129 x 198 x 17
Weight:
297g

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