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If you could sum up A History of England, Volume 4: The Nineteenth Century and After: 1815-1921 in three words, what would they be?
Illuminating, Thought provoking. Written in the 1920's this is the 19th century from the perspective of a mind formed largely within it and at the height of British imperialism. Well written and full of detail, it's an invaluable find for those who want to see the century from the point of view of one who grew up in it and as he saw it.
What was one of the most memorable moments of A History of England, Volume 4: The Nineteenth Century and After: 1815-1921?
Too many to relate here.
What about Charlton Griffin’s performance did you like?
It takes a few minutes to get used to his voice and tone but it adds greatly to the experience of setting the book and subject in its time.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
No. It's too long for that. I'll gladly listen to it again.
Any additional comments?
Not for apologists or the politically correct but the more enjoyable for that. As I listened it came across as refreshing rather than dated.
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