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Gay and Webb unravel a complex and key continent's modern past--from the Renaissance to the end of WWII-in a most engaging ananconceptual manner. It breaths life into the personalities that shaped our modern sense of politics, culture, war, and religion.
Gay and Webb unravel a complex and key continent's modern past--from the Renaissance to the end of WWII-in a most engaging ananconceptual manner. Unlike all too many sweeping histories, it is far from just another collection of disconnected dates.
by. Gay, Peter, 1923-; Webb, R. K. (Robert Kiefer), 1922- joint author. Europe - History - 1492-. New York, Harper & Row.
Gay was the recipient of numerous awards, including the National Book Award and the received the American Historical Association's (AHA) Award for Scholarly Distinction.
Gay, Peter; Webb, . Published by Harper & Row (1973). ISBN 10: 0060422858 ISBN 13: 9780060422851.
Peter Gay. Gay in 2007. Gay received numerous awards for his scholarship, including the National Book Award in History and Biography for The Rise of Modern Paganism (1967), the first volume of The Enlightenment; the first Amsterdam Prize for Historical Science from The Hague, 1990; and the Gold Medal of the American Academy of Arts and Letters, 1992 Style in History, 1974.
Modern Europe : Modern Europe since 1815.
Redirected from R. Webb). Webb was educated at Oberlin College, taking his AB summa cum laude in 1947. Modern England (1968). with Peter Gay), Modern Europe since 1815 (1980). Webb) Webb was educated at Oberlin College, taking his AB summa cum laude in 1947. He served in the United States Army Artillery during World War II, rising to master sergeant. In 1951 he received a PhD from Columbia University. In his historical works, Webb focused on Britain's avoidance of revolution during the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, as well .
The book is in five parts: The Enlightenment and Its Heritages; Mind and Culture in the Victorian Middle Classes .
The book is in five parts: The Enlightenment and Its Heritages; Mind and Culture in the Victorian Middle Classes; European Cultural Modernism; Culture, Politics, and Society in Twentieth-Century Germany; and Freud and the History of Psychoanalysis. The essays have been written in honor of Peter Gay, one of the most provocative and influential historians of the twentieth century and one of the leading American scholars of European thought and culture today; the essays reflect themes and issues running through his work.
Books listed by ISBN HarperCollins peter gay and r. webb. peter gay and r. 978-O-O6-O42285-1 (O-O6-O42285-8). P. Gay · P R · Peter A. · Peter Gay · Peter R. Peter Gayer. Gay, Peter, 1923-. cut-off text due to tight binding. Webb, R. (Robert Kiefer), 1922-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Trent University Library Donation.
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