Clio, a muse, and other essays, by George Macaulay Trevelyan.
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xi, 195 pages map. 20 cm.
First published in 1913; second edition, 1919, published under title: The recreations of an historian.
Walking.--The Middle Marches.--John Woolman, the Quaker.--John Bunyan.--Poor Muggleton and the classics.--Poetry and rebellion.--History and fiction.--Englishmen and Italians.--If Napoleon had won the battle of Waterloo.--The news of Ramillies.--Clio, a muse.--The present position of history (Inaugural lecture, 1927)
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