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Essential E. P. Thompson / Edition 1
     

Essential E. P. Thompson / Edition 1

by E. P. Thompson
 

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ISBN-10: 1565846222

ISBN-13: 2901565846226

Pub. Date: 03/01/2001

Publisher: New Press, The

E. P. Thompson was one of the most visionary and influential historians of the twentieth century, acclaimed as the innovator of "history from below"-the immersion in the many details of everyday life, particularly among the working class, as a vital means of understanding the past and the patterns of history itself. The Essential E. P. Thompson, the largest collection

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E. P. Thompson was one of the most visionary and influential historians of the twentieth century, acclaimed as the innovator of "history from below"-the immersion in the many details of everyday life, particularly among the working class, as a vital means of understanding the past and the patterns of history itself. The Essential E. P. Thompson, the largest collection of Thompson's historical work published in one volume, gives us the full range of his scholarly output, from The Making of the English Working Class and William Morris: Romantic to Revolutionary, to Albion's Fatal Tree and Customs in Common, all of which reflect "the union of knowledge with imagination and conviction" (The New York Times Book Review) that was the hallmark of Thompson's life and work.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2901565846226
Publisher:
New Press, The
Publication date:
03/01/2001
Series:
New Press Essential Series
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
498

Table of Contents

Introductionvii
IPolitics and Culture
The Making of the English Working Class
Preface3
Exploitation9
The Weavers30
Class Consciousness73
Mary Wollstonecraft185
William Morris: Romantic to Revolutionary
The "Anti-Scrape"192
The River of Fire206
Postscript: 1976233
Rejections and Reconciliations, from "Alien Homage"274
IILaw and Custom
The Grid of Inheritance, from Making History287
The Moral Economy of the English Crowd in the Eighteenth Century, from Customs in Common316
The Crime of Anonymity, from Albion's Fatal Tree378
The Rule of Law, from Whigs and Hunters432
IIIHistory and Theory
The Poverty of Theory and Other Essays
Historical Logic445
Marxism and History460
IVReading and Writing History
History from Below481
Agenda for Radical History, from Making History490
A Selection of Further Readings497

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