Future Of The European Past

Future Of The European Past

by Hilton Kramer
     
 

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Ten distinguished observers confront the pervasive attack on the moral and cultural achievements of European civilization, and reflect on the fate of Europe's legacy. Caustic and convincing...a thought-provoking collection of essays. —Norman Davies, Wall Street Journal  See more details below

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Ten distinguished observers confront the pervasive attack on the moral and cultural achievements of European civilization, and reflect on the fate of Europe's legacy. Caustic and convincing...a thought-provoking collection of essays. —Norman Davies, Wall Street Journal

Editorial Reviews

Times Literary Supplement
Powerful...Hilton and Kramer take their axes to the roots of the problem. A counterblast to the attacks on the moral and cultural achievements of European civilization.
— George Walden
The Washington Times
The strength of this book is its usefulness in helping a reader discriminate within a large and unquestionably problematic, but also mixed, field of cultural, political, literary, and artistic situations.
— Colin Walters
Wall Street Journal
Cogent and convincing...an articulate and thought-provoking collection.
— Norman Davies
American Outlook
The Future of the European Past offers acute insight into the modern decay of the empires of the mind that have for centuries defined Europe.
— Bruce Alan Johnson
The Wall Street Journal
Cogent and convincing...an articulate and thought-provoking collection.
— Norman Davies
American Outlook - Bruce Alan Johnson
The Future of the European Past offers acute insight into the modern decay of the empires of the mind that have for centuries defined Europe.
Times Literary Supplement - George Walden
Powerful...Hilton and Kramer take their axes to the roots of the problem. A counterblast to the attacks on the moral and cultural achievements of European civilization.
The Washington Times - Colin Walters
The strength of this book is its usefulness in helping a reader discriminate within a large and unquestionably problematic, but also mixed, field of cultural, political, literary, and artistic situations.
The Wall Street Journal - Norman Davies
Cogent and convincing...an articulate and thought-provoking collection.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781566635813
Publisher:
Ivan R Dee
Publication date:
01/21/2004
Pages:
251
Product dimensions:
5.40(w) x 8.36(h) x 0.88(d)

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