Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire: Vols 1-3 (BOK)

Edward Gibbon

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Easily the most celebrated historical work in English, Gibbon's account of the Roman empire was in its time a landmark in classical and historical scholarship and remains a remarkable fresh and powerful contribution to the interpretation of Roman history more than two hundred years after its first appearance. Its fame, however, rests more on the exceptional clarity, scope and force of its argument, and the brilliance of its style, which is still a delight to read. Furthermore, both argument and style embody the Enlightenment values of rationality, lucidity and order to which Gibbon so passionately subscribed and to which his HISTORY is such a magnificent monument.

Produktfakta

Språk Engelsk Engelsk Utgitt 1993
Forfatter Edward Gibbon Forlag
EVERYMAN'S LIBRARY
ISBN 9781857150957 Antall sider 1952
Dimensjoner 11,3cm x 2,1cm x 13,9cm Vekt 2118 gram
Leverandør Bertram Trading Ltd Andre medvirkende Hugh Trevor-Roper
Emner og form European history, Ancient history: to c 500 CE