The Vices of Integrity E H Carr In Edward Hallet Carr s definitive biography Jonathan Haslam paints a compelling portrait of a man torn between a vicarious identification with the romance of revolution and the ruthless realism of hi

  • Title: The Vices of Integrity: E. H. Carr 1892-1982
  • Author: Jonathan Haslam
  • ISBN: 9781859842898
  • Page: 500
  • Format: Paperback
  • In Edward Hallet Carr s definitive biography Jonathan Haslam paints a compelling portrait of a man torn between a vicarious identification with the romance of revolution and the ruthless realism of his own intellectual formation.

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    1. This biography of E.H. Carr, the preeminent English-speaking historian of the Russian Revolution, is a good account of his motivations and life. The book is fairly dry, however, which isn't surprising considering that he spent much of his long life researching and writing his many, many, many-volume history. It is always a strange thing to read about historians of the Soviet Union who died well before its collapse. I was struck by this passage, written about Carr at the twilight of his life:"The [...]


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