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Francis Parkman: France and England in North America: Volume Two

Count Frontenac and New France | A Half-Century of Conflict | Montcalm and Wolfe
Edited by David Levin

“…These works are distinguished by Parkman’s vigorous and resourceful prose, alive with ingenious figurative language and resonant description. His method is basically novelistic: he renders specific dramatic scenes, invents appropriate dialogue, and describes his characters’ presumed thoughts and feelings. The result is a panorama that never dwarfs personalities—a demonstration of historical process that is, at the same time, deeply attentive to the human concerns that shaped it.” — The Christian Science Monitor

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ISBN: 978-0-94045011-0 1620 pages

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