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Thanks for your contribution, I'll try to have a look over the essays when I have time to do so. And thanks also for alerting me to the fact that a lot of the comments on this are spam. I only just noticed that today. Once again, thanks.
MattBowronFebruary 10, 2011, 21:28
I have a couple of suggestions for authors you might find interesting.
Lord Acton: his wriotings include "Essays on Freedom and Power"
Condorcet: he wrote a book called something like "Human Progress". I forget the exact title.
You could say they wrote with 'the grand sweep of history" in mind whilst touching on how it effected people and vice versa.January 31, 2011, 05:06
Hi, I'm Matthew and I'm a book-and-dvd-aholic. My addiction began early with my love of comic books. Later at age 12 or 13 I started reading Animorphs. Later I read Neuromancer by William Gibson, and since then I've been reading plenty. I've always looked for a book that connected all the events in history, cultures and how it relates to the individual. But I've never been able to find it. Thus if such a book is not out there, there's an open market for it. Thus I have decided to write my own novel connecting everything. But first I needed a general map ...January 17, 2011, 07:16