Analysis Of Two Books
This essay is an analytic review of these two important books. It does not attempt to compare the two or consider the books on the same plane but considers each on its own merits. Each book is important, Brinton's text having remained a commanding ...
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This essay is an analytic review of these two important books. It does not attempt to compare the two or consider the books on the same plane but considers each on its own merits. Each book is important, Brinton's text having remained a commanding text in the field some 70 years after its initial publication. The Gulag Archipelgo may have brought down the Soviet Union.
From the Paper:TWO DIFFERENT AND IMPORTANT BOOKS: THE ANATOMY OF REVOLUTION and THE GULAG ARCHIPELAGO They are very different books, but The Anatomy of Revolution and The Gulag Archipelago share one feature in common: each has had a tremendous impact on the audience to which it was addressed, far greater than many other books in either field. In 1938, Crane Brinton published The Anatomy of Revolution in which he analyzed the English, American, French, and Russian revolutions, and tried to draw a unified analytic theory of revolutions from these four experiences. He later reissued the book in 1952, and again in 1965, and it
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