A Concise History of Greece (Cambridge Concise Histories)

A Concise History of Greece (Cambridge Concise Histories)

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Richard Clogg
Cambridge University Press
Edition: 3, 2013-12-12
EAN 9781107612037, ISBN10: 1107612039

Paperback, 336 pages, 21.4 x 13.8 x 1.8 cm

Review of previous edition: 'Succinct, accurate and graphic … Readers who go no further than this concise history will have at their disposal the basic knowledge to understand Greece and what made it what it is today.' Times Literary Supplement

Review of previous edition: 'A vigorous, well-written … and occasionally humorous view of Greek history since 1770, remarkable in the amount of information and context it provides.' Diana Wright, Bryn Mawr Classical Review

Review of previous edition: 'Anyone who wants an accurate and lively narrative of Greece's political history could not do better than this book.' Times Literary Supplement

Review of previous edition: 'It is a highly accessible and readable introduction to Greek history as well as a useful reference source on modern Greece.' European Legacy Journal

Review of previous edition: 'Time for only one book? Make it Richard Clogg's A Concise History of Greece.' Michael Kerr, 'The Best Summer Holiday Reads', The Telegraph

Review of previous edition: 'Professor Clogg's slim and lively volume intersperses an authoritative account of the last 200 years of Greek history with a sensitive analysis of the Greek national character.' John Torode, The Independent

Review of previous edition: '… provides a thorough insight to what made Greece the way it is today … Written in a readable style rather than as a reference book, it has enough detail for the scholar and clarity for those with a more general interest in Greek history.' Greek-o-File

Review of previous edition: 'Far and away the best summary of the subject.' Insight Guides: Greece