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Paths of Glory: The Life and Death of General James Wolfe

by Stephen Brumwell

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0773532617, Hardcover)

In 1759 General James Wolfe was killed at Quebec, winning the battle that decided the fate of North America. Just thirty-two years old, Wolfe became a popular hero, immortalised in epic paintings. During the past half century, however, his reputation has waned under assault by critics who see him as a bloodthirsty and priggish mediocrity, famous for one singularly lucky - though crucial - victory. But was there more to James Wolfe than a celebrated death? Stephen Brumwell's highly-praised biography seeks to answer that question, deploying penetrating research and vivid prose to boldly reassess a soldier whose short but dramatic life changed the course of world history.

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Stephen Brumwell provides a major re-examination of the actual records of Wolfe's career and character. He draws upon extensive research to offer a boldly argued reassessment of a soldier whose short but dramatic life unquestionably altered the course of world history. Originally published: 2006.… (more)

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McGill-Queen's University Press

Two editions of this book were published by McGill-Queen's University Press.

Editions: 0773532617, 0773533702

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