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Western Civilizations: Their History and…
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Western Civilizations: Their History and Their Culture (Western… (original 1941; edition 1993)

by Robert E. Lerner (Author)

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Title:Western Civilizations: Their History and Their Culture (Western Civilizations, Their History & Their Culture)
Authors:Robert E. Lerner (Author)
Info:W W Norton & Co Inc (1993), Edition: 12th, 682 pages
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Western Civilizations: Their History and Their Culture by Edward McNall Burns (1941)

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This text tends to amount to little more than a sequence of names and associated catchphrases, joined together by a few conventional overarching ideas and presented in a prosaic style. ( )
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The entire span of human history can be divided roughly into two periods, the Age of Stone and the Age of Metals.
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