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by Jacques Barzun

eBook God's Country and Mine: A Declaration of Love Spiced with a Few Harsh Words download ISBN: 0837168600
Author: Jacques Barzun
Publisher: Praeger (July 18, 1973)
Language: English
Pages: 344
ePub: 1694 kb
Fb2: 1234 kb
Rating: 4.9
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Category: Traveling
Subcategory: United States

The writings of Jacques Barzun have literally changed my life. This book is one of Barzun's finest. It is insightful, witty, and well organized

The writings of Jacques Barzun have literally changed my life. The first book of his I read was "The House of Intellect". Since then I have gone on to enjoy many of his other masterpieces. It is insightful, witty, and well organized. The rythm and flow of D. arzun's writing are engrossing to the imaginative mind and offer a respite from the staleness of most books that originate in academia. I have always had trouble explaining the meaning of "The American Character". This book (written 50 years ago) is the most profound look.

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1954 God's Country and Mine: A Declaration of Love, Spiced with a Few Harsh Words. "Author and teacher Jacques Barzun has written an authoritative introduction". Reprint Greenwood Press, 1973: ISBN 0-8371-6860-0. The Courier-Mail, January 31, 1987.

Barzun's famous quote, "Whoever wants to know the heart and mind of Amercia had better learn baseball . French historian Jacques Barzun was 104 years old when he died on October 25, 2012 (birthdate: November 30, 1907)

Barzun's famous quote, "Whoever wants to know the heart and mind of Amercia had better learn baseball. is found two-thirds of the way down page 159 of his book, "God's Country and Mine: A Declaration of Love Spiced with a Few Harsh Words," Boston: Little, Brown and C. 1954. You can believe this. French historian Jacques Barzun was 104 years old when he died on October 25, 2012 (birthdate: November 30, 1907). What is Jacques Barzun's birthday? Jacques Barzun was born on November 30, 1907. When was Brooke Barzun born? Brooke Barzun was born in 1972.

Jacques Barzun is the historian of culture and ideas par excellence

Jacques Barzun is the historian of culture and ideas par excellence  . Love, Spiced with a Few Harsh Words 1956 Music in American Life 1956 The Energies of Art 1959 The House of Intellect 1960 Lincoln the Literary Genius (first published in The Saturday Evening Post, 14 February 1959) 1961 The Delights of Detection 1961 Classic, Romantic, and Modern 1964 Science: The Glorious Entertainment 1967 What Man Has Built (introductory booklet to the Great Ages. "Author and teacher Jacques Barzun has written an authorative introduction". 1956 Music in American Life.

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The writings of Jacques Barzun have literally changed my life. The first book of his I read was "The House of Intellect". Since then I have gone on to enjoy many of his other masterpieces. This book is one of Barzun's finest. It is insightful, witty, and well organized. The rythm and flow of Dr.Barzun's writing are engrossing to the imaginative mind and offer a respite from the staleness of most books that originate in academia. I have always had trouble explaining the meaning of "The American Character". This book (written 50 years ago) is the most profound look at what it means to be an American.