Kagan’s The Pelopponesian War
Posted by Peter W. Schramm
Mac Owens reviews Kagan’s new one volume on the Peloponessian War, and reflects on the writing of history, and the greatest of Greek wars as tragedy. Excellent. I have read into the Kagan volume and I agree it reads very well.
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Well, in my judgment, the Kagan book is full of editing errors that make the book very disappointing as a compendium of the four volume set published by Cornell. I hate to say this because I love Kagans work and his general disposition.