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Kagan’s The Pelopponesian War

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 Kagan’s work and his general disposition.

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