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A short view of the English history
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A Short History of the English People: Illustrated edition. Edited by Mrs. J.R. Green and Miss Kate Norgate. Volume 3. Chapter VIII by John Richard Green and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Story of English is composed of an introduction, nine chapters, and an epilogue. The introduction explains what the authors intend to accomplish in the book and explain some of the animating problems that the author observes. Chapter 1, An English-Speaking World explains how the world came to be dominated by English in recent decades.
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A Short History of the English People is a book written by English historian John Richard Green. Published in"it is a history, not of English Kings or English Conquests, but of the English People." Background and reception. Green began work on the book inhaving been given only six months to live after being hit hard by disease Author: John Richard Green.
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His reign was marked by the beginning of the Hundred Years' War () and epidemics of bubonic plague ("Black Death"), which killed one third of England (and Europe's. (shelved 2 times as historical-story) avg rating — 4, ratings — published Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.
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