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Footsteps is a profound inquiry into biography, autobiography and the process of self knowledge.Published 3 months ago by Susan Grossman
As fascinating as the writers the author pursued, fluid prose and neat contexturalising with events in his own 60s and 70s life.Published 12 months ago by Ronnie Bosch
I loved every story he told in it, but the part about Mary Wollstonecraft was very interesting. I never knew that about her.Published 18 months ago by Timely Reminder
I have just reread this, and wanted to echo the other 5 star reviewers. When I originally read it, it spun me off into reading all the other books he mentioned, and helped me... Read morePublished 21 months ago by toronto
Entranced with the search of romantics in Europe, Holmes' first person narrative entranced me as he followed in the footsteps of Louis Stevenson's journey thru provincial France;... Read morePublished 24 months ago by Anna L. Tonna Brown
THIS BOOK WAS SUGGESTED TO ME AND I CONSIDER THE SUGGESTION A GIFT--NOT ONLY REALLY, REALLY INTERESTING STUFF ABOUT THE ROMANTICS STARTING WITH ROBERT L. Read morePublished on August 12, 2013 by Joan Wood
Richard Holmes is one of the very best biographers of the romantic period whose works are set principally in Europe and especially England. Read morePublished on December 5, 2010 by Bernard G. Elliker