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Paul Johnson is a historian whose work ranges over the millennia and the whole gamut of human activities. He regularly writes book reviews for several UK magazines and newspapers, such as the Literary Review and The Spectator, and he lectures around the world. He lives in London, England.
You learn a few unknown things about these now famous writers or philosophers. Glad to know they were just as impregnated by sins and faults as most of us are. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Hermero
Great read to the open minded reader who can connect with real word, not the made up persona of modern lost souls. Read morePublished 1 month ago by david
good interesting, Johnson does an enormous amount of studyPublished 3 months ago by Edward wilkinson
rather shocking! I am only on Hemingway - middle of book - but enjoying every bit of it. What a wild and eye opening approach to this subject -- and something you would never get... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Soren Kerk
Well written and very informative. Tells the stories that aren't often told of men that have changed the way the world thinks.Published 4 months ago by Daniel Vizoso
Shocking, insightful, sobering; a great exposé of the personal lives and priorities of brilliant men who, unfortunately, have affected the lives of millions.Published 4 months ago by Andrew Bonikowsky
Cranky old reactionary fart with a screw loose. This guy has an ax to grind but can't back up his blowviations with any convincing reasoning. Read morePublished 6 months ago by EarlyXmas