|LC Classifications||DA3.M3 B4 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 387 p.|
|Number of Pages||387|
|LC Control Number||72116905|
texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. Books to Borrow. Top Lord Macaulay, Victorian liberal by Beatty, Richmond Croom, Publication date Topics Macaulay, Thomas Babington Macaulay, Baron, Pages: Andrew Roberts admires a study of Lord Macaulay, the controversial Victorian who created India in his image. Macaulay: Britain’s Liberal Imperialist by Zareer Masani This book 4/5. Macaulay returned to England in and entered Parliament as a member for Edinburgh. He became secretary for war in , with a seat in Lord Melbourne’s Cabinet, but the ministry fell in , and he found the leisure to publish his Lays of Ancient Rome () . Thomas Babington Macaulay's History of England was a phenomenal Victorian best-seller defining a nation's sense of self, its triumphant rise to a powerfully homogenous nation built on a global empire and its claim to be the modern nation, marking the route to civilization for all others. In this book Catherine Hall explores the emotional, intellectual, and political roots of Zachary Macaulay.
Thomas Babington Macaulay's History of England was a phenomenal Victorian best-seller which shaped much more than the literary culture of the times: it defined a nation's sense of self, charting the rise of the British Isles to its triumph as a homogenous nation, a safeguard of the freedom of belief and expression, and a central world power. In this book Catherine Hall explores the emotional. Zareer Masani. Zareer Masani is the author of Macaulay: Britain’s Liberal Imperialist. He has an Oxford history doctorate and is the author of three other historical books: Indira Gandhi: A Biography, Indian Tales of the Raj and India from Raj to has also written a widely acclaimed family memoir, And All Is Said: Memoir of a Home spent two decades as a current affairs. Then I found more information on Macaulay's speech on a book called Distinguished Anglo-Indians, which contained the text of Lord Macaulay's Minutes on Indian Education (), which told me that Macaulay addressed the parliament on about Indian education.[The date was 10th July ] This speech is usually referred together with his famous Minutes on Indian Education, which was . The standard biography of Macaulay is by his nephew, Sir George Otto Trevelyan, The Life and Letters of Lord Macaulay (2 vols., ; repr. ). Other useful introductions to his life and work are Arthur Bryant, Macaulay (), and Richmond C. Beatty, Lord Macaulay, Victorian Liberal ().
The Infamous Macaulay Speech That Never Was. A quotation supposedly culled from a speech by Thomas Babington Macaulay is a staple of social media forwards and has even been quoted by . Princeton University Library One Washington Road Princeton, NJ USA () Macaulay often overstated his cases when writing, but they contained a hard core of truth (i.e. the Glorious Revolution was broadly beneficial) that went beyond nationalistic boosterism. Sullivan apparently sees Victorian society as complicit in Macaulay's chauvinism, but that hardly captures the complexities of the first modern s: 5. Macaulay often overstated his cases when writing, but they contained a hard core of truth (i.e. the Glorious Revolution was broadly beneficial) that went beyond nationalistic boosterism. Sullivan apparently sees Victorian society as complicit in Macaulay's chauvinism, but that hardly captures the complexities of the first modern s: 6.