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May 26, 2006 by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
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The historical novelRomance against romanticismNew trials for old favoritesThe study of fictionAlphonse DaudetOn a novel of Thackeray'sH.C.
BunnerLiterature as a professionThe relation of the drama to literatureThe conventions of the dramaA critic of the acted drama: William ArcherThe art and mystery of collaboration.
There are two new essays on the philosophy of education, and the essay which gives the work its title, 'What is History?', is just one of over half a dozen discussions of the nature of historical knowledge. Oakeshott's later sceptical, 'hermeneutic', thought is also well represented by pieces such as 'What is Reviews: 1.
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