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Thomas Paine: A Collection of Unknown Writings (2009-12-09)

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  • By Anthony De Porben Platon on November 21, 2015

    Came as described and on time a birthday gift for family member who loved it.

  • By Kenneth Burchell on April 27, 2010

    This book simply does not meet up to the claims of either the publisher or editor. Most works in this collection are NOT unknown and a good deal were demonstrably not written by Paine. Honestly, I believe it should not have been published since unsuspecting and ill-informed (students among them) are likely to be mislead. A full review just published in the Journal of Radical History of the Thomas Paine Society is available online with an easy search.

  • By Mr. Hugo Lawrence on June 22, 2010

    More than scholarly, this book breathes new life into the story of Thomas Paine. Apart from the new works presented and others already in print, and not seen in former collections of his work, Hazel Burgess's explanatory editorial apparatus refreshingly reveals Paine as an ordinary mortal without detracting from his literary genius. I was fascinated to learn more of the man himself in all his moods.This book makes sense of a previously mysterious and contradictory character who was not quite credible. An excellent read.

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