3 edition of A little history of a great city found in the catalog.
On cover: Chicago, from the coming of Marquette and La Salle, 1673, to a Century of progress exposition, 1933-34.
|Statement||[by] Frederic William Bond; an informal presentation of the author"s impressions of the most significant episodes in the birth, struggles and growth of the wonder city of the world, Chicago; illustrations by Kate Bacon Bond.|
|LC Classifications||F548.3 .B72|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||6 p. l., 15-137,  p., 1 l.|
|Number of Pages||137|
|LC Control Number||35004383|
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For younger readers, it will, or should, function as a blueprint or study guide. Written in prose that is clear and free from the diktat of theory and criticism, A Little History of Literature is an enjoyable account of a lifelong involvement with literature."—John Vukmirovich, Times Literary Supplement/5(64).
Mr. Gombrich originally published this book in Vienna in It is written for a younger audience which results in a clear, engaging narrative. There are 40 short chapters which include sections on: Ancient Greece and Egypt, the Roman Empire, Alexander the Great, Genghis Khan, Jesus, Mohammed, the Middle Ages, /5(44).
The Little Book of Big History breaks down the main themes of Big History into highly informative and accessible parts for all readers to enjoy. By giving a truly complete timeline of world events, this book shines a whole different light on history as we learned it and makes us think of our history – and our future – in a very different way.5/5(1).
A Little History of the World. Gombrich’s book offers a wealth of information written in a conversational and entertaining style. The Educator’s Guide closely follows Gombrich’s book; questions are derived from his headings, page number references are throughout the guide, and detailed answers are almost always given.
A LITTLE HISTORY OF THE WORLD This is a text dominated not by dates and facts, but by the sweep of mankind's experience across the centuries, a guide to. A Little History of the World presents his lively and involving history to English-language readers for the first time.
Superbly designed and freshly illustrated, this is a book to be savored and collected. In forty concise chapters, Gombrich tells the story of man from the stone age to the atomic bomb/5. A Little History of the World (originally in German, Eine kurze Weltgeschichte für junge Leser) is a history book by Ernst Gombrich.
It was written in in Vienna, Austria, when Gombrich was 26 years old. He was rewriting it for English readers when he died inat 92, in London. Gombrich insisted that only he translate the book into English. “When the Little Golden Books were launched in at 25 cents each, they changed publishing history,” according to Penguin Random House.
“For the first time, children’s books were high. A little history of urban transportation. TTP S. Handy. 3/30/ Recap of Key Concepts – 7 miles – city area = π And in that century of great technological progress, in.
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. This is exactly what it says it is a LITTLE history of the size of the book alone should be an indicator of that.
As a historian, a history teacher and a homeschool mom, I love this book when paired with more in depth material/5(). In BC there was a great city in India called the Mohenjo Daro. It was discovered in the s.
In BC Shi Haung-ti ordered that all history books were to be burned and the only books that could be allowed were books on useful subjects. He wanted to start China over and build it from scratch, he also built the Great Wall of China.
A few pages on the geological history of Oklahoma (it was once at the bottom of the sea) jump to a few pages on the Oklahoma City Thunder’s. The Little City Five; About Us.
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David Maraniss’s “Once in a Great City” concerns Detroit in — a crucial year, this book asserts, in the city’s history, marking the end of.
Legendary accounts surround the life of Alexander the Great, many deriving from his own lifetime, probably encouraged by Alexander himself. His court historian Callisthenes portrayed the sea in Cilicia as drawing back from him in : Philip II of Macedon.
out of 5 stars LONDON THE STORY OF A GREAT CITY Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 2 June This is a great reference book for people wanting to know about the social history of London it is well written with copies of documents relating to London's history/5(11).
Looking for background for an upcoming trip to Montreal, I was fortunate to have come across Paul-Andre Linteau's book, which gave a wonderful historical perspective of the evolution of Montreal. Enjoyed the very early history up the 20th century, when there the problems and history of a great this an city were not unique/5(15).
'A little history of the world' presents his lively and involving history to English-language readers for the first time.
Superbly designed and freshly illustrated, this is a book to be savored and 4/5(39). A little history of the world/Ernst Gombrich. ISBN 0–––4 (cl.: alk. paper) 1. World history––Juvenile literature. Title. DG64 —dc22 A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library.
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Book Description: E. Gombrich's bestselling history of the world for young readers tells the story of mankind from the Stone Age to the atomic bomb, focusing not on small detail but on the sweep of human experience, the extent of human achievement, and the depth of its frailty.
The book would have benefited from a little more context, like the causes and consequences of its devastating riot and an analysis of the role that the city’s reliance on a.
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The book begins with "once upon a time," and throughout you feel that the author is speaking directly to you. You’d be hard-pressed to find anyone more knowledgeable about Denver than historian Tom Noel. Nicknamed “Dr. Colorado,” Tom has written the definitive book about The Mile High City, Denver: Mining Camp to Metropolis (Univ.
Press of Colorado,with Stephen J. Leonard), along with several other works covering Colorado’s long and rich history. Review: A Little History of the World by EH GombrichGombrich's world history for children is just as likely to please adults, says Alyssa McDonaldAuthor: Alyssa Mcdonald.
A Little History of the United States James West Davidson. Yale Univ, $25 (p) ISBN Buy this book Historian The book is divided into 40 brief, easily digestible chapters. Gombrich is most famous as the author of The Story of Art (), which started out as a book for teens, but was so readable and worthwhile that it became a standard university text and went through multiple editions in numerous languages.5/5.
The Great Gatsby. view of the water, a partial view of my neighbor’s lawn, and the consoling proximity of millionaires—all for eighty dol-lars a month. Across the courtesy bay the white palaces of fashionable East Egg glittered along the water, and the history of the summer really begins on the evening I File Size: KB.
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Becky Little. Becky Little is a In andone city experienced two enormous tragedies: the Great Plague of London and the Great Fire of London.
That’s a technique book publishers. Alexander the Great was an ancient Macedonian ruler and one of history’s greatest military minds who, as King of Macedonia and Persia, established the.
Thus opens the chapter in this book on the Roman Empire. And this is typical of the tongue-in-cheek humor and friendly writing style of this very appealing world history presentation. I can't use the word "textbook" to describe it since it would be a drastic misrepresentation of the book's style.
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Carr. Publisher Description Inwith a doctorate in art history and no prospect of a job, twenty-six-year-old Ernst Gombrich was invited to attempt a history of the world for younger readers.
Amazingly, he completed the task in an intense six weeks, and Eine kurze Weltgeschichte für junge Leser was published in Vienna to immediate success.4/5. A Little History is a dangerous thing By Ann Talbot 5 November E.H. Gombrich, A Little History of the World, translated by Caroline Mustill, Yale, £ The right-wing British historian.
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More than 1, teachers and. The international bestseller available in English for the first time: E. H. Gombrich’s world history for the curious of all ages E. H. Gombrich’s bestselling history of the world for young readers tells the story of mankind from the Stone Age to the atomic bomb, focusing not on small detail but on the sweep of human experience, the extent of human achievement, and the depth of its frailty.Little City Books.
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