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Written with consummate imagination and skill, Fractured Times is the last book from one of our greatest modern-day thinkers. Eric Hobsbawm died in See All Customer Reviews.
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But he also cautions the rapid transformation that the cyber-age has wrought. Hobsbawm is convinced that festivals are multiplying like rabbits. What is needed is a usable educational programme aimed at the community of educable youth, not only within a country or a cultural circle, but also worldwide. Eric Hobsbawm was a thinker.
Fractured Times , his last book to be published is like the others before it, worth reading over and over again. Every time there is something new to be discovered in the lectures.
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