though despite her suffering she is almost bestial, and since the scantily clad standing m a n m a y point at something he finds amusing, it is not inconceivable that the artist with one part of his mind is amused also. This painting, eminently analysed by Wolfthal, reveals to us perhaps better than any other picture in her book just h o w cautious w e must be in attributing to the past, and in particular its artists, any such uncomplicated attitudes as w e m a y hold ourselves. Joost Daalder Department ofEnglish Flinders University Zagorin, Perez, The English Revolution: Politics, Events, Ideas (Variorum Collected Studies Series CS632), Aldershot, Ashgate, 1998; cloth; pp. x, 330; R R P £52.50. This book is a collection of reprinted articles from the long career of Pere Zagorin. It provides a collected look into the development of Zagorin's thought, and of the historiography of the English Revolution in general. However, for those familiar with Zagorin's arguments, there is nothing n e w to be gained from this book, which has been published with little thought, care or effort. The articles in The English Revolution have been selected from almost 50
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Published: Apr 3, 2001
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