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What is History- Arnold. J. Toynbee

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A Study of History – An Introduction to the work of Arnold. J. Toynbee - Very extensive notes on his work.

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Culture Structure Humanities A Study of History Arnold J. Toynbee Cultural geography Arnold Toynbee Civilization World history Societal collapse East Asian cultural sphere Western world
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Culture Structure Humanities A Study of History Arnold J. Toynbee Cultural geography Arnold Toynbee Civilization World history Societal collapse East Asian cultural sphere Western world
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The first volume was published in London in 1934, and subsequent volumes appeared periodically until the twelfth and final volume was published in London in 1961. A two-volume abridgement of volumes 1–10 was prepared by D. C. Somervell with Toynbee’s cooperation and published in 1947 (volume one) and 1957 (volume two) in London. A Study of History in its original form is a huge work. The first ten volumes contain over six thousand pages and more than three million words. Somervell’s abridgement, containing only about one-sixth of the original, runs to over nine hundred pages.1 The size of the work is in proportion to the grandeur of Toynbee’s purpose, which was to analyse the genesis, growth, and fall of every human civilization ever known, what Toynbee termed “C...
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