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Renaissance Florence, Updated Edition – Gene Brucker – Google Books
Please enter your name. Charlotte rated it it was amazing Mar 02, Brucker does an excellent job of using the ample primary source materials located in Florence itself: Share your thoughts with other customers. I found the sections on the economy and politics more interesting then the section on geene, which is a testament to Mr.
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Preview this item Preview this item. Florence in the Age of the Medici and Savonarola, — Ships from and sold bruckre Amazon. His treatment compares favorably with Egne book on the Medici, which covers much the same ground but with little or no use of primary sources. Lucky rated it really liked it Apr 14, Want to Read saving…. Cantor’s “Core ” books on Midevial studies and Cantor himself edited it as part of the “Historical Cities” collection.
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Renaissance Florence – Gene A. Brucker – Google Books
Jessica I rated it it was ok May 06, Brucker states that the book reflects certain interests and prejudices of the author. However, he does get flat and repetitious at times. To ask other readers questions about Renaissance Florenceplease sign up. Some times Brucker quotes writings from memoirs from the time but does not cite the book or pages.
The name field is required. The few footnotes he has provide additional information as an aside, but no citations to sources. User-contributed reviews Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers. Some of these items ship sooner than the others. He also includes another essay, Notes on Florentine Scholarship, where he declares his book was both a synthesis and an exploration of significant themes in the Florentine experience.
This book chronicles the golden age of Florence, from the ‘s through the ‘s.
It is a good introduction to Florence, covering the years to