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Paul Bede Johnson CBE (born 2 November 1928) is an English journalist, popular . 1974 Elizabeth I: a Study in Power and Intellect Weidenfeld & Nicolson.
Paul Bede Johnson CBE (born 2 November 1928) is an English journalist, popular historian, speechwriter, and author. Although associated with the political left in his early career, he is now a conservative popular historian. A prolific writer, Johnson has written over 40 books and contributed to numerous magazines and newspapers. His sons include the journalist Daniel Johnson, founder of Standpoint, and the businessman Luke Johnson, former chairman of Channel 4. Contents. 1974 The Life and Times of Edward III Weidenfeld & Nicolson.
Johnson P. 1974 Elizabeth I: a study in power and intellect. The Court and its politics, in Haigh C. A. (e. The Reign of Elizabeth I. Macmillan, pp. 73-4; Erickson C. 1983 p. 350. Weidenfeld &; Nicolson, p. 339. (обратно). 107. Harrison G. В. 1938 The Elizabethan Journals, 1591–1603 (3 vols). Routledge &; Kegan Paul, vol. 1 p. 284. 108. Read C. 1925 vol. 1 pp. 208-9, 256. 139. Adams S. L. 1984 p. 73.
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Johnson, Paul 1928–(Paul Bede Johnson) PERSONAL: Born November 2, 1928, in Barton, England; son . Elizabeth I: A Study in Power and Intellect, Weidenfeld & Nicolson (London, England), 1974, published as Elizabeth I: A Biography, Holt (New York, NY), 1974.
Education: Attended Stonyhurst College; Magdalen College, Oxford, . Politics: Conservative. Religion: Roman Catholic. A Place in History, Weidenfeld & Nicolson (London, England), 1974, Drake (New York, NY), 1975. A History of Christianity, Atheneum (New York, NY), 1976.
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Books by paul johnson. About the publisher . Did its continuing power lie in its essential immutability, or its capacity to adapt, or both? These are sinewy themes with which to grapple. My third reason was that Jewish history covers not only vast tracts of time but huge areas. Finally the book gave me the chance to reconsider objectively, in the light of a study covering nearly 4,000 years, the most intractable of all human questions: what are we on earth for? Is history merely a series of events whose sum is meaningless? Is there no fundamental moral difference between the history of the human race and the history, say, of ants?