18 February, 2016
Category: New Books
A vitalising intellectual presence in Britain and beyond, Trevor-Roper's broad body of work is rightly admired by the great and the good. In this collection of essays contributors, including many of our most distinguished historians, draw on Trevor-Roper's rich archive to explore and celebrate his work, his broad subject-matter and his extraordinary prose. This is also an illuminating look at the preoccupations and values of a generation that was shaped by its struggle with Hitler and the resultant Cold War.