The Birth of Modern Britain: A Journey into Britain’s Archaeological Past: 1550 to the Present

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I read this book because I wanted to understand modern society better. I read Francis Pryor's previous book "The History of the British landscape" and I enjoyed it and found it gave me a much better understanding of society, for example the distance of the hills forts are a certain distance and time progress the distances became greater as stronger hill forts gain control of smaller hill forts lands.

I though I would try the same approach for Modern History. I don't know is it b I read this book because I wanted to understand modern society better.

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I don't know is it because modern history falls between different disciplines. There seems to be no cohesive narrative the parts are not brought together to tell the bigger picture. It is a sequences of isolated facts. Though there are gems eg century the lords started separating the social lives from the underclass, no feasting halls small intimate dining with their social equals.

I wanted get a better understand on the history on how we became individuals rather than part of a larger social group, such as a village. This book did not give me that, maybe I will give it a re-read but at the moment I did not get what I wanted out of the book.

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