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Master of Arts (MA)
Henry Cabot Lodge (1850-1924), Historiography
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By birth, education, and association, Henry Cabot Lodge belonged to an established New England tradition of attention to history and respect for historical writing. He lived during troubled times, and he realized, as his writings indicate, that America was rapidly changing, that old habits were disappearing, and that powerful new forces were at work in the nation and the world. How Lodge reacted to these circumstances is reflected, in part, in his historical writing.
This thesis is an examination of Lodge's historiographic efforts. It is an attempt, through an analysis of style and predominant themes, to describe the cultural values that lie behind simple historical narrative.
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Singer, Claude, "The grim security of the past: the historiography of Henry Cabot Lodge" (1973). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 1591.