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But it was a response to very real conspiracies by the defenders of the old order; to forget that is to abandon any hope of making sense of the period. But Reddy has little time for any attempt to articulate emotion with class.

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Cobb, a former Stalinist fellow-traveller who jumped ship, produced important studies of the revolutionary armies, and was unlikely to have been as cavalier as Reddy in abandoning any use of the concept of class. In fact, Reddy seems very ill at ease with the discussion of class. While it may be true that lower aristocrats rubbed shoulders with debt-burdened writers, it is most unlikely that any poor peasants or water-carriers turned up to read out their sonnets.

The treatment of the post-Revolutionary period is even thinner.

Reddy retails some half-truths about Romanticism, obscuring rather than illuminating the question of its similarities to and differences from the sentimentalism of the previous century. Neither rates a mention from Reddy. Finally, Reddy — now obviously up against a deadline — gives a cursory analysis of some legal disputes from the s, to show that his history is not merely literary.

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Here he shows that cases where individual motivation was at stake were conducted in more emotional terms than those which turned on technical points of law. Surprise, surprise! Perhaps this is unfair. There is the germ of an important idea in this book.

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In the old days, an academic would have gone away, pored over the source material for years, and eventually come up with a sober and well-considered assessment. In the modern university with its factory-like drive to productivity, this is unimaginable. Professors are paid to write, not to read, and certainly not to think. Reddy is not a charlatan, merely a victim.