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by Gerry McCarthy

Theodore Zeldin is a fellow and former dean of St. Antony’s College, Oxford. The Magazine Litteraire in France has called him "one of the hundred most important thinkers in the world." He is best known in North America for his book An Intimate History of Humanity. His most recent book is entitled Conversation: How Talk Can Change The World. The book began as a series of talks first broadcast on the BBC. I reached Zeldin by telephone in Oxford.

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