How to write history that people want to read / Ann Curthoys, Ann McGrath Curthoys, Ann, 1945-

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Curthoys, Ann, 1945-
Historiography - Methodology.; History - Philosophy.; History - Methodology.
General; Adult
In that space where research and writing overlap, a marvellous creative process starts to kick in. You have absorbed so much information; some of it seems relevant, even crucial, some less so. Yet you read all that material and rook those notes because you found it fascinating. Perhaps you hoped you would see an obvious thread linking all those disparate pieces of information. But the neural pathways in your brain are starting to make connection s. Whether this happens subconsciously, in your sleep, during bouts of insomnia or while cleaning the kitchen is irrelevant. Your h istorical mind is busy at work. Sometimes you will find yourself staring at a blank computer screen or an unblemished sheer of paper
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