“Popular Intellectual History at its Near Best” — Washington Post

A wonderful review by Michael Dirda of The Washington Post:

“A fine book…as wide-ranging and anecdotal, as excited and exciting, as those long-ago Sunday morning conversations at Cambridge. To me her book is an example of popular intellectual history at its near best. What’s more, The Philosophical Breakfast Club forms a natural successor to Jenny Uglow’s Lunar Men…and Richard Holmes’s The Age of Wonder.”

Read the full review here.

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