Resentment in History

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This book, by a renowned and distinguished historian, is an arresting account of the role that resentment has played throughout history, from Antiquity and early Christianity through to the present day. At the origin of resentment we always find an injury, an act of humiliation, an affront, a trauma. Those who feel victimized cannot react because they are powerless. They brood on their desire for revenge, which they cannot satisfy but which constantly nags at them. Until finally they explode with anger. This period of ...

Resentment in History 2010, Polity Press

ISBN-13: 9780745646879

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Resentment in History 2010, Polity Press

ISBN-13: 9780745646862

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