3 Books that Humanize History

Humanity is in the details, and these remarkable reads show it by displaying the small snippets of lives lived once upon a time, when humans were very different but also much the same.

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1. ‘Mirrors’ by Eduardo Galeano

2. ‘Benjamin Franklin: An American Life’ by Walter Isaacson

3. ‘The Diary of Samuel Pepys’ by Samuel Pepys

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