Lewis examines the complex combinations of British and Argentine forces involved in the rapid development of modern Argentina after its former pastoral and parochial socio-economic structure was superseded by the formation of a modern republic, which was largely financed by external sources and made it one of the most dynamic and prosperous countries of the mid and late 19th century. His work demonstrates the conflicting, often contradictory, expectations of the parties concerned, and how these divergent expectations and preconceptions were successfully harmonised and evolved.
This impressive collection of turn of the century material reveals the pivotal role of the railway in the Industrial Revolution, and provides a historical background to the modern debate of privatisation. On a broader scale, the material:
Wilkie Collins was an English writer best known for writing mystery novels. Collins was also a good friend of Charles Dickens and often collaborated with him on plays and short stories. Some of Collins' classics include The Moonstone, Armadale, and No Name, but this was also one of his acclaimed works.
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