I know little to no history and I want to correct that, what are the books that will teach me about this subject?
>this is murrican summary of history
It is a simplified English language reading programme that encourages historical reading.
I've not found a cartoon history of Scotland that I consider worth using as a teaching tool for complete fucking noobs.
I've not seen Green ever raise reading issues, historiographical issues, or present anything other than a chronicle narrative of the most trite reductivist kind.
In contrast Goznik is worth the read and develops reading skills. Goznik raises sourcing issues, issues to do with narrative representation, complexifies his narrative and occasionally raises historiographical debates.
Why don't you fuck your cunt with a cactus.