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Photo of William Winwood Reade published in 1910

William Winwood Reade (26 December 1838 – 24 April 1875)<ref>A. C. Grayling & Andrew Pyle (2006). The Continuum Encyclopedia of British Philosophy, Vol. 1, Thoemmes Continuum, p. 2673.</ref> was a British historian, explorer, and philosopher. His two best-known books, The Martyrdom of Man (1872) and The Outcast (1875), were included in the Thinker's Library.


William Winwood Reade sections
Intro   Biography    The Martyrdom of Man (1872)   The Outcast (1875)   References in literature   Works   References    External links   

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