Limelight | William Dalrymple

As a writer of history you tend to line up your sources the same way a judge would line up the witnesses. Just the way a judge discounts one witness as he is a fried of the accused or another witness who is on the pay of the prosecution, the historian must also critically evaluate the veracity.

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