By William Mendel Newman, Theodore Evergates, Giles Constable
A whole version of the medieval cartulary according to the 2 manuscript copies.
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49 The list of Newman's dislikes reads like an academic Almanack de Gotha of France and Belgium in the 1930s, headed by Bloch, Charles-Edmond Perrin, Louis Halphen, and Ferdinand Lot and, in Belgium, by Paul Bonenfant, Francois Ganshof, and Fernand Vercauteren. Even Joseph Calmette, who Newman thought treated him with courtesy, was for this reason not above the suspicion of hypocrisy. His opinions of scholars whom he knew only through their writings were equally harsh, and the diary includes many deprecating references to Achille Luchaire, Philippe Lauer, Charles PetitDutaillis, Le*on Levillain, and others.
H e finds 1180 a stupid date, must go on to about 124- (the end of regency of St. Louis). " Halphen apparently added injury to insult by saying that the theses might be acceptable for a degree at Strasbourg but not at Paris. I took care to say little of Bloch yet was forced twice to say frankly that he had given m e the subject a n d never helped m e to work on it. It is obvious that H . dislikes h i m . H e bitterly condemned my having worked alone a n d thus knew nothing of what was going on.
In two entries written twelve days apart in October 1948 he said, "It is paradise to live this way and have so much—books and the time to read them and plan to write" and "This is near heaven, to live this way—will it last? He felt an urge to write on a new topic, since the project on medieval roads seemed increasingly impracticable. In mid-November he wrote, "I must get to work on an article or book and stop just reading etc. I have now gotten back into the work for enough for that. " In December of the following year, shortly before he went to France and near the end of the diary, he was still worrying: If I could only find a topic to work on, all would be well with me; it is peculiar I can never find any, other people do.