A Brief History of France tells the story of the formation of this grand nation through its people, great events, and culture. When we think of France we often evoke images of fine food and wine, the elegant boulevards of Paris, and the chic beaches of St. Tropez, but the largest country in Europe has much more to offer than tourist attractions.
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Cecil Jenkins is the Dean of European Studies at Sussex University. He has written books on Francois Mauriac and Andre Malraux, as well as other twentieth century French writers. He lives in London.Review:
In this broad and ambitious drama of two millennia, the characterization of the major players brings pungency and colour to every event. From Capetian kings to Republican presidents, from anonymous cave artists to celebrated writers and intellectuals of recent times it is the personality of politics and the politics of personality which make this book a particular pleasure to recommend for any voyage of discovery of the French past and present. -- Rod Kedward, author of La Vie en Bleu: France and the French since 1900.
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Descripción Running Press, 2011. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P110762441208
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