What if things had turned out differently? What if Pontius Pilate had pardoned Jesus?
A luminous essay of “literary gastronomy” for food lovers as well as for anyone interested in the nineteenth-century novel
Very accessible and enlightening historiological analyses of the present time (Nazi violence, war suicides, emergencies).
A new biography of Charles V, a highly underestimated character hanging between power and renunciation
The history of Chinese-Western relations — a tale of fascination and fear — recounted by a historian specialising in the Far East
The history of France is presented here in an amusing and unexpected way. The final chapter offers a consideration of themes that remain decisive in the life of France: war, Europe, geopolitics, and others.
This book desacralizes the Shoah and shows that though that genocide had specific characteristics, it can be compared to others.