Seven Ages of Paris: Portrait of a City by Alistaire Horne

Seven Ages of Paris: Portrait of a City by Alistaire Horne

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A new history of one of the greatest cities in the world by an internationally acclaimed historian; Alistair Horne takes the history of the city and breaks it down to seven distinct ages, with a foreword taking in Julius Caesar to Philip-Augustus, the great rival of Richard the Lionheart, and an epilogue taking in France since 1968. In between, Horne tells the huge and romantic story of a city constantly in turmoil and change in the middle ages, through the 100 years war, the Paris of Louis XIV, Napoleon, the Commune, the Empire days of Louis-Napoleon and Eugenie, the First World War and De Gaulle. He interweaves historical narrative with telling detail, and social and cultural history. This is destined to be a definitive work on the subject by one of the great historians of France.

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Used: very good. Dust jacket price clipped. Otherwise crisp, clean and bright. 

Publisher:

Macmillan

Date Published:

2002

Format:

Hardback with dust jacket