A fascinating memoir of an extraordinary family told through the vast, four-hundred-year-old house, Knole
Rudyard Kipling; Andrew Lycett
Edited and with a commentary by Kipling expert and author of the much-praised Kipling Abroad, Kipling and the Sea illuminates a side of Kipling's work that has for too long...
This is the first life of Napoleon, in any language, that makes full use of the new version of his Correspondence compiled by the Fondation Napoléon in...
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