The unconventional story of three women and their unconventional lives in the early twentieth century.
As our own yellow press goes from strength to strength, what can the history of slander and libel teach us?
The French Revolution as seen from Versailles.
Robert Gildea examines France between the revolution and World War I.
There was little enthusiasm for revisiting the camps in Communist Hungary. Author Imre Kertész refracts that reluctance in fictional form.
A mosaic of anecdotes and historical snapshots surveys the sociological diversity of France, past and present.