An Italian villa and a haunting sculpture are at the center of a true story of wealth, obsession, and scandal.
A fictionalized account of French poet--and decadent adventurer--Arthur Rimbaud's meteoric career.
A new life of the European aristocrat who became the "Jazz Baroness."
Following a prominent Midwestern clan through generations, and shifting identities.
Following in the footsteps of nineteenth-century Americans in the City of Light.
The fascinating artistry of an 18th century gentlewoman reveals a hidden world of creative expression in paper.
Socrates's life and work,
at home in Athens.
How two American women, Sylvia Beach and Margaret Anderson, helped row James Joyce’s Ulysses to shore.
Tracing her family history leads the author into a forest of Cold War mysteries.
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