Books by Rupert Christiansen

Released: May 1, 2001

"A nimbly written, satisfyingly detailed survey, suggesting new directions in considering the Victorian era."
A lively examination of the influence of foreign intellectuals in Victorian England—seen here as both more cosmopolitan and less strait-laced than our popular conceptions generally allow. Read full book review >
Released: March 1, 1995

"An entertaining, disturbing excursion through the City of Light at a defining moment in French history, led by a capable guide."
An engrossing account of Paris under Napoleon III, from the palaces and opera houses to the barricades and cafÇs. Read full book review >