G.J. Meyer

G.J. Meyer’s books include The Tudors and A World Undone: the Story of the Great War. Currently he is working on a book on the Borgias and Renaissance Italy, scheduled for publication next year by Random House. A former journalist, he was awarded a Nieman Fellowship by Harvard University and lives in Wiltshire, England.


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AT THE PEAK OF HIS CAREER and in the full ripeness of his abundant talents, the intellectual historian Tony Judt was ...

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