One tends to forget that the original meaning of “left” and “right” come from the dispositions and seating plan of the elected members of the Revolutionary French Assembly, and... Read morePublished 8 months ago by L. King
I am sorry to say that this one I did.
I just put it down.
I am no PC bleeding heart.
I want to understand. Read more
Nothing new to be found here, even from an ultra leftist French view of the world. Don't bother reading it.Published 10 months ago by R Warren
Levy writes: "...this is a critique of those who, inspired by the desire to create a heaven on earth, were--and are, more than ever--led to a flirtation with darkness, barbarism,... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Il'ja
Don't know what audience he wrote this book for but it wasn't for me. Wordy and seems he was writing for himself. I only read a couple of chapters.Published on September 22, 2011 by Mary B. Snyder
Inspired to read some of Levy's work because of his involvement in Libya - especially that President Sarkozy was convinced to act by Levy's encouragement - I found this for 1 penny... Read morePublished on July 1, 2011 by W. Jamison
Bernard Henri-Levy has a problem politically. He doesn't agree with the mainstream left but he cannot bring himself to migrate to the political right. Read morePublished on May 25, 2011 by Mark bennett
The reason I can hardly bear to read Victor Hugo is the incessant name-dropping of Important! French! Philosophers! This book is no better. Read morePublished on March 19, 2011 by M. Heiss
As you can see from the other reviews, because of the author's writing style this is not an easy book to like. Read morePublished on January 10, 2011 by Ed Gehead