After Imperiophobia and black legend, María Elvira Roca Barea recreates from a literary perspective as acute as revealing six decisive moments to understand European history.
"In Imperiophobia, Elvira Roca Barea illuminated our black legend. He applied the rigor of the proven truth against the programmed and torturous lie, throughout centuries. In these 6 exemplary stories, 6 sheds light on very specific and fundamental events starring nobles, kings, ladies and gentlemen, people of the people, in sixteenth-century Europe. Intra-stories within History narrated with a precise, exemplary and enjoyable style".
LAURA REVUELTA, ABC Cultural
With the coming of the Lutheran schism, the Mediterranean-Catholic world unconsciously assumes the discourse of moral supremacy imposed by the Protestant north. Thus words like "freedom", "tolerance", "science" and "Reformation" remai...read more