By Thomas N. Bisson
The authors of Cultures of Power proffer assorted views at the prehistory of presidency in Northern France, Spain, Germany, the Low nations, and England. Political, social, ecclesiastical, and cultural background are delivered to endure on themes akin to aristocracies, girls, rituals, commemoration, and manifestations of strength via literary, criminal, and scriptural means.
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