The Past Made Flesh

Jerome de Groot muses on how authors of historical fiction try to flesh out the bare bones of history, drawing on old and new works.

Portrait of Alessandro Manzoni, with Views of Lecco by Giuseppe Molteni and Massimo d’Azeglio, 1835.

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