A social and cultural investigation of how a modest collection of
farming, fishing and shipping communities without shared language,
religion or government transformed itself in the 17th century into
the formidable empire of the Dutch Republic.
Simon Schama studied history at Cambridge University. Among his books
are The Embarassment of Riches :An Interpretation of Dutch Cultures
in the Golden Age (1987); Citizens :A Chronicle of the French
Revolution (1989); the historical novel Dead Certainties (1991) and
Landscape and Memory (1995). Rembrandt's Eyes is published by Knopf,
and he is currently working on a TV series on art history.
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