Tag Archives: byzantine history
The true-life adventures of a man who was Emperor by day and unsleeping demon by night – and the sexually ravenous she-demon who ruled at his side!
Some Penguin Classics have the field all to themselves. The imprint actively encouraged popular scholarly endeavor, and throughout its history its editors have actively sought out the best accessible critical work being done anywhere and offered to fold it into the Penguin Classics library. This is going on today (the magnificent recent three-volume Tales of […]