Fernando García de Cortázar y Ruiz de Aguirre has made the past into the subject for a great bestseller without needing to compromise historical rigour: convinced that “History is always an adventure story”, the secret to his talent lies in knowing how to tell it. His humanistic training and ample experience as a Professor at the Universidad de Deusto (Bilbao) help him to illuminate with beauty and simplicity the world of struggles, passions, fears, utopias and changes that populate every era.
He has written over sixty titles, making him an undisputed favourite of the Spanish publishing market in recent years. These books include: A Short History of Spain, The History of the Contemporary World, The Myths of the History of Spain, and The History of Spain Told Through its Art, winner of the National History Prize.
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