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THE MAXIMILIAN EMPEROR AND THE CURSED DIAMONDS

As usual, I was spending this Saturday morning in New York, going round auction halls. On Christie’s Park Avenue, one can find magnificent jewellery on display. My friend François, one of the world’s greatest experts in the field, invited me to follow him into his office. He knew that I was an enthusiast and handed…

LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOR

Lucia di Lammermoor is Donizetti’s best-known opera. It’s the story of a young, aristocratic Scottish girl who is in love with with a noble and handsome, but poor young lord, whose parents are against their union. Lucy is forced to break up with him and he moves far away. Her parents make Lucy marry a…


History and Culture

Our time is stigmatized by a decline in education and culture. This is not exclusively the result of the State abandoning its responsibilities, it is also an unfortunate reflection of our present system. Each field and domain requires so much information that there remains practically no time for any other science or subject. In two…


Diary Entry : Niki de Saint Phalle

I began keeping a journal when I was 17, since then it has become a companion of sorts. Risking that no one will find it interesting, I venture to publish a few excerpts. People and places, events and situations, all of which have their place. Niki de Saint Phalle and Jean Tinguely were a legendary…