In The Hidden Pleasures of Life Theodore Zeldin demonstrates that both the greatest problems and the greatest opportunities of the twenty-first century lie in our relationships with others. With examples from his unparalleled research and his experiences with the giants of modern business and politics, this book reveals how our society is full of untapped potential for human interactions.
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"Theodore Zeldin illuminates how our lives can be enriched by the realisation that it is only by truly relating to others that we really become human.
Praise for the author: ‘The most exciting and ambitious work of non-fiction I have read in more than a decade’ DAILY TELEGRAPH
Theodore Zeldin is an Oxford academic, a Fellow of the British Academy and of the Royal Society of Literature, and the author of many non-fiction titles."
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