Protocols of Prague

Umberto Eco, David Aaronovitch 

26/02/2012 9:45 am
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David Aaronovitch interviewed Umberto Eco about his brilliant historical novel The Prague Cemetery set in 19th Europe, from Turin to Prague to Paris, at a time when conspiracies rule history. With his customary erudition and brilliance, Eco brings together Jesuits, Freemasons, Italian Republicans, French criminals and secret services, all linked by one single sinister villain. Eco and Aaronovitch spoke about the Dreyfus affair and the Protocols of the Elders of Zion, conspiracies, scapegoats and anti-semitism.

In association with the Jewish Quarterly

Umberto Eco

Umberto Eco has written works of fiction, literary criticism and philosophy. The Name of the Rose was a major international bestseller and his other works include Foucault\'s Pendulum and The Prague Cemetery and many brilliant collections of essays.

David Aaronovitch 

David Aaronovitch is a writer and broadcaster on culture, international affairs, politics and the media. A Times columnist, his books include Voodoo Histories. He runs. Or tries to.

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