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Diario Relaciones De Viajes

by Christophe Colomb

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L'introduction est écrite dans un style un peu bizarre, mais est très précieuse. Avec cette matière première, on comprend avec quoi les historiens ont construit l'histoire de la découverte des Amériques par Christophe Colomb. Un événement majeur, mais qui n'est apparu comme tel que bien lentement aux yeux de ses contemporains. On y découvre aussi la complexité de l'après-découverte. L'opportunité, qui paraît infinie, suscite une violence humaine qui dépasse totalement Christophe Colomb. ( )
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