An Intimate Account of an Historic Collaboration
Who Wrote the Memoirs of Jean Monnet? presents the only account of the thirty years spent by Jean Monnet, the "Father of Europe," creating his memoirs. Based on numerous interviews with Monnet’s collaborator, Francois Fontaine, and many others, the book reveals the concepts, delays, frustrations, and successes of an historic collaboration. This significant contribution provides a fresh viewpoint into both European Union history and biographical writing.
Table of Contents
Part I. Introduction and Acknowledgments
Part II. The Memoirs in Monnet’s Life
Part III. Origins of the Memoirs: Four Views
Part IV. Preparing the Way
Part V. Watching the Process
Part VI. Monnet’s Thoughts with the Memoirs Underway
Part VII. The Collaboration: Reflections of Francois Fontaine
Part VIII. Chronology
Part IX. Some Interesting Details
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