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Vincent Cronin (born 24 May 1924 in Tredegarmarker, Walesmarker) is a Britishmarker historical, cultural, and biographical writer. He is known for his biographies of Louis XIV, Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette, Catherine the Great, and Napoleon, as well as for his books on the Renaissance.

Cronin was educated at Ampleforth Collegemarker, Harvard Universitymarker, the Sorbonnemarker, and Trinity Collegemarker, Oxfordmarker, from which he graduated with honours in 1947, earning a degree in ancient history and philosophy. During the Second World War, he served as a lieutenant in the British Army. In 1949, he married Chantal de Rolland, and they have five children. The Cronins are long-time residents of Londonmarker, Marbellamarker, and Dragey, in Avranchesmarker, Basse-Normandiemarker, where they live at the Manoir de Brionmarker.

Cronin is a recipient of the Richard Hillary Award, the W.H. Heinemann Award (1955), and the Rockefeller Foundation Award (1958). He also contributed to the Revue des Deux Mondes, was the first General Editor of the Companion Guides series, and was on the Council of the Royal Society of Literature. His father is the novelist A. J. Cronin.

Works

  • The Golden Honeycomb: A Sicilian Quest (1954) ISBN 0-246-11125-9
  • The Wise Man from the West: Matteo Ricci and his Mission to Chinamarker (1955) ISBN 0-00-626749-1
  • The Last Migration (1957) (on the Falqani tribe of South Persiamarker) ISBN 0-85617-608-7
  • "T. S. Eliot as a Translator." T. S. Eliot: A Symposium for His Seventieth Birthday. Ed. Neville Braybrooke, 129-137 (1958) ISBN 0-900-39182-0
  • A Pearl to Indiamarker: The Life of Roberto de Nobili (1959) ISBN 0-246-63709-9
  • The Letter After Z (1960) (novel)
  • Translator, L'Amour Profane by Alfred Kern (1961) (novel)
  • A Calendar of Saints (1963)
  • The Companion Guide to Parismarker (1963 - first edition) ISBN 0-00-613765-2
  • Louis XIV (1964) ISBN 0-00-272072-8
  • Translator, The Christian Centuries: A New History of the Catholic Church, Volume One: The First Six Hundred Years by Jean Danielou and Henri Marrou (1964) ISBN 0-232-35604-1
  • Four Women in Pursuit of an Ideal (1965) (about Caroline de Berry, Marie D'Agoult, Eve Hanska and Marie Bashkirtseff; also published as The Romantic Way, 1966)
  • Editor, The Sunday Times Travel and Holiday Guide (1966) (edited with Elizabeth Nicholas and Leonard Russell)
  • The Florentine Renaissance (1967) ISBN 0-00-211262-0
  • Mary Portrayed (1968) ISBN 0-87505-213-4
  • "The Classical Ideal in Florencemarker." Essays by Divers Hands, Volume XXXV: 23-39 (1969)
  • Editor, The Companion Guide to the West Highlands of Scotland by W.H. Murray (1969) ISBN 0-13-154774-7
  • The Flowering of the Renaissance (1969) ISBN 0-7126-9884-1
  • Editor, The Companion Guide to the North Island of New Zealandmarker by Errol Brathwaite (1970) ISBN 0-00-211139-X
  • Napoleon (1971), ISBN 0-00-637521-9 (also published as Napoleon Bonaparte: An Intimate Biography, 1972, ISBN 0-688-00100-9)
  • The Horizon Concise History of Italy (1972) ISBN 0-07-014477-X (also published as A Concise History of Italy, 1973, ISBN 0-304-29236-2)
  • Louis and Antoinette (1974) ISBN 0-8095-9216-9
  • Translator, Towards a New Democracy by Valery Giscard D'Estaing (1977) ISBN 0-00-216156-7
  • Catherine, Empress of All the Russias (1978) ISBN 0-00-216119-2
  • Editor, Essays by Divers Hands, Volume XL (1979) ISBN 0-85115-119-1
  • Editor, The Companion Guide to Florencemarker by Eve Borsook (1979) ISBN 0-00-216245-8
  • The View from Planet Earth: Man Looks at the Cosmos (1981) ISBN 0-688-01479-8
  • Parismarker on the Eve, 1900-1914 (1989) ISBN 0-312-04876-9
  • The Renaissance (1992) ISBN 0-00-215411-0
  • Paris: City of Light, 1919-1939 (1994) ISBN 0-00-215191-X
  • Chilemarker Rediscovered (2009) ISBN 1906768021


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