Bernard-Henri Lévy with Sam Tanenhaus

  • by Bernard-Henri Levy
  • Narrated by Sam Tanenhaus
  • 1 hrs and 20 mins
  • Speech

Publisher's Summary

French philosopher Bernard-Henri Lévy joins Sam Tanenhaus, senior editor of The New York Times Book Review, to talk about his most recent book, Left In Dark Times. Levy argues for a new "left" based on universal values and ethical commitments. Topics include left-wing anti-Zionism, domestic anti-Americanism and the global effects of both.


Audible Editor Reviews

Continuing with their longstanding tradition of putting some of the greatest and most eloquent minds in contact with today’s audiences, the 92nd Street Y invites famed French philosopher Bernard-Henri Lévy for a conversation with The New York Times Book Review senior editor, Sam Tanenhaus. On the tails of Lévy’s recent book, Left In Dark Times, the two cover such topics as left-wing anti-Zionism, domestic anti-Americanism, and Levy’s new "left". Full of passion, laughs, and witty exchanges, this conversation is as educational as it is entertaining.


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Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-05-2009
  • Publisher: 92nd Street Y