A life with Alexandra David-Néel - Boxset of 2 volumes
A life with Alexandra David-Néel, Vol.1
When the greatest adventurer of the 20th century reveals her secrets...
1959. The young Mary Magdalene enters the service of a despotic old woman: Alexandra David-Néel, explorer, philosopher, writer, who was, at the beginning of the century, the first white woman to enter Tibet. In the villa of Digne, where the memories of 14 years spent in Asia are piled up, Marie-Madeleine finds herself immersed in the exceptional life of the adventurer.
A life with Alexandra David-Néel, Vol.2
The greatest explorer of the 20th century is a woman...
Alexandra was the first woman to enter the city of Lhasa in 1924 and celebrated her 100th birthday. Still dreaming of travelling through Europe and Russia, she began
yet a long and serene agony, watched over by Mary Magdalene. During these 17 days, the present and the past intermingle, from the Lhasa episode to her difficult childhood, including her discovery of the Guimet Museum in Paris where she spent countless hours studying Hinduism and Buddhism.