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Jeanne d'Arc (EasyRead Edition): Her Life and Death (Inglese)

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Margaret Oliphant Wilson Oliphant (1828 - 1897) was a Scottish novelist, biographer, short story writer, translator, and critic. She was a prolific writer and is remembered for her novels that depict English and Scottish provincial life and for her creative narrative style and independent female characters. Her most enduring work is Chronicles of Carlingford,a series of five novels that chronicle life in a small English town. Her other works include Caleb Field (1851) andThe Ways of Life (1897). --Questo testo si riferisce a un'edizione alternativa Copertina flessibile.

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3.0 su 5 stelle An Interesting Nineteenth Century View 4 maggio 2017
Di Susan Marie Molloy - Pubblicato su
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This book surprised me. The author comes across well as an expert authority on Saint Joan of Arc. There is a lot of information and a peek into the personal life of the saint, but some of it was hard to stomach. Particularly, the author states that Joan was tall. It seems everything I’ve read about her stated she was short. Moreover, the tone of the book was a little over the top with its heroine worship to the point of d-r-a-m-a. Overall, it is a good book, not great, and I would read it again anyway.
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Di Victor55 - Pubblicato su
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The writing style in this book makes it a bit tiresome for the modern reader. The history and tale is good, but this is not your typical writing style. I would recommend reading Mark Twain's book on Joan of Arc.
5.0 su 5 stelle Excellent 22 marzo 2013
Di Robert G. Buice - Pubblicato su
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Why choose this rating - The product is EXcellent
What did you dislike - Nothing
To whom would you recommend this product - Anyone interested
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5.0 su 5 stelle A Shout of Victory 6 novembre 2014
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From other biographers, I had gathered the bare facts of the the life of Joan of Arc, the Maid of Orleans, but I never really understood her life and times until I read this book. It is well researched, and although some knowledge of French would add to the story, translation is given whenever vital. I felt as though I really entered into the mind and heart of this young woman who was treated so atrociously by both her friends and enemies, and even her father. It is intimated that her mother and brothers sought to honor her life and memory in later years. Also, I somehow never realized how long ago this took place. Jeanne's life was lived out from 1411 to 1431, before Columbus, Henry VIII, or the Reformation. Jeanne had a magnificent voice which sounded above the tumult of battle and inspired her troops. This voice was heard once again triumphantly from the stake with a shout of victory as she died, perhaps of smoke inhalation. Political expediency would not allow her to live, but at her death, there was not a dry eye. I highly recommend this book.

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