Joan of Arc: Her Story

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Palgrave Macmillan, Oct 15, 1999 - Biography & Autobiography - 336 pages
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In an exquisite English translation from the bestselling French edition, Joan of Arc: Her Story now appears for American readers. From the French peasant girl who led an army to the icon burned at the stake, Joan has been a blank slate on which thousands have written. Pernoud and Clin clear away the myths so that modern readers can see Joan as she was and include a glossary of important individuals, historical events and interpretations of Joan through the ages. Joan of Arc: Her Story is the thrilling life of a woman who obsesses us even to this day.
  

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User Review  - Eric Marcy - Goodreads

For myself, a newcomer to scholarship on Joan of Arc, Regine Pernoud's work was an excellent and moving starting point. She relates the narrative of Joan in order of how she became known to the world ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jeanie Mccarthy Pityinger - Goodreads

St Joan of Arc is my patron Saint, and to read her bio/history told in her own words as she went through the experience and trial...I know she is the patron of soldiers, military and police,but I ... Read full review

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About the author (1999)

Règine Pernoud, a pioneer women's historian, was a member of the French Academy and founder of the Centre Jeanne d'Arc in Orleans.

Marie-Vèronique Clin is Director, Museum of the History of Medicine in Paris.

Jeremy Duquesnay Adams is Professor of History at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas.

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