Joan of Arc by Herself and Her Witnesses

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Stein and Day, 1966 - Christian saints - 287 pages
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User Review  - marcares - LibraryThing

There are more witness accounts and authentic sourced materials written about this once unknown simple village girl than those of the many other of world famous personages. If there is only one to read about Joan of Arc and the supporting cast of her time, this is the book. Read full review

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User Review  - Erika Schmidt - Goodreads

A great bio with transcripts from Joan's trials. She was a fascinating person, whose execution for being a heretic was really just a cold political murder. So many things wrong with the "trial" that ... Read full review

Contents

Origins and Childhood
15
Vocation and Departure
30
Joan Before the Dauphin
46
Copyright

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