Joan of Arc: Icon of Modern Culture
Helm Information, 2008 - 285 pages
Describes how Joan of Arc was turned into an iconic figure of European culture and explores the how she has been used in literature, art, music and politics.
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Republican Nationalist and Fascist Icon
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Into the Public Arena
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