Young Henry of Navarre
Young Henry of Navarre traces the life of Henry IV from the King's idyllic childhood in the mountain villages of the Pyrenees to his ascendance to the throne of France. Heinrich Mann's most acclaimed work is a spectacular epic that recounts the wars, political machinations, rival religious sects, and backstage plots that marked the birth of the French Republic.
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This historical novel by Mann (Thomas's older brother) serves up Henry IV as a kid on up to his ascension to the throne. The 1937 book includes numerous real-life characters along with the author's own creations. More for the literary set. ... Read full review