Silence: a thirteenth-century French romance

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Colleagues Press, 1992 - Literary Criticism - 343 pages
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User Review  - veevoxvoom - LibraryThing

In Silence, subtitled “a thirteenth century French romance”, a noble couple raise their only daughter as a boy so that she can recieve her inheritance. Their child’s name is Silence, and this long ... Read full review

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Really beautiful. Poetic. It is very romantic in the beginning. Look here if I ever want to write a love letter. haha. Is modern love so strong? Can't wait to finish this! =D Read full review

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