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Catherine de Medici

Catherine de Medici

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Literary Fiction

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ISBN13: 9798686880856
Publisher: Independently Published
Published: Feb 21 2021
Pages: 268
Weight: 0.80
Height: 0.56 Width: 5.98 Depth: 9.02
Language: English
Book Excerptue history of France, the proofs for which had long been gathered by the Benedictines. Louis XVI., a just mind, himself translated the English work in which Walpole endeavored to explain Richard III., --a work much talked of in the last century.Why do personages so celebrated as kings and queens, so important as the generals of armies, become objects of horror or derision? Half the world hesitates between the famous song on Marlborough and the history of England, and it also hesitates between history and popular tradition as to Charles IX. At all epochs when great struggles take place between the masses and authority, the populace creates for itself an /ogre-esque/ personage--if it is allowable to coin a word to convey a just idea. Thus, to take an example in our own time, if it had not been for the Memorial of Saint Helena, and the controversies between the Royalists and the Bonapartists, there was every probability that the character of Napoleon would have been misunderstood. A few more Abbe de Pradit

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