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Average rating: 3.35 · 1,555 ratings · 311 reviews · 1 distinct work · Similar authors
The Maid: A Novel of Joan o...
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October 2011, Kimberly Cutter
"Joan of Arc, the illiterate peasant girl who led France to bloody victory, gets a voice in a new historical novel. The Maid is told through the eyes of the saint herself." ...More

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“Most of [her ashes] fell into the river in a long gray curtain. But some was caught by the wind and blown upward toward the blue spring sky where it swirled a moment in the air, before dissolving into sunlight.”
Kimberly Cutter, The Maid: A Novel of Joan of Arc

“...because who in the throes of love can ever remember the gray, lonesome days, and who among us does not hope with all their hearts that somehow, by some miracle, such love might go on forever?”
Kimberly Cutter, The Maid: A Novel of Joan of Arc

“She had to think about the future, her mother said. Marriage. She was sixteen now. It was time. The word made her sick to her stomach. She watched the other girls her age, braiding flowers into their hair, pinching their cheeks, smiling shyly or picking up their skirts and dancing, showing off their knees for the boys. Competing over who would live with whom in which dark hovel, who would spend their lives plowing which burned out field, making which grey stew in which sad hearth, having her hair torn out by which man, dying of which plague or beating or wretched childbirth...and she thought she'd rather die. She'd rather be dead.”
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