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Joan of Arc: Warrior Saint

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Could any story be more inspiring than that of Joan of Arc, the courageous maiden who fought for the glory of France and God? Guided by what she firmly believed were visions of saints, this young Frenchwoman—still just 16 years old—led her people in battle against the British occupiers. Though she proved victorious in war, Joan ultimately became a martyr when some of her o
Paperback, 144 pages
Published November 1st 2007 by Sterling Point Books (first published 1963)
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Oct 07, 2015 Maja rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Without a whole lot of bragging I can say that I know quite a bit about Jeanne d'Arc. She has always been one of my favourite women in history - an attraction that started when I found out that she was burned on my birthday, May 30th. So I wasn't really expecting to learn that much new from this book. An true none of the big things were new to me, but there were a few smaller things that I'd not heard before, so that's always a great thing, to get schooled in something you didn't expect.
Lauren Ruth
Joan of Arc is a very amazing person. This book follows Joan throughout her life and everything that she has to go through. She died when the men was not happy with what she has done, taking things upon herself.
I have always admired Joan of Arc. I love it when females, espically back then, decided to take things into their own hands. Women are very powerful creatures. I wish that she was able to stay alive to know that she has done something that was going to change history.
May 05, 2009 Miriam-Lea rated it it was amazing
An interesting synopsis of The Maid. I thought it laid out the chronology of events in her life very well. I also appreciated that most of what was written was derived from records left by people who interacted with her.
Feb 07, 2011 Boris is currently reading it
This book is really entertaining and it tells the story of Joan of Arc in details but the introduction lack.She firmly believed the visions were guide from gods.
Oct 07, 2015 Meghan rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
I'm not sure if this is exactly the one I read. But the one I read was fictitious and it kinda disappointed me.
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