Joan of Arc
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Joan of Arc (World Leaders - Past and Present)

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-- Absorbing accounts of the men and women whose ideas and actions have changed the course of history
-- Examines each person's life within the context of the politics of the time
-- Photographs, engravings, and maps enhance each book
Hardcover, 111 pages
Published April 1st 1987 by Chelsea House Publications (first published May 1985)
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I liked this book in general. It is the first book I have read on Joan of Arc. It had a basic overall of Joans life. I am excited to read the book written by Mark Twain on Joans life. I find her of great interest to me and all women who feel the need to fulfull their misson.
A good, complete, easy-to-read book on Joan of Arc. :)
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“We feed on genius. . . . Great men exist that there may be greater men.” 3 likes
“You Englishman, who have no right in this Kingdom of France, the King of Heaven orders and commands you through me, Joan the Maid, that you quit your fortresses and return into your own country, or if not, I shall make such mayhem that the memory of it will be perpetual. - Joan of Arc” 2 likes
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