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Madame Royale By Elena Maria Vidal
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MADAME ROYALE is the epic saga of Marie-Antoinette's daughter, Marie-Thérèse-Charlotte. The period which follows the fall of Napoleon Bonaparte, called by historians "the Bourbon... More > restoration" (1814-1830), was outwardly one of rest and peace for France. Yet beneath the surface, the forces of revolution were engaged in a ruthless duel for power with those of the reaction. At the center of the drama one woman, consumed by a quest for love and restoration, struggles to survive amid deception and betrayal. A tale of murder, mystery and secret romance, the novel searches the conflicted heart of the orphaned princess who from childhood had been called "Madame Royale."< Less
The Anhurkullah: Madame Sorciere By Samson Hercules Shibimba
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The Anhurkullah: Madame Sorciere, is a Royal Minoan book by Samson Hercules Shibimba, a Prince of Thera.
Autobiography of Madame Guyon By Jeanne Guyon
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Madame Guyon was a French noblewoman who was born in an unprincipled time fated to its corruption. She grew up in a church as licentious as the world in which it was established: spiritually... More > despondent and plagued by ignorance. Regardless of these tormenting conditions, she rose to the inimitability of Christian veneration. She had an unsteady and disorganized childhood, was tormented by sickness and abuse, and was imprisoned for years by the highest church authorities. She gave up her worldly goods at the demands of this church which led to her impoverishment. She survived her psychological and physical ruination by conquering pretentious royal conspiracies and reviling the malignancy of the papal inquisition.< Less
Autobiography of Madame Guyon By Jeanne Guyon
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Madame Guyon was a French noblewoman who was born in an unprincipled time fated to its corruption. She grew up in a church as licentious as the world in which it was established: spiritually... More > despondent and plagued by ignorance. Regardless of these tormenting conditions, she rose to the inimitability of Christian veneration. She had an unsteady and disorganized childhood, was tormented by sickness and abuse, and was imprisoned for years by the highest church authorities. She gave up her worldly goods at the demands of this church which led to her impoverishment. She survived her psychological and physical ruination by conquering pretentious royal conspiracies and reviling the malignancy of the papal inquisition.< Less
MADAME ROSE By AMEDEE ACHARD
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Parmi les villages que les jeux de la fantaisie et de la spéculation ont élevées aux environs de Paris, il n'en est peut être pas de plus joli et de plus frais que Maisons.... More > La mode l'a un peu gâté en multipliant les jardins et les cottages: mais elle n'a pu détruire ni la beauté de la Seine qui le côtoie, ni la majesté royale des avenues qui l'entourent. De longues allées bordées de grands arbres percent le parc dans toutes les directions, et laissent voir, derrière un rideau tremblant de feuillage, des pavillons et des villas dans lesquels le luxe….< Less
Madam Crowl's Ghost and the Dead Sexton By Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
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Sheridan Le Fanu was born at No. 45 Lower Dominick Steet, Dublin, into a literary family of Huguenot origins. Both his grandmother Alicia Sheridan Le Fanu and his great-uncle Richard Brinsley... More > Sheridan were playwrights. His niece Rhoda Broughton would become a very successful novelist. Within a year of his birth his family moved to the Royal Hibernian Military School in Phoenix Park, where his father, an Anglican clergyman, was the chaplain of the establishment. Phoenix Park and the adjacent village and parish church of Chapelizod were to feature in Le Fanu's later stories. Le Fanu studied law at Trinity College in Dublin, where he was elected Auditor of the College Historical Society. He was called to the bar in 1839< Less
Memoirs of Marie Antoinette By Madame Campan
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Initially charmed by her personality and beauty, the French people generally came to dislike Queen Marie Antoinette, accusing "L'Autrichienne" (meaning “the Austrian”) of being... More > profligate, promiscuous, and of harboring sympathies for France's enemies, particularly Austria, her country of origin. The Diamond Necklace incident further ruined her reputation. Although she was completely innocent in this affair, she became known as Madame Déficit. Even after her death, Marie Antoinette is often considered to be a part of popular culture and a major historical figure, being the subject of several books, films and other forms of media. Some academics and scholars have deemed her frivolous and superficial, and have attributed the start of the French Revolution to her; however, others have claimed that she was treated unjustly and that views of her should be more sympathetic.< Less
Saving Annie, Surviving the Wrath of Madame LaLaurie By Denise Wilkinson
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The ultimate New Orleans short ghost story of Madame LaLaurie, which has lingered within the narrow streets of the Vieux Carre for many decades. Yet, within this story, a new twist, as Brittany... More > saves Annie, a young slave girl, her spirit from the pits of Madame LaLaurie's personal hell. Brittany moves to New Orleans, to the Vieux Carre with her parents only to discover that the house she and her parents moves into is indeed, haunted, haunted by the evil spirit of Madame LaLaurie and of course, the young slave girl, Annie. Through the sounds of rattling chains, Annie comes to Brittany in the deep of the night, asking her to free her soul from the grips of Madame LaLaurie. However, Madame LaLaurie has different plans for Brittany, seeks to kill her before she can free Annie's soul.< Less
Saving Annie, Surviving the Wrath of Madame LaLaurie By Denise Wilkinson
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The ultimate New Orleans short ghost story of Madame LaLaurie, which has lingered within the narrow streets of the Vieux Carre for many decades. Yet, within this story, a new twist, as Brittany... More > saves Annie, a young slave girl, her spirit from the pits of Madame LaLaurie's personal hell. Brittany moves to New Orleans, to the Vieux Carre with her parents only to discover that the house she and her parents moves into is indeed, haunted, haunted by the evil spirit of Madame LaLaurie and of course, the young slave girl, Annie. Through the sounds of rattling chains, Annie comes to Brittany in the deep of the night, asking her to free her soul from the grips of Madame LaLaurie. However, Madame LaLaurie has different plans for Brittany, seeks to kill her before she can free Annie's soul.< Less
The Princess of Cleves By Madame de Lafayette
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The Princess Of Cleves is a French novel which was published anonymously in March 1678. It is regarded by many as the beginning of the modern tradition of the psychological novel, and as a great... More > classic work. Its author is generally held to be Madame de La Fayette. The action takes place between October 1558 and November 1559 at the royal court of Henry II of France. The novel recreates that era with remarkable precision. Nearly every character – except the heroine – is a historical figure. Events and intrigues unfold with great faithfulness to documentary record.< Less

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