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The Frenchwoman

The Frenchwoman By Jeanne Mackin The Frenchwoman From her chldhood in the grim slums of pre Revolution Paris Julienne rises to find work as a seamstress and the dangerous attention of Marie Antoinette Her secret pledges lead her to Azilum in Pennsy

  • Title: The Frenchwoman
  • Author: Jeanne Mackin
  • ISBN: 9780312033460
  • Page: 103
  • Format: Unknown Binding
  • The Frenchwoman By Jeanne Mackin From her chldhood in the grim slums of pre Revolution Paris, Julienne rises to find work as a seamstress and the dangerous attention of Marie Antoinette Her secret pledges lead her to Azilum in Pennsylvania, a community of exiles awaiting the arrival of their queen Based on the history of the actual community of French Azilum.
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    1. Sue Chamberlain on said:

      I could not put this book down wish I could find like this

    2. Kristyn on said:

      A great out of print book that show a young girl and her struggle during revolutionary Paris, adulthood, loss and the wilds of new American wilderness I feel the character is strong willed for what was expected of women in that time I also enjoy that the author does not make her this brazen and over zealous trailblazer for women, which is off putting in any historical fiction and a trend as of late This has been a favorite book of mine for years and I lost my copy in a basement flood I now have [...]

    3. Reeny on said:

      Another great book about the French revolution, very interesting characters and story and Marie Antoinette, great read.

    4. Lisa Lemus on said:

      2.5 stars This book was a bit of a mess About a third of the way through things were going strong Good atmosphere, interesting scenarios, good writing Then the author decided to give us a history lesson vaguely broken up with characters conversations And then the last third of the book seemed to just be a very long epilogue Maybe if I was not familiar with the French Revolution and history I would have enjoyed this , as it was it was just a tedious but well written overview Lastly, the way Marie [...]

    5. Gina on said:

      I did not like this book mostly because the main character seemed like she didn t have a purpose unless she was worshipping people who cared much less for her She did not have a personality or purpose of her own.

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