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He will be teaching a course of the troubadors in the Middle Englih period this winter.
My father was having a very difficult time finding this book in any store and two major bookstore chains told him until/unless it was reprinted he was out of luck.
Ralph V. Turner's ELEANOR OF AQUITAINE (Aquitaine where I happen to live) is a fine book, but I also highly appreciate Allison Weir's ELEANOR OF AQUITAINE.
one of the best books in terms of infomation and manner presented - read for pleasure or use of research, great for both!Published 4 months ago by A. King-Davis
Eleanore of Aquitaine was a topic our Humanities professor wanted us to research for a paper. This book was invaluable.Published 11 months ago by Christopher Goetz
again why do you require so many words for the customer review
I really like the story of Eleanor, the book is well written
Eleanor of Aquitaine was one of the greatest women who has ever lived, the wife of two kings who begat three kings of her own, boys whose savagery had them kill babies in their... Read morePublished 24 months ago by Boyd Hone
My father was having a very difficult time finding this book in any store and two major bookstore chains told him until/unless it was reprinted he was out of luck. Read morePublished on January 16, 2011 by Emily M.