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Here in her own words are St. Joan's thoughts and feelings and true history. The word riviting is too often overused, but it fits this work completely.Published 6 months ago by Michele
Many years ago I read a book about Joan of Arc and I also saw the movie version. I was given this book (Joan of Arc in her own words compiled and translated by Willard Trask with... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Joseph J. Truncale
It was fun to read with with my fourth grader when he read the DK biography so we could compare the incidents in each from different points of view. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Tobylerone
This was actually purchased for my daughters class in Montgomery College. It was very helpful. That is all I have to sayPublished 11 months ago by donna quick
Reading this young woman's thoughts and feelings is remarkable. It almost makes you glad she went through all of this so her interviews and interrogations would be recorded.Published 12 months ago by Murl J. Sprout Jr.
I was keen on knowing the innards of Joan of Arc's life. This book, a collection of the "Virgin Warrior"'s own words, truly reflects on the persona of a woman who... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Subhodev Das
I wanted to read this first before reading Mark Twain's Joan of Arc. You can see how Twain uses Joan's testimony in the writing of his book, which is a work of fiction. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Pywacket