MARIE-ANTOINETTE: The Making of a French Queen
Drawing on new sources, Hardman reveals how Marie-Antoinette played a significant and politically astute role in response to the crisis of the monarchy, and how she evolved into a queen who knew her own mind. In this engaging account, Hardman argues that previous biographies don't get close to the truth of how the French queen came to exert true influence and power. 16 pages of illustrations, many in color.
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 3775690
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