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Author Keneally, Thomas.

Title Blood red, sister rose / Thomas Keneally
Published London : Collins, 1974


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Description 384 pages : genealogical table, maps ; 22 cm
Summary The story of Joan of Arc has always held a special fascination for writers - among them Voltaire, Mark Twain, George Bernard Shaw and Jean Anouilh. Here Thomas Keneally transforms the legend, presenting a Joan who is at once a tough radical, an instinctive soldier, a nagging prophet and a touchingly vulnerable girl - a haunting and compelling heroine framed by the tumultuous times in which she lived
Analysis Christian women saints Fiction
France History Charles VII, 1422-1461 Fiction
Joan of Arc, Saint 1412-1431 Fiction
Subject Joan, of Arc, Saint, 1412-1431 -- Fiction.
Christian women saints -- Fiction.
Christian women saints -- France -- Fiction.
France -- History -- Charles VII, 1422-1461 -- Fiction.
Genre/Form Biographical fiction.
LC no. 74192768
ISBN 0002210878