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Author: Charlotte-Rose De Caumont De La Force
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Title: Histoire De Marguerite De Valois V1: Reine De Navarre, Soeur De Francois I (1745) (French Edition)
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Histoire De Marguerite De Valois V1: Reine De Navarre, Soeur De Francois I (1745) (French Edition) by Charlotte-Rose De Caumont De La Force



Charlotte-Rose de Caumont de La Force or Mademoiselle de La Force (1654–1724) was a French novelist and poet. Her best-known work was her 1698 fairy tale Persinette which was adapted by the Brothers Grimm in 1812 as the story Rapunzel. She was the daughter of François de Caumont de La Force (eighth son of Marshal de La Force), marquis de Castelmoron and of Marguerite de Viçose

Publication date 1697. Topics Marguerite, Queen, consort of Henry II, King of Navarre, 1492-1549. Publisher Lyon, L. Plaignard. Collection duke libraries; americana. Digitizing sponsor Duke University Libraries. Contributor Duke University Libraries. no TOC, page numbers jump from 168 to 269. Call number E C373H. Camera Canon 5D. Identifier um.

reine de Navarre, Soeur de Francois I. by Charlotte Rose de Caumont de La Force. Published 1697 by L. Plaignard in Lyon. Marguerite Queen, consort of Henry II, King of Navarre (1492-1549). There's no description for this book yet.

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by Charlotte-Rose de Caumont de la Force and Rachel Louise Lawrence. 9 now first done into Engl. by Charlotte Rose de Caumont. Histoire de Marguerite de Valois V1: Reine de Navarre, Soeur de Francois I (1745). by Charlotte-Rose De Caumont De La Force. Eligible for FREE UK Delivery. Histoire Secrete De Bourgogne, Volume 1. 6 Nov 2011.

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Read the French fairy tale that inspired the Grimm Brothers' "Rapunzel," learn about the authoress Mlle de La Force, and discover answers to questions such as why Persinette's father traded her for a fistful of parsley A hundred years before Rapunzel, there was Persinette. Before the Old Witch ever locked Rapunzel in a tower, a Fairy set out to change Persinette's destiny. A hundred years before Rapunzel, there was Persinette and the brothers Grimm owe Charlotte-Rose de Caumont de La Force a lot. This version also makes me dislike the Prince, but overall it's mostly the same story I grew up reading. She was the daughter of François de Caumont de La Force (eighth son of Marshal de La Force), marquis de Castelmoron and of Marguerite de Viçose. Raised as a Huguenot Protestant, she converted to Catholicism in 1686 and received a pension of 1000 écus from Louis XIV.

LA FORCE, Charlotte-Rose Caumont de (c. 1646-1724). Histoire de Marguerite de Valois, Reine de Navarre. Paris: Didot l'aîné, 1783. Price realised GBP 1,750.

She married Francois, Prince de Conti, and was considered one of the most ingenious and accomplished persons belonging to the French Court in the age of Louis XIII. She was left a widow in 1614, and died in 1631. M. Pierre de Bourdeille, Seigneur de Brantome, better known by the name of Brantome, wrote the Memoirs of his own times. In Letter I. mention is made of Madame de Dampierre, whom Marguerite styles the aunt of the person the letter is addressed to. She was dame d'honneur, or lady of the bedchamber, to the Queen of Henri II. and Brantome, speaking of her, calls her his aunt.

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