Published in 1896, this work purports to be the found memoirs of Joan's page and secretary, Louis de Conte. Twain considered this, his last published novel, to be his greatest; his lifelong fascination with Joan of Arc made this a fourteen year project. The novel follows Joan through youth, then as a commander of Charles's army, right up to her trial at Rouen.
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BARNES & NOBLE
February 08, 2011
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