A Bastille Day review of Mistress of the Revolution

By Lezlie at Books’N Border Collies: As Gabrielle de Montserrat, a French aristocrat, pens her memoir, the
reader gets not only the anticipated up-close-and-personal view of the French Revolution, but also grim reminders of the lack of control women had over their lives …
(more).

And Lezlie discovered Mistress of the Revolution after reading Eva’s review at A Striped Armchair. My thanks to both!

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2 Comments to “A Bastille Day review of Mistress of the Revolution”

  1. Catherine Delors says:

    You are most welcome, Lezlie!

  2. Lezlie says:

    Thank you for the link! :-)

    Lezlie

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