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Power of the Crown

From Louis XIII to Louis XV · History of France

by Charlotte Mary Yonge Author · Paul Spera Narrator

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This chapter of France's history is about Power of the Crown : Richelieu's Administration, The War in Flanders and Italy, The Fronde, The Court of Anne of Austria, Court of Louis XIV, France under Louis XIV, War in the Low Countries, Revocation of the Edict of Nantes, The War of the Palatinate, The War of the Succession in Spain,Peace of Utrecht, The Regency, War of the Austrian Succession, The Seven Years' War, France under Louis XV, and the Reaction. Charlotte Mary Yonge was an English novelist and historian. Yonge's work was widely read and respected in the nineteenth century, and admired by many great writers like Lewis Carroll or George Eliot. She attached a lot of importance to the education of girls, and her work reflected the values and concerns of Anglo-Catholicism; she wrote many historical novels, for which she studied history in great detail. This audiobook, read by Paul Spera, is her retelling of the essential episodes that made France. Each historical event is replaced into context and presented in clear and easy-to-read snippets, so that younger and older readers can deepen their understanding of how modern France came to be and broaden their culture. This historical essays deals with France's earlier kings, the hundred years' war, the struggle with Burgundy, the Italian warsthe wars of religion, absolute monarchy, and the French Revolution.

Publication Details

Publisher:
Astorg Audio
Edition:
Unabridged
Publication Date:
2018
Series:
History of France

Format

  • OverDrive MP3 Audiobook 14.6 MB
  • OverDrive Listen 14.6 MB
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