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  1. Saint Joan of Arc is a biography of Joan of Arc by Vita Sackville-West first published in New York and London in 1936. The Grove Press (New York City) re-issue of 2001 runs to 395 pages including appendices which collate the events of Joan's life, present a chronological table and give a bibliography of related pre-1936 works ...

    • United Kingdom
    • 1936
  2. 15 de out. de 1999 · Joan of Arc: Her Story is the thrilling life of a woman who obsesses us even to this day. Read more. Report an issue with this product or seller. Print length. 336 pages. Language. English. Publisher. St. Martin's Griffin. Publication date. October 15, 1999. Dimensions.

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    • Régine Pernoud
  3. 16 de jul. de 2019 · But by age 19, at the height of her fame, she was put on trial and sentenced to death by fire. Her story has been reimagined in manga, movies, and countless books over the years. Here are ten recent ones that help explain her story to both those familiar with her as well as those learning about her for the first time.

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  4. 1 de set. de 1989 · Saint Joan, given flesh by Twains pen, truly embodies the Pauline ideal of “cunning as a serpent, but gentle as a dove.” The outcome, of course, is unchangeable, but the literary journey to Joan’s certain end is well worth the reader’s time, for whatever it may lack in suspense.

    • Mark Twain
    • $16.95
    • Ignatius Press
  5. 191 books based on 33 votes: Joan of Arc by Mark Twain, Joan: The Mysterious Life of the Heretic Who Became a Saint by Donald Spoto, Joan of Arc: Her Sto...

  6. Rate this book. Joan of Arc. Mark Twain. 4.11. 8,670 ratings1,195 reviews. "I like Joan of Arc best of all my books; and it is the best; I know it perfectly well. And besides, it furnished me seven times the pleasure afforded me by any of the others; twelve years of preparation, and two years of writing.

  7. Joan of Arc, a village girl from the Vosges, was born about 1412; burnt for heresy, witchcraft, and sorcery in 1431; rehabilitated after a fashion in 1456; designated Venerable in 1904; declared Blessed in 1908; and finally canonized in 1920.