The Revolt of the Angels
by Anatole France
Publisher: Dodd, Mead and Company 1914
Beneath the shadow of St. Sulpice the ancient mansion of the d'Esparvieu family rears its austere three stories between a moss-grown fore-court and a garden hemmed in, as the years have elapsed, by ever loftier and more intrusive buildings, wherein, nevertheless, two tall chestnut trees still lift their withered heads.
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by Anatole France - ManyBooks
Thoroughly researched with a wealth of references, Anatole France sought to bring a rationalist viewpoint to the legendary French heroine and to examine and, where necessary, overturn the superstitious additions to her history.
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