Madame de Pompadour

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When Jeanne-Antoinette was nine, she was told by a fortune teller that she would one day become the mistress of the handsome young Louix XV - from that day she was groomed to become 'a morsel fit for a King'. This title tells the story of how the little girl rose to become the most powerful women of the 18th century French court, Le Pompadour.
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ISBN-13: 9780099528876
ISBN-10: 0099528878
Pagini: 256
Dimensiuni: 132 x 196 x 17 mm
Greutate: 0.19 kg
Editura: Vintage Publishing


"My favourite biography is Nancy Mitford's Madame de Pompadour - a famous 18th-century French beauty who became Louis XV's mistress. The secret of a good biography is not just to tell the person's story but to create the world in which they lived." -- Julian Fellowes Daily Express "Mitford brings warmth to everything she touches, and her biography of Madame de Pompadour is testimony to that" -- Justine Picardie Sunday Telegraph "Reads as if an enchantingly clever woman was pouring out the story to me on the telephone" -- Raymond Mortimer "Nancy Mitford excels in depicting both the brilliant romantic showcase and the recessed world of power... No historian writing in English has given a better pen-picture of Versailles in its heyday" Time "Incontestably her best book, Madame de Pompadour is beautifully written in a rapid, nervous, gay and enthusiastic manner which carries the reader through from first page to last" -- Cyril Connolly Sunday Times