El Heptamerón es una colección de 72 novelas breves escritas en francés por la reina Margarita de Navarra, consorte de Enrique II de Albret. el Heptaméron des Nouvelles de très illustre et très excellente Princesse Marguerite de Valois. : El Heptameron: Autor/es: Margarita de Valois Reina de Navarra Editorial: Circulo de Lectores. Fecha Edicion: edicion paginas. Title: El Heptameron. Publisher: Circulo de Lectores. Publication Date: Binding: Tapa dura. Book Condition: Muy bien. Dust Jacket Condition: Muy bien.

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English German Italian Russian. In typical Dumas fashion and flair La Reine Margot margaria with vslois, intrigue, hidden staircases and doors, poison, murder plots, gallant heroes and best of all — Catherine de Medici is the most deliciously over the top villainess I have come across in a heptameorn time. Wraps you up in the story. For the son, see Alexandre Dumas fils. SO much better than I expected it to be. Marguerite de France, reine de Navarre.

But she is absolutely fabulous to read. Lots of very funny French irony my favorite bits were dialogue in which the various royal folks were pretending they didn’t know their spouses were cheating on them – which they didn’t actually care about because it was an arranged marriage – yet pretending that of course they WOULD care if they knew about it.

Queen Margot, or Marguerite de Valois

It’s about the war between the Catholics and the Hugenots, I think it even tops Three Musketeers in my personal opinion. Queen Margot is a fast-paced, high-spirited, romping adventure revolving around the 16th century French court.


The first half of the book was wonderful. Dumas asnjehere nuk zhgenjen. The Last Valois 2. The book promised dull worthiness from turgid word to florid phrase. On page 22 of my edition the King of Navarre and his new wife the sister of the king France agree that while they will always have different lovers they will always be allies. Return to Margaritx Page.

There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Marguerite, de Valois, Reine de Navarre. Poison, swords and blood. Open Preview See a Problem? May 21, Daniella rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Don’t get me wrong–I’m really not the kind of girl who enjoys that sort of thing. Tu soffri, ma guardami: The majority of the Frenchmen in the book suck, too.

Comunque nonostante tutto non posso fare a meno di dare 3. With Dumas it’s different. Is this a clean book? Other Formats You may also download this records in one of the following formats.

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Queen Margot, or Marguerite de Valois by Alexandre Dumas

Dec 16, Marita rated it it was amazing Shelves: Released to coincide with the new Miramac film starring Isabelle Adjani, this is the classic novel unavailable for over 25 years. It certainly reads like one. It has the same amount of adventure and sword fighting, but even more royal intrigues and more humor note to self: Despite a very difficult start trying to grasp the political complexities and characters, by the halfway mark I was rocking along and had a hard margqrita keeping my nose out of it.


Set against the backdrop of the ghastly wars of religion, and in particular the infamous St Bartholomew’s Day massacre, Alexandre Dumas mmargarita an action-packed plot written with much wit, subtlety and irony.

Marguerite, de Navarre, It is beyond stupi The first few pages filled me with literary foreboding. View all hepta,eron comments. Women are never so strong as after their defeat.

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Mi dispiace Dumas, sul serio Dumas has no problem describing the St. But come on, how can I not love this book?

True sentiments that require to be muffled and false ones who aim to look deeper than they are. Apparently, Queen Margot was originally published serially in several newspapers and magazines of the day, and I imagine that it was basically the 19th century French equivalent of a soap opera. It could have been written at any time, there is valios to date it or make it seem plodding and musty.