Madame De Pompadour

Madame De Pompadour

Book - 2001
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The story of the bougeoisie who became the mistress of Louis XV and "had so many enemies that she could not travel publicly without risking a pelting of mud and stones."--Cover.
Publisher: New York : New York Review of Books, 2001.
ISBN: 9780940322653
094032265X
Branch Call Number: BIO POMPADO MITFORD
Characteristics: xix, 292 pages ; 20 cm

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jaybarksdale Nov 17, 2012

One of the most elegant writers of the 20th century, Mitford paints a vivid and sympathetic picture of Madame, the King, and court life.

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