As I search and bookmark and note what I'd like to read, I've decided to share some Marie Antoinette and adjacent finds that are well worth signing up for a free JSTOR account to access! These will be shared at least once a week under the post series 'JSTOR Expanded Access.'
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[image: a screenshot from the film adaptation of Les adieux à la reine]
An analysis of the way that Chantal Thomas utilizes the style and narrative scope of her novel Les adieux à la reine, told from the point-of-view of a former reader of Marie Antoinette now living in exile in Vienna, to represent specific traits of human nature.
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