Correspondence - Volume 2 (VF)

"Marie de Rabutin Chantal, Marquise de Sévigné (1626-1696), is the most famous letter writer in France. Her letters, written in a free tone and an inventive style, introduce us into her familiarity and that of her century. If the letters to her daughter, Mme de Grignan, show her as a passionately attentive mother, we cannot neglect the role she plays as a witness, often witty and amused - but also, since the Fouquet affair, sometimes worried and reproving - of the small and great events of the reign of Louis XIV.
Jacques Prévot.
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Author: Madame de Sévigné
Publisher: Gallimard

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