Dancing to the Precipice

Dancing to the Precipice by Caroline Moorehead is a personal history of the French Revolution from the diaries of Lucie de la Tour du Pin – a French noblewoman – who knew well all the major players and who, through moral and physical strength and a wonderfully strong character, survived it all and flourished. I couldn’t put it down.

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