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Marie-Thérèse, child of terror

the fate of Marie Antoinette"s daughter

by Susan Nagel

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Published by Bloomsbury, Distributed to the trade by Macmillan in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Angoulême, Marie-Thérèse Charlotte, -- duchesse d", -- 1778-1851,
  • Marie Antoinette, -- Queen, consort of Louis XVI, King of France, -- 1755-1793 -- Family,
  • France -- Kings and rulers -- Children -- Biography,
  • France -- History -- Louis XVI, 1774-1793,
  • France -- History -- 1789-1815

  • About the Edition

    The biography of Marie Antoinette"s only child to survive the revolution and the woman who helped shape the future of nineteenth-century Europe.

    Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [383]-392) and index.

    StatementSusan Nagel.
    GenreBiography.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDC137.2 .N34 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxix, 418 p., [16] p. of plates :
    Number of Pages418
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21173318M
    ISBN 101596910577
    ISBN 109781596910577
    LC Control Number2007044472


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In Decemberat midnight on her seventeenth birthday, Marie-Thérèse, the only surviving child of Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI, escaped from Paris's notorious Temple Prison.

To this day many believe that the real Marie-Thérèse, traumatized following her family's brutal execution during the Reign of Terror, switched identities with an /5(). The first major biography of one of France's most mysterious women—Marie Antoinette's only child to survive the revolution.

Susan Nagel, author of the critically acclaimed biography Mistress of the Elgin Marbles, turns her attention to the life of a remarkable woman who both defined and shaped an era, the tumultuous last days of the crumbling ancien régime.4/5.

The first major biography of one of France's most mysterious women--Marie Antoinette's only child to survive the revolution. Susan Nagel, author of the critically acclaimed biography Mistress of the Elgin Marbles, turns her attention to the life of a remarkable woman who both defined and shaped an era, the tumultuous last days of the crumbling ancien r#;gime.

Nagel brings the formidable. In Decemberat midnight on her seventeenth birthday, Marie-Thérèse, the only surviving child of Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI, escaped from Paris's notorious Temple Prison. To this day many believe that the real Marie-Thérèse, traumatized following her family's brutal execution during the Reign of Terror, switched identities with an /5(27).

"Marie-Thérèse: Child of Terror" by Susan Nagel is a greatly anticipated biography which provides an overview of the turbulent life of the courageous daughter of Louis XVI and Marie-Antoinette.

Rare anecdotes and little-known incidents are pulled together into one volume to make for a 5/5(5). In “Marie-Thérèse, Child of Terror,” Susan Nagel, the author of “Mistress of the Elgin Marbles,” a biography of the Scottish countess Mary Nisbet, faces the challenge of turning this Author: Valerie Steiker.

The first major biography of one of France's most mysterious women--Marie Antoinette's only child to survive the Nagel, author of the critically acclaimed biography Mistress of the Elgin Marbles, turns her attention to the life of a remarkable woman who both defined and shaped an era, the tumultuous last days of the crumbling ancien régime.

Nagel brings the formidable Marie Author: Susan Nagel. In Decemberon the midnight stroke of her seventeenth birthday, Marie-Thérèse, the only surviving child of Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI, fled Paris’s notorious Temple Prison. Kept in solitary confinement after her parents’ brutal execution during the Terror, she had been unaware of the fate of her family, save the cries she heard.

Slow-moving account of the life and the mythology surrounding French princess Marie-Thérèse-Charlotte (–).

In the book’s early chapters, Nagel (Humanities/Marymount Manhattan Coll.; Mistress of the Elgin Marbles: A Biography of Mary Nisbet, Countess of Elgin,etc.) is consumed with detailing the fate of Marie-Thérèse’s mother, Marie : Susan Nagel.

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John Damascene and the "Ishmaelites. The life of Marie Thérèse de France, or "Madame Royale," as she would be known, is brought to life in this fascinating biography.

Nagel takes us from our heroine's birth as an adored and pampered "Daddy's girl" to her unspeakable experiences during the revolution, then into adult life, her travels in exile, and her marriage to Louis-Antoine.

The first major biography of one of France's most mysterious women Marie Antoinette's only child to survive the Nagel, author of the critically acclaimed biography "Mistress of the Elgin Marbles," turns her attention to the life of a remarkable woman who both defined and shaped an era, the tumultuous last days of the crumbling "ancien regime.".

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In Decemberat midnight on her seventeenth birthday, Marie-Thérèse, the only surviving child of Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI, escaped from Paris’s notorious Temple Prison. To this day many believe that the real Marie-Thérèse, traumatized following her family’s brutal execution during the Reign of Terror, switched identities with.

Marie-Thérèse Charlotte of France (19 December – 19 October ), Madame Royale, was the eldest child of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette, and the only one to reach adulthood (her siblings all dying before the age of 11).She was married to Louis Antoine, Duke of Angoulême, who was the eldest son of the future Charles X, her father's younger brother; thus the bride and groom were also Born: 19 DecemberPalace of Versailles, France.

"Marie-Therese, Child of Terror" is an absolutely riveting history about one of the least known of the Bourbon clan Marie Antoinette's daughter. Yes, she had a daughter, who not only witnessed the Reign of Terror, along with her parents demise, but survived it 5/5(4).

In Decemberat midnight on her seventeenth birthday, Marie-Thérèse, the only surviving child of Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI, escaped from Paris's notorious Temple Prison. To this day many believe that the real Marie-Thérèse, traumatized following her family's brutal execution during the Reign of Terror, switched identities with an.

MARIE THÉRÈSE, CHILD OF TERROR: The Fate of Marie Antoinette's Daughter User Review - Kirkus. Slow-moving account of the life and the mythology surrounding French princess Marie-Thérèse-Charlotte ().In the book's early chapters, Nagel (Humanities/Marymount Manhattan Coll.; Mistress of 5/5(1).

Marie-Thérèse was born at Versailles during the hot summer ofamid rumors that visiting Benjamin Franklin had “electrified” the weather. The infant “Madame Royale” had a staff of nearlyincluding four assistant governesses, a royal hairdresser, dentist, cradle rocker, wet nurses, and servants to serve the servants.

Marie-Thérèse, who had publicly declared that she was on earth to obey her King, privately declined to do so, claiming sweetly that she was too young for such a letter to have any import.

She also begged her uncle to forgive her ‘resistance to your wish’, claiming that she did not want to call attention to herself for fear of irritating.

‎In Decemberon the midnight stroke of her seventeenth birthday, Marie-Thérèse, the only surviving child of Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI, fled Paris’s notorious Temple Prison.

Kept in solitary confinement after her parents’ brutal execution during the Terror, she had been unaware of the fate. In Decemberseventeen-year-old Marie-Therese, the only surviving child of Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI, fled Paris's notorious Temple Prison. Kept in solitary confinement after her parents' brutal execution during the Terror, she had been unaware of the fate of her family, save the cries she heard of her young brother being tortured in an adjacent cell.5/5(1).

In Decemberon the midnight stroke of her seventeenth birthday, Marie-Thérèse, the only surviving child of Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI, fled Paris's notorious Temple Prison.

Kept in solitary confinement after her parents' brutal execution during the Terror, she had been unaware of. In Decemberon the midnight stroke of her seventeenth birthday, Marie-Thérèse, the only surviving child of Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI, fled Paris’s notorious Temple Prison.

Kept in solitary confinement after her parents’ brutal execution during the Terror, she had been unaware of the fate of her family, save the cries she heard. In Decemberat midnight on her seventeenth birthday, Marie-Thérèse, the only surviving child of Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI, escaped from Paris s notorious Temple Prison.

To this day many believe that the real Marie-Thérèse, traumatized following her family s brutal execution during the Reign of Terror, switched identities with an Reviews: Nagel, apparently an ultra-royalist, takes Marie-Thérèse's side at every opportunity, which is not necessarily the job of a biographer.

She writes well, though, and her book has become the number one "reliable source" used by Wikipedia for articles on the later Bourbons and related topics/5(8). Susan Nagel - Marie-Thérèse, Child of Terror: The Fate of Marie Antoinette's Daughter, Bloomsbury, If anything, these examples prove that the "regularization of spelling and grammar" in the capitalization of French titles that you claim doesn't really exist.

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Marie Thérèse Charlotte de France (19 December – 19 October ) was the eldest child of King Louis XVI of France and his wife, Queen Marie Antoinette. As the daughter of the king, she was a Fille de France, and as the eldest daughter of the king, she was given the.

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Susan Nagel includes a great many more details in her biography Marie-Thérèse, Child of Terror: The Fate of Marie-Antoinette's Daughter. The orphaned daughter of Louis XVI and Marie-Antoinette was aware that her small brother Charles was in the room below, ill.

Marie-Thérèse-Charlotte of France (19 December – 19 October ) was the eldest child of King Louis XVI of France and his wife, Queen Marie Antoinette. As the daughter of the king, she was a Fille de France. Until her marriage to the eldest son of Charles X, the court referred to her by the traditional honorific of "Madame Royale".

After her husband’s death inMarie-Thérèse moved to Schloss Frohsdorf, a baroque castle just outside Vienna. Marie-Thérèse died of pneumonia on 19 Octoberthree days after the fifty-eighth anniversary of the execution of her mother.

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