"Handsomely packaged and thoroughly researched, but no substitute for Polly Schoyer Brooks' more acute and balanced Beyond the Myth (1990). (Biography. 10-13)"
Yeatts, not a particularly skeptical biographer, portrays The Maid of Orléans as a Saint, as capable of bringing a dead baby back to life or prophesying accurately as she was of expertly conducting a siege and inspiring an army.
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