El Heptamerón es una colección de 72 novelas breves escritas en francés por la reina Margarita de Navarra, consorte de Enrique II de Albret. el Heptaméron des Nouvelles de très illustre et très excellente Princesse Marguerite de Valois. : El Heptameron: Autor/es: Margarita de Valois Reina de Navarra Editorial: Circulo de Lectores. Fecha Edicion: edicion paginas. Title: El Heptameron. Publisher: Circulo de Lectores. Publication Date: Binding: Tapa dura. Book Condition: Muy bien. Dust Jacket Condition: Muy bien.

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Related Records Click here for Related Records. Heirat mit Henri d’Albret, Roi de Navarre Dec 16, Marita rated it it was amazing Shelves: On Monday the 18th of August margxrita, there was a grand fate at the Louvre. This is probably my favourite Dumas novel but there’s something about this translation that doesn’t feel quite right. Sacrifice, freedom, improbable alliances. It wasn’t as compelling as the first pages were.

It’s nowhere near the best Dumas read The Count of Montecristo first, always but it’s still a good book. Queen Margot is a fast-paced, high-spirited, romping adventure revolving around the 16th century French court. It is interesting and in that Dumas cliff-hanger way exciting but most of it was ghost-written and I found it overall a weaker novel than the other ones I mentioned.


Published October 1st by Miramax Books first published Martarita also served as the basis of a brilliant film. Queen Margot is a fun, ridiculous, over-the-top adventure story that doesn’t take itself too seriously, and if you can appreciate it as such, then you will, I hope, enjoy reading it as much as I did.

And it rarely happens with classics to me, because I usually read one author’s most famous work and vvalois stop.

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Despite a very difficult start trying to grasp the political complexities and characters, by the halfway mark I was rocking along and had a hard time keeping my nose out of it. Purtroppo non sono riuscita ad apprezzare questo testo. I can’t believe that in the age of George RR Martin, this novel hasn’t awakened more interest.

Navarre, Marguerite de, She’s referred to as “the Florentine,” as much as she’s referred to by name.

I suspect it’s Dumas rather than the translator: In typical Dumas fashion and flair La Reine Margot overflows with treachery, intrigue, hidden staircases and doors, poison, murder plots, gallant heroes and best of all — Catherine de Medici is the most deliciously over the top villainess I have come across in a long time.

Dumas, the Rossini of literature, churned out an impressive amount of his time’s pop-historical novels.

Queen Margot, or Marguerite de Valois by Alexandre Dumas

Mar 05, Meg rated it really liked it Shelves: Lots of very funny French irony my favorite bits were dialogue in which the various royal folks were pretending they didn’t margarta their spouses were cheating on them – which they didn’t actually care about because it was an arranged marriage – yet pretending that of course they WOULD care if they knew about it.


From then on I was treated to riotous carnival of oh no she did not just do that with a lot of he did the dastardly scoundrel, I never.

Marguerite, de Navarre, As for the ending, I can’t really blame the author, since – let’s be real – no va,ois about the royalty of France has a happy ending.

Margaret, Queen of Navarre. There’s just so much blood and intrigue!

It’s about the war between the Catholics and the Hugenots, I think it even tops Three Musketeers in my personal opinion. Catherine D’Medici is the scariest, creepiest, most terrifying villainess. This is an example of why some books are considered classics. Marguerite, reina, consort d’Enric II, rei de Navarra, It’s full of action, humor, wit, and a little romance.