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Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc - Book 1: In Domremy, Chapter 7-8 Summary & Analysis

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Book 1: In Domremy, Chapter 7-8 Summary

Joan comes to see Louis and convinces him that what he witnessed was not a dream. She calms his fear of the unknown and powers beyond his comprehension. They walk to the spring and Louis immediately starts in with questions. Joan patiently explains that the archangel Michael has been visiting her for the past three years. She had been afraid the first time, but now she does not fear the visitations, which occur frequently. Usually people cannot see the archangel, but Louis was allowed for reasons that she understands but cannot reveal at this time. Other angels and saints come to talk with her—she calls them her Voices.

The Voices indeed inform her about the future. So far nothing has been foretold but disaster, and that is exactly what happened. Yet the Voices also talk of hope...

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