The Many Lives & Secret Sorrows of Josephine B Quotes

Sandra Gulland
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"You will be Queen, she said." In which I am told an extraordinary fortune, p. 9.

"(I let Monsieur de Beauharnais win.) He is so educated and so talented, I am in awe of him." In which I am introduced to my fiance, p. 62.

"The Marquis has received several letters regarding Alexandre's dissolute behaviour in Martinico, where, he has learned, his son drinks, gambles and consorts publicly with a number of women (not only Laure), oblivious to the disgrace to the family name." In which I come to the end of my endurance, p. 105.

"I had falsely assumed I would no longer be affected by Alexandre's reprehensible behaviour. I was mistaken." In which ill-fortune plagues us, p. 122.

"Only I had changed—thinner, dressed in elegant silks and lace, wearing a bonnet that hid the sadness in my eyes." In which I return home, p. 131.

"I have worded it...

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