The Return of Martin Guerre - Chapter 10, the Storyteller Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10, the Storyteller Summary and Analysis

Two writers tell us the story in depth of the impostor, Arnaud du Tilh and the return of Martin Guerre. They are Judge (de) Coras, who writes "Arreste Memorable" and Guillaume Le Sueur, writer of "The Admirable History of the Pseudo-Martin of Toulouse." Guillaume Le Sueur is a not very well known writer and lawyer, and also is a Protestant sympathizer. He is able to write this detailed work because he uses the notes of one of the Presidents of the Court, Pres. Michel Du Faur. Le Sueur's written work is a detailed book that goes back to the origin of the Guerre family, and their migration from Basque country to Artigat.

Judge Jean Coras is well known to history. In 1560, he is already a covert Protestant supporter which, in 1572, costs him his life. The author suspects...

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