A Day with a Troubadour

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Religious intolerance and violence on all sides broke centuries of learning and culture. This landed on my doorstep as an unsolicited review copy with a cover that, to be perfectly honest, didn’t appeal to me all that much (okay, not at all). She invented a colorful history for herself and danced for audiences with her heart and soul. Masters of Rome: Masters of Rome is set during the last days of the old Roman Republic. He travels to the Old World, to places of origin: Jerusalem, the holy city; Rome (and thus by implication the Vatican); New Orleans, one of the first cities in the United States; and the south of France, Latour's boyhood home.

Pages: 48

Publisher: Runestone Press (December 1997)

ISBN: 0822519151

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