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Michel and Angele - Complete

Gilbert Parker

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .erstood from what good spirit it sprung, and how it flattered the Seigneur's vanity to make show of resistance.

The Governor greeted De la Foret with a sour smile, read to him the Queen's writ, and politely begged his company towards Mont Orgueil Castle.

"I'll fetch other commands from her Majesty, or write me down a pedlar of St. Ouen's follies," the Seigneur said from his doorway, as the Governor and De la Foret bade him good-bye and took the road to the Castle.


Michel de la Foret was gone, a prisoner. From the dusk of the trees by the little chapel of Rozel, Angele had watched his exit in charge of the Governor's men. She had not sought to show her presence: she had seen him—that was comfort to her heart; and she would not mar the memory of that last night's farewell by another before these strangers. She saw with what quiet Michel bore his arrest, and she said to herself, as the last . . . Read More

Community Reviews

Well, this was a keeper. It suited me about as much as The Fool Beloved and William Shakespeare. I had thought, that I enjoyed this time period. But, I did not enjoy this author's style of putting over the times.

It looked so good though! Those picture! The time period! The opening shipwreck! But, al