LOUIS XIV, The Other Side of the Sun,

By: Prince Michael of Greece;

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LOUIS XIV, The Other Side of the Sun, by Prince Michael of Greece; translated by Alan Sheridan
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Orbis Publishing, London - ISBN:0856135143, 1983. hardcover, 6½" x 9½", with dust jacket. Ours is an ex-library copy in transparent protective covering, with usual stamps, stickers, etc. Barcode excised from ffep. GOOD book in GOOD price-clipped dust jacket. Illustrated frontispiece ('Louis le Grand'), select bibliography, and index. He was the most famous of all French kings, earning himself the title 'the Sun King'. He ruled France in one of its most glorious periods, and remains to this day the supreme symbol of absolute monarchy. But he had a darker side. Drawing on detailed evidence, this author explores the possibility that Louis XIV was a shy, weak, unstable man of unexpected and intriguing complexity.

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