The Invention of Truth by Marta Morazzoni

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An intertwining of two narratives follows three hundred of the most talented women in a kingdom in Northern France as they bring to life their queen's vision of what will become of the famous Bayeux tapestry.

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Published May 18, 1993 by Knopf. 99 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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While John Ruskin ponders the great cathedral, touches the hand of a beggar, admires a sculpture of the young Virgin, and returns briefly to his lost childhood, the woman from Amiens thinks about her distant husband and child, visits the seashore, and ponders the mysterious and ineluctable task o...

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