By Victoria Alexander
As soon as upon a time there has been a tender debutante of ability who dreamed of marrying a prince. So she traveled to London to turn into . .
The Prince's Bride
As a bad yet proud younger woman, Jocelyn Shelton had yet one dream: to marry a prince and convey convenience to herself and her kin. Now situations deliver her to London, the place her charms can make her want come precise. yet her rendezvous with royalty is dangerously interrupted, and she or he unearths herself rescued—and completely kissed—by Rand, Viscount Beaumont . . . a bold guy within the carrier of the king.
To shield her existence, Rand whisks her away to the geographical region, and to protect her attractiveness, he concurs to marry the willful good looks. woman Jocelyn is not often his first selection as a bride, yet underneath her fiery nature he uncovers a young vulnerability and a hot ardour. yet Rand is holding a surprising secret-one that, whilst published, may perhaps both shake her trust in him or make her notice that it takes greater than blue blood to be a real prince.
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14. Chibnall, ‘The sources used by William of Poitiers’ (Davis and Chibnall 1998: xxi, xxxi). 15. See Partner (1977: esp. 1-8); Damian-Grint (1999a: 85, 147). 16. , Lodge (1990); Partner (1977: esp. 183-93). 17. See Damian-Grint (1999b: 349-67, esp. 353-58). See also the discussion of the word gloser in Möhren (1997: 139). 18. Chronique 27219-35 (the whole episode takes lines 27197-466). 19. At a very rough estimate, Benoît’s Chronique is over six times as long as its Latin originals. 20. For these topoi see Damian-Grint (1999a): purpose of history (94-98), praise of material (1035), and industria (123-31).
Their impaled arms on a couched shield, are woven into the upper border, and supported by an angel in flight in the centre of the lower border. 30. See fols. 25, 44v, 101v, 117, 128 (Poitiers), 176v and 182. 31. I hope to publish a study of the heraldry of this manuscript, and to identify successfully all of the banners displayed in the borders and miniatures, which refer to the protagonists present at Crécy and Poitiers, but also at skirmishes which we would today regard as of lesser significance.
Villela-Petit, Ines (2004). ’ Paris 1400, Les arts sous Charles VI. Paris: Arthème Fayard. 371-73. Acknowledgements The author, editors and publisher express their gratitude to the following institutions and their librarians for kind permission to reproduce photographs from manuscripts in their collections: Bibliothèque nationale de France Bibliothèque d’Étude et de Conservation, Besançon Pierpont Morgan Library, New York Stonyhurst College Library, Lancashire Bibliothèque d’Étude et du Patrimoine, Toulouse The British Library All photographs from the Bibliothèque nationale de France, the British Library, the Morgan Library and the Bibliothèque d’Étude et du Patrimoine, Toulouse are © of those institutions.