9 Non-Fiction Books about Marie Antoinette by Women Authors
Marie Antoinette has been the subject of fascination for historians and other writers for more than 200 years, and this fascination has resulted in an abundance of non-fiction books; from traditional biographies to selective focuses on Marie Antoinette's legacy and everything in between. To round out this year's Women's History Month, I'd like to share 9 non-fiction books written about Marie Antoinette by women authors.
Marie Antoinette: The Tragic Queen by Dorothy Moulton Mayer
Marie Antoinette: The Journey by Antonia Fraser
The Wicked Queen: The Origins of the Myth of Marie Antoinette by Chantal Thomas
Marie Antoinette: The Last Queen of France by Évelyne Lever
Marie-Antoinette, Daughter of the Caesars: Her Life, Her Times, Her Legacy by Elena Maria Vidal
The Indomitable Marie Antoinette by Simone Bertière
Marie Antoinette: An Intimate History by Melanie Clegg
Queen of Fashion: What Marie Antoinette Wore to the Revolution by Carolyn Weber
A Day With Marie Antoinette by Hélène Delalex
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