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'No one is better qualified than Philip Mansel to describe the gyrations of the French court from monarchy through empire and back to empire.' The Sunday Times

'Mr Mansel is a thoroughly diligent scholar … and his research does much to further the current revival of sympathy for Louis XVI.' The Irish Times

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Far from destroying the Royal Court, the French Revolution resulted in a stronger monarchy and a larger, more elitist series of courts. Philip Mansel's delightful study of the royal court describes how this came to be.

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