The Voices of Nîmes: Women, Sex, and Marriage in Reformation Languedoc
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‘Suzannah Lipscomb’s extraordinary Voices of Nîmes performs that miracle which only the most powerful historians can execute: using a dense archive to re-awaken lost lives: the women of 16th century Protestant Nîmes. Here they are to the life, body and soul, faith and feeling, morally intense and sensually driven; vocal, animated, and in their way eloquent. This is a beautiful book, grippingly written, and destined to be a classic of social history.’’

Professor Sir Simon Schama

‘Suzannah Lipscomb has achieved the near-impossible: she’s found an intriguing new way of imagining the king we thought we all knew about.’

Dr Lucy Worsley