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by Jean Anouilh, Lucienne Hill (Translator), Andre Aciman (Foreword by)

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The celebrated play that draws from historical events in the Norman conquest of England to create a profound portrait of a man's soul—and a transcendent vision of the human spirit

From its powerful opening scene, of a naked King Henry II praying at the tomb of Thomas Becket, to the final wrenching act of ultimate self-sacrifice, Jean Anouilh's

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At first glance, this book may seem like another old English piece of literature focusing on kings and such; but this boook is more than that. In this book one will find the greatest tale of an ill-fated man who gains power through weakness... ???? Read it and you'll understand