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Judith WarnerShe presents, overall, a very human and multi-textured portrait of a queen who all too often has been reduced to a historical one-liner. Her Marie Antoinette is a dutiful daughter, a devoted mother, a committed wife and a passionate romantic. She even has a social conscience. This may be pure fiction, but it hardly matters. As the chronicle of one woman's life and loves, The Hidden Diary of Marie Antoinette rings true.
— The New York Times