A Child of the Revolution
Cover of the 1932 first edition
|Series||The Scarlet Pimpernel|
|Genre||Adventure, Historical novel|
|Published||1932 (Cassell & Co)|
|Media type||Print (Hardback & Paperback)|
|Preceded by||The Triumph of the Scarlet Pimpernel|
|Followed by||Pimpernel and Rosemary|
During one return home, Sir Percy tells the story of André Vallon, a young Jacobin, to the Prince of Wales. André, wishing to revenge himself on a despotic seigneur, uses the Jacobins' rise to force the seigneur's daughter to marry him. Once wed, they come to love each other, only to have the old seigneur denounce André in an attempt to free his daughter.
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