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Click here to view JEANNE
D'ARC: Maid of Orleans Deliverer of France, Being the Story of her
Life, her Achievements, and her Death, asattested on Oath and set forth
in the Original Documents. Edited by T. Douglas Murray (London: William
Heinemann,1903). Condemnation trial, courtesy of Virginia Frohlick.
here to view Joan of Arc by Joseph
Delteil (trans. Malcolm Cowley) New York: Minton, Balch, 1926. (NOTE:
685K PDF file)
here to view The Condemnation and
Rehabilitation Trials of Joan of Arc by Jane Marie Pinzino.
THE 1431 TRIAL OF JOAN OF ARC, Being the
verbatim report of the proceedings from the Orleans Manuscript,
translated by W.S. Scott, 1956, Associated Book Sellers. The
International Joan of Arc Society¹s on-line edition of the 1431
trial record is edited by Dr. Jane Marie Pinzino with permission of
Royal Folio Society. See Associated Book Sellers¹ original
hardcover edition for Scott¹s critical apparatus.
here to view Personal
Recollections of Joan of Arc by Mark Twain.
Click here to view an "index verborum" for the
condemnation trial of Joan of Arc ("PROCES DE CONDAMNATION DE JEANNE
D’ARC"), by scholar Jean Fraikin (Université catholique de
Louvain, Université de Liège). The work is divided into
four sections: the introduction,
(1) the index of latin words,
(2) the index of french words,
(3) the index of names.