Novel La révolte des nonnes (1981)

La révolte des nonnes de Régine Deforges (éditions Fayard)

La révolte des nonnes is a novel by Régine Deforges published in 1981.

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    In the midst of the greatest acts of savagery that shook then, in the year 576, a Gaul given over to the struggles of the queens Frédégonde and Brunehaut, remains the convent of Sainte-Croix. This community of women is the one that Queen Radegonde gathered the day she decided to devote herself to God.

    A television adaptation of the novel by Philippe Monnier was broadcast in 1990 under the title L’enfant des loups.

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