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- Joinville, Jean de 1224?-1317. French chronicler who wrote Histoire de Saint Louis (1309), the principal source on the life of Louis IX.
“He has more fully explained the principles according to which the text of Joinville has been restored by him in his _Mémoire sur la Langue de Joinville_.”
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“Spent a year with my family in Joinville, outside Paris, and bought my wine in the local grocery store; the Cahors was 12 francs, the Cote-de-Rhone was 18 (the dollar then was 7 francs).”
“Inimitable as he is, to come from the Icelandic books to Joinville is to discover that he is”
“This text, which could hardly be called Joinville’s, remained for a time the received text.”
“Jean de Joinville bore Philippa away in the press, and Fortini and I settled our arrangements in a trice.”
“She paused to beckon to her uncle, Jean de Joinville, who was passing — uncle on her mother's side, of the de Joinvilles of Anjou.”
“It turned out that Joinville was not only a film-maker, but a covert agent for the Communist Bloc.”
“It's likely they might have embarked on a relationship, had it not been for her murder - Lady Janet Lewis was gunned down by Joinville.”
“Callan avenged her by killing Joinville, and her sons were taken in by her older brother Harry.”
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