Series: Angélique

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Angélique og det store spillet by Sergeanne Golon
Angélique XII : Drottningen av Silversjön by Sergeanne Golon
Angélique XVI : Den okuvliga by pseud. för Anne Golon & Serge Go Sergeanne Golon
Angélique: Marquise of the Angels by Sergeanne GolonBook 1
ANJELİK DÖNÜYOR by Sergeanne Golon
Verlangen naar de lente by Anne Golon
Angélique: The Road to Versailles by Anne GolonBook 2
Angélique by Anne GolonBook 1&2
Angélique and the King by Anne GolonBook 3
Angélique and the Sultan by Anne GolonBook 4
Angélique in Revolt by Sergeanne GolonBook 5
Angélique in Love by Sergeanne GolonBook 6
Angélique in Love / The Countess Angélique (in the New World) by Anne GolonBooks 6-7
The Countess Angélique by Sergeanne GolonBook 7
Countess Angelique: Part 1: In the Land of the Redskins by Sergeanne GolonBook 7, Part I
The Countess Angélique in the New World, Book 2 : Prisoner of the Mountains by Sergeanne GolonBook 7, Part II
The Temptation of Angélique by Sergeanne GolonBook 8
The Temptation of Angélique, Book 1 : The Jesuit Trap by Sergeanne GolonBook 8, Part I
The Temptation of Angélique, Part II : Gold Beard's Downfall by Sergeanne GolonBook 8, Part II
Angélique and the Demon by Sergeanne GolonBook 9
Angélique et la démone 1ere partie by Anne et Serge GolonBook 9, Part I
Angélique et la Démone - 2 by Anne GolonBook 9, Part II
Angélique and the Ghosts by Sergeanne GolonBook 10
Angélique à Québec by Anne GolonBook 11
Angélique à Québec : Livre 1 by Serge GolonBook 11, Part I
Angélique à Québec : Livre 2 by Anne GolonBook 11, Part II
Angélique: La route de l'espoir by Anne GolonBook 12
La victoire d'Angélique by Anne GolonBook 13
Angelique Memorial Bookartbook
Angelique La Memoire des Ailes Blanches Sweet Albumartbook
Angelique Requiem Memorial Bookartbook

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Series description

A series of French historical novels set in the 17th century, following the life and adventures of the irresistibly beautiful Angélique de Sancé, who rises from childhood poverty to marriage to a wealthy nobleman and the gliittering court of Louis XIV, and then must survive by her wits through hardships such as capture by pirates, rape, slavery, war and exile.

Note: Angélique, Marquise of the Angels (Book 1, 1956) and Angélique: The Road to Versailles (Book 2, 1958) were originally published separately but later published together in many translations simply as Angélique (Book 1). Additionally, some translations split other volumes. Thus there are multiple different series numbers. The original is kept, and the translated editions with combined first two volumes is noted here as "(transl. Book n)". Other translated split or combined volumes are described in the format original volume(s)/this edition's volume.

The series currently comprises 13 published volumes, nine of which have been translated into English. Two additional volumes are planned: Angèlique and the Kingdom of France (working title) and a fifteenth and final volume.

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Series was designed to cover groups of books generally understood as such (see Wikipedia: Book series). Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion. A good rule of thumb is that series have a conventional name and are intentional creations, on the part of the author or publisher. For now, avoid forcing the issue with mere "lists" of works possessing an arbitrary shared characteristic, such as relating to a particular place. Avoid series that cross authors, unless the authors were or became aware of the series identification (eg., avoid lumping Jane Austen with her continuators).

Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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