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Saint Joan

Saint Joan

  

by George Bernard Shaw

Joan Timeline and Summary

  • Joan sways Robert de Baudricourt and charms Charles and his court.
  • She's granted control of the army.
  • She then impresses Dunois at Orleans before going on to win tons of battles.
  • Joan has Charles crowned at Rheims, but then she goes off to liberate Paris without her allies' support.
  • Joan is captured, and then tried and convicted of heresy.
  • She's burnt at the stake.
  • Joan shows up in a dream and learns that she's been canonized.
  • She asks God when the world will be ready for saints like her.

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