The Knight's Tale
by Cristian Butnariu
Jeanne de Piennes, in the last days of his martyrdom, while felt mortally wounded, was no longer living with a thought:
"We should not I die before having assured the happiness of my daughter ... And what joy can there be for the poor little as it will not be under the guidance of his father! ... Yes! Find François, although he still believes me guilty ... put her child in his arms ... and then..