This book is an abandoned solo and has been adopted by AmyS.
[*]Text source (only read from this text!): http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/20804Lucretia Borgia - According to Original Documents and Correspondence of Her Day. Lucretia Borgia is the most unfortunate woman in modern history. Is this because she was guilty of the most hideous crimes, or is it simply because she has been unjustly condemned by the world to bear its curse? The question has never been answered. (Summary from the Introduction )
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There are many non-English names in this book and I would like to come close to the original pronunciation if possible On this site you can search for names that you are not familiar with: http://www.pronouncenames.com/ When in doubt, please ask.
Lucretia - as in English
Borgia is pronounced bOHr-jaa (OH like in so, j like in jug, and aa like in car)
Ferdinand - as in English
Gregorovius is pronounced Greh-gohrOH-vee-us (eh like in enter, OH like in so, and the last us as in must)
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