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[文化博览] 【整理】2012-07-09 凡尔赛宫:国王的梦想 Dream Of A King—3

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[Homework]【整理】2012-07-09 凡尔赛宫:国王的梦想 Dream Of A King—3

Louise was very important to him, and he did love her, they have two children together, he made her a Duchess. But it was, it was a young man's crush rather than a profound passion.
Whatever his feelings for Louise, Louis was always careful to fulfill all his obligations to his wife. His marriage to Queen Marie Therese was politically vital. It had ensured peace between France and Spain for many years, and he needed to father children with her to ensure that his dynasty lived on.
Louis did feel the duty towards the queen, he made love to her frequently. She would always have a special Mass the day afterwards, and everybody would nudge each other at court because she looked very pleased as she came into the chapel. He was attentive to her, polite to her, they had children together. But she simply didn't have the looks, or the education, or the spirit, or the charm to captivate a man like that. She accepted his infidelity as did most royal and aristocratic women at the time as being part of marriage.
Louis's mosquito-bitten courtiers also had to accept that king for what he was. Like all 17th century monarchs, Louis believed himself appointed directly by God.
Nobody could tell him what to do, he was quite simply the only power in the realm. And having had this consciousness since he was a very very small child, I think it meant that he was, without any arrogance or hubris, of the opinion that he was pretty much a god himself.
As a kind of living god, Louis liked nothing more than being the center of everyone else's attention.


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Louise was very important to him. He did love her. They had two children together. He made her a Duchess. But it was, it was a young man’s crush, rather than a profound passion.
Whatever his feelings for Louise, Louis was always careful to fulfill all of his obligation to his wife. His marriage to Queen Maria Theresa was politically vital. It ensured peace between France and Spain for many years and he needed to father children with her to ensure his dynasty lived on.
Louis did his duty towards the Queen. He made love to her frequently and she would always have a special mass the day afterwards and everybody would nudge each other at court because she looked very pleased as she came into the chapel. He was attentive to her, polite to her. They had children together, but she simply didn’t have the looks, or the education, or the spirit, or the charm to captivate a man like that. She accepted his infidelity as did most royal and aristocratic women at that time as being part of marriage.
Louis’s mosquito-bitten courtiers also had to accept their king for what he was. Like all 17th century monarchs, Louis believed himself appointed directly by God.
Nobody could tell him what to do. He was quite simply the only power in the realm. And having had this consciousness since he was a very, very small child, I think it meant that he was without any arrogance or hubris of the opinion that he was pretty much got himself.
As a kind of living god, Louis like nothing more than being center of everyone else’s attention.
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Louis was very important to him, and he did love her, they have two children together, he made her a Duchess.
but it was a young man's crush rather than a profund passion.

whatever his feelings for Louise, Louis was always careful to fulfill all of his obligations to his wife, his
marriage to queen Maria Theresa was politically vital, it had ensured peace between France and Spain for many
years, and he needed to father the children with her to ensure his dynasty lived on.

Louis did feel his duty towards the queen, he made love to her frequently, and she would always have a special
mass the day afterwards. everybody would nudge each other at court, because she looked very pleased, as she
came to the chapel, he was attentive to her, polite to her, they had children together, but she simply didn't
have looks, or the education, or the spirit, or the charm to captivate a man like that.

she accepted his infidelity, as did most royal and aristocratic women of the time, as being part of marriage.

Louis mosquito bitten courtiers also had to accept their king for what he was, like all seventeenth century
Monarch, Louis belived himself appointed directly by God.

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Nobody could tell him what to do, he was quite simply the only power in the realm, and having had this conscious
-ness since he was very very small child, I think it meant that he was without any arrogance or hubris, ahmm.
of the opinion that he was pretty much a God himself

as a kind of a living God, Louis liked nothing more than being center of everyone else's attention.
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[Homework]【整理】2012-07-09 凡尔赛宫:国王的梦想 Dream Of A King—3

Louis wasn't very important to him. But he did love her and they had three children together. He made her the Duchess. But it was a young man's crush rather than a profound passion.Whatever his feelings for Louis, Louis was always careful to fulfil all his obligations to his wife. His marriage to Queen Marry Terrese was politically vital. It ensured peace between France and Spain for many years. And he needed to bound children with her to ensure this dynasty live on.
Louis did ... towards the queen. He made love to her frequently. She would always have a special mask the day afterwards. And everybody would  know that she is pleased as she came from the chateau. He was attempted to her and polite to her. They had children together. But she simply didn't have the looks or education or the spirit or the charm to captivate a man like that. She accepted his infidelity, asked it almost royal as been part of marriage.
Louis's mosquito-beaten courtiers also had to accepted the king for what he was. Like all 17 centuries monarchs, Louis believed himself  being appointed directly by God.
Nobody could tell him what to do. He was quite simply the only power in the world, and have had this conscious since he was a very small child. I think it means that he was without any arrogance or hubrace of the opinion that he is pretty much the God himself.
As a kind of living God, Louis liked nothing more than been the centre of everyone else's attention.



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