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This front matter section of the book titled King's Sister - Queen of Dissent contains the table of contents, and list of tables. The book reconstructs for the first time Marguerite of Navarre's leadership of a broad circle of nobles, prelates, humanist authors, and commoners, who sought to advance the reform of the French church along evangelical (Protestant) lines. Hitherto misunderstood in scholarship a consistent reform program from the Meaux experiment to the end of Francis I's reign through a variety of means: fostering local church reform, publishing a large corpus of religious literature, high-profile public preaching, and attempting to shape the direction of royal policy.

Keywords: Francis I; Marguerite of Navarre; Meaux experiment

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