In the 19th Century Mark Twain compiled the story of Joan of Arc from primary and secondary sources. He considered this to be his best work, though it is not the one for which he is best known. Now, this same work has undergone further analysis, delving into the issues of gender, identity, and sexuality. The new variant promises to be an interesting read.
(The following is the marketing blurb reprinted with permission from the publisher, Little Flower Publishing.)