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1926. A strong literary obsession overcame Webster that she had lived in eighteenth century France. Like the Ladies of Versailles, the more she read about the French Revolution the more she remembered. The Chevalier de Boufflers is her first serious book on the subject. It is the love-story of the Chevalier de Boufflers and the Comtesse de Sabran. Theirs was the grande passion of the times, they loved each other says Monsieur Victor du Bled, with a deep love, so different to the liaisons a la mode, with a love such as we understand it. An interesting note about the author: Webster also became known for her claims that the Jews had prepared and carried out the French Revolution. She became involved in several right-wing groups and is classified by many as a fascist writer. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.