Guillaume Le Sueur, like Jean de Coras, was also an eyewitness to the trial who wrote a published account of the story of Martin Guerre. Le Sueur’s book, Admiranda historia (1561), is mostly a straightforward news pamphlet, but it also draws a moral at the end. Davis argues that people like Le Sueur looked to the case to provide appropriate moral lessons for readers.
Guillaume Le Sueur Character Timeline in The Return of Martin Guerre
The timeline below shows where the character Guillaume Le Sueur appears in The Return of Martin Guerre. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
...nature of proof, and social problems like child marriage and spousal abandonment. Both Coras and Le Sueur may have found that the story contained a Protestant message. They dedicated their books to... (full context)