The Prince of Condé arrested and imprisoned in the Bastille

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Historical Context Note

In the aftermath of civil war between the Prince of Condé and the royal minister Concino Concini, Condé is arrested at the Louvre and imprisoned in the Bastille. The other Princes of the Blood are more fortunate, managing to escape from Paris.
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Editors. "The Prince of Condé arrested and imprisoned in the Bastille". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 February 2011
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