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Monarchy and Matrimony: Courtships of Elizabeth I
They explore the preoccupations of the filmmakers, the sources they used and each film's reception. The contributors including John Guy, Christopher Haigh, Ronald Hutton and John Morrill are leading Tudor and Stuart historians Entertaining and instructive reading for students and filmgoers, pointing out what is historically empathetic as well as the historical howlers Includes film stills.
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Sutherland, formerly Royal Holloway and Bedford, London ""Monarchy and Matrimony is an authoritative and accessible study of Elizabeth I's marriage negotiations. It provides the definitive answer to the question of why Elizabeth remainded single, and in so doing throws new light on many aspects of Elizabethan foreign policy and domestic politics.
Mary's College "This is an important study, overturning the easy generalization that Elizabeth's marriage negotiations were of no significance since she had always intended to remain a Virgin Queen.
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Susan Doran's detailed examination of each individual courtship shows convincingly just how serious these discussions were and explains why all failed in the end. Her engaging book is enjoyable reading.
Placing Elizabeth's courtships in context she shows Elizabeth would have married if she could have but religion, foreign relations, her ministers, her sense of political possibility, and her love of Dudley created a muddle that prevented her. Superseding all other studies of Elizabeth's courtships, this is an important book.bbmpay.veritrans.co.id/almoharn-conocer-mujeres-solteras.php
Monarchy and Matrimony : The Courtships of Elizabeth I
Everyhistorian of Tudor politics and everyone interested in Elizabeth Tudor's life will want to read this clear and definitive account. Visit Seller's Storefront.
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