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Speech to the Troops at Tilbury by Queen Elizabeth I

The intention of Queen Elizabeth’s the I speech was to rally the troops for the battle at Tilbury. The soldiers were meant to feel the inspiration and the love that Queen Elizabeth the I had for her people and that she was unwilling to give up in the face of battle.   658 more words

Culture And Society

The Other Countess by Eve Edwards

This has become one of my favorite books, and series. I read a lot so for me to classify this as a favorite, it’s definitely one of the better ones I’ve read. 494 more words

Romance

Why Queen Elizabeth remained a virgin

In studying the Elizabethan period a few things have come clear that were not before, among them the peculiar nature of the Reformation focus on Sin, or to be more precise, on sins related to sex. 2,503 more words

Shakespeare Authorship

My Mind to Me A Kingdom Is (Sir Edward Dyer)

My mind to me a kingdom is;
Such perfect joy therein I find
That it excels all other bliss
That world affords or grows by kind. 310 more words

Poetry

Elizabethan Entertainment by Maria and Casey

In our English class this term we have been studying Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare. We have been researching entertainment in the days when… 525 more words

Blogging

Elizabeth I by Margaret George

I think I’ve said this before, but I’ll say it again- I have a soft spot for historical fiction. Even more so when it comes to royals. 268 more words

Book Review

The Earl of Southampton's Cat

“The Conceitful Discourses of Sundrie Catts, Never Before Imprinted.” What if the letters of an Elizabethan-era cat were discovered and published online? They might look something like this.

Fiction