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Catherine of Aragon

I always think of Henry VIII’s reign as what catapulted England out of the dark ages.  The court was a huge theatrical production where only pleasure and style ruled. 857 more words


Book Review: Elizabeth -The Virgin Queen And The Men Who Loved Her

Elizabeth I of England is an icon among icons. Her public image of “Good Queen Bess” has long since survived her, elevating her to almost immortal status. 460 more words

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Katherine Howard: A New History

I always get slightly excited when I see that I have email, so you can imagine how much more excited I was when I was asked to review this book. 487 more words

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George Boleyn: Tudor Poet, Courtier and Diplomat

George Boleyn is quite the enigmatic character. Often misaligned with his sister, Anne Boleyn, as they suffered the same fate in 1536 when they were executed on trumped up charges, stemming from Henry VIII’s wish to have a son- which seemingly he could not with Anne. 427 more words

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