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Proceed to Basket. View basket. Continue shopping. Title: marriage with my kingdom the courtships of elizabeth i. United Kingdom. Search Within These Results:. Marriage with My Kingdom. The Courtships of Elizabeth I. Stump and Susan M. Sets Elizabeth's poems, prayers, speeches, proclamations and letters side by side with contemporary works that focus on the same events. Also includes commentary and criticism, ranging from early accounts of Elizabeth to the queen in film. The Elizabethans by A. The Elizabethan age was remarkable for the personalities of its leading participants, including the complex Virgin Queen herself; Francis Drake, who circumnavigated the globe with a drunken, mutinous crew; political intriguers like William Cecil and Francis Walsingham; and literary geniuses such as Christopher Marlowe and William Shakespeare.
Traces the career of an English slave trader, and puts the blame for his brutal career on Queen Elizabeth I. Examines the process by which the Spaniard, a long-term ally and friend, became in English eyes the epitome of human depravity, and how resistance to his imagined goals helped shape an emerging sense of nationhood. The Last Armada by Des Ekin. An illustrated collection of essays by international scholars. Topics include government, political ideas, censorship and propaganda, religion, social hierarchies, women, the family and household, popular culture, art, exploration and imperialism, and wars.
I, Elizabeth by Rosalind Miles. A vivid fictional autobiography. I recommend it.http://alagarden.com/modules
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Legacy by Susan Kay. Novel about Elizabeth I, England's most passionate queen, and the three men who loved her. Queen of This Realm by Jean Plaidy. Novel in which Queen Elizabeth I tells her own life story. The Succession by George P. Garrett is a novel about Elizabeth and her successor, James I. The Virgin's Lover by Philippa Gregory. The Queen's Fool by Philippa Gregory. By the author of The Other Boleyn Girl. The Lady Elizabeth by Alison Weir.
This novel tells the story of Elizabeth I before she became queen. Her father, Henry VIII, dominates her childhood, but others play powerful roles, including her loving and lethal sister Mary, ambitious Thomas Seymour, and the ever-present ghost of Anne Boleyn. The Marriage Game by Alison Weir. Young Queen Elizabeth I's relationship with the dashing -- and married -- Robert Dudley inspires whispers in her court. Matters take a dark turn when his wife is found dead.
Young Bess by Margaret Irwin. First published in the s, this popular novel about the early life of Elizabeth I was made into a movie starring Jean Simmons as the future queen. A Favorite of the Queen by Jean Plaidy. Originally published in under the title Gay Lord Robert. Virgin by Robin Maxwell is a novel about Elizabeth's youth. The Tudor Throne by Brandy Purdy. The Queen's Captive by Barbara Kyle.
Imprisoned by her sister, Queen Mary I, Princess Elizabeth longs to gain her liberty -- and the crown. The Queen's Governess by Karen Harper. Katherine Ashley, the daughter of a poor country squire, befriends Anne Boleyn and becomes governess to the future Queen Elizabeth I.
The Queen's Handmaiden by Jennifer Ashley. A novel of the early years of Elizabeth Tudor, as told by the fictional niece of her governess, Kat Ashley. Elizabeth I: The People's Queen? The first half of the queen's life narrated by the three women who knew her best: Margaret Bryan, Kat Ashley, and Catherine Knollys. The Queen's Pleasure by Brandy Purdy. Rival to the Queen by Carrolly Erickson. Elizabeth I by Margaret George. My Enemy the Queen by Victoria Holt. This excellent novel tells the story of the rivalry between Lettice Knollys and Elizabeth I.
Blood Between Queens by Barbara Kyle.
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Unicorn's Blood by Patricia Finney. Suspenseful novel about Elizabeth and Mary Queen of Scots.
The story of Lady Penelope Devereux, the daring young beauty who inspired sonnets even while she plotted against Queen Elizabeth I. Prisoner of the Queen by E. A young woman at Queen Elizabeth's court is forced to choose between her unyielding monarch and the husband she's not sure she can trust. Mistress Mary Shelton is Elizabeth I's favorite ward, but when Mary falls in love with the wrong man and defies the Queen, Elizabeth's wrath knows no bounds.
The Queen's Secret by Victoria Lamb. Novel set in the court of Queen Elizabeth I. The story of Elizabeth I through the eyes of two ladies-in-waiting. The Spymaster's Daughter by Jeane Westin. In the court of Elizabeth I, the daughter of the queen's powerful spymaster becomes a secret agent. All the Queen's Players by Jane Feather. Rosamund, a lady of Elizabeth's I bedchamber, is drawn into the rough world of theatre and eventually sent in disgrace to the castle where Mary, Queen of Scots is held captive.
The Tudor Secret by C. The Poyson Garden by Karen Harper. Mystery in which the young Elizabeth plays detective. The Tidal Pool by Karen Harper. The queen investigates a murder. The Twylight Tower by Karen Harper. Elizabeth investigates a conspiracy which involves the murder of the wife of her favorite, Robert Dudley.
The Queene's Cure by Karen Harper.
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Mystery in which Elizabeth faces a smallpox epidemic. The Thorne Maze by Karen Harper. As the Black Death stalks London, Elizabeth investigates an attempt on her life. The Queene's Christmas by Karen Harper. Elizabeth I solves a Yuletide mystery. The Queen's Bastard by Robin Maxwell. About Elizabeth's relationship with Leicester and their fictional child. A novel based on the movie of the same name.
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