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    The Life of Elizabeth I

    by Alison Weir

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    The New York Times best-selling author of The Six Wives of Henry VIII and The War of the Roses, historian Alison Weir crafts fascinating portraits of England's infamous House



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    I was amazed to read about how she managed to convince all her advisers and foreign ambassadors that she was willing to marry, while she was notElizabeth, after the terrible, bloody reign of her half-sister Mary I, had the enormous task of re-uniting the nation of England, pay back incredible debts, and make people believe in the Tudor's once againNevertheless, as the best match in her parish, she dissembled brilliantly over this issue and exploited to the full her marriageability, using it as a political weapon to the best advantage of her realm.Elizabeth never married, but was she the Virgin Queen she claimed to be? This question was being asked soon after her accession, and scurrilous rumours were rife throughout her reign, fuelled by Elizabeths own behaviour, which was often condemned by her own subjects as scandalousKirkus Reviews Read More She was cunning, wickedly humorous and extremely vain


    She kept control until the very end of her reign when she began to tire of being a rulerShe was quite clever using her charms & wit to say Queen & unwedIf you really want to learn about the Tudor Palaces, Castles and stately homes lived in or visited by Elizabeth, the fascinating politics, drama and intrigue that surrounded her, the love she shared with Robert Dudley, yet could never bring herself to be with him, and the fun, games and tantrums that went on in the private apartments, then this book is exactly what you are looking forMary, Queen of Scots was Elizabeth's cousin, and she lived in England after her unsuccessful reign as Queen of ScotlandShe played what became known as the marriage game with shrewdness and prevarication, keeping her many suitors, both political and personal, in a permanent state of high expectationsFor example, take this passage on Elizabeth's clothing:"Elizabeth I's wardrobe, which was rumored to contain more than three thousand gowns, became legendary during her lifetime, as her costumes grew even more flamboyant and fantastic.The Queen's portraits invariably show her in dresses of silk, velvet, taffeta, or cloth of gold, encrusted with real gems, countless pearls and sumptuous embroidery in silver or gold thread whilst her starched ruffs and stiff gauze collars grew even largerWithin Elizabeth's court there are many interesting personalities, one being Sir Walter Raleigh, another being Sir Francis Drake


    I didn't know much about Elizabeth before I picked up this bookThe author mentions various theories, but the one that seems most reasonable is based on Elizabeth's fears, both of giving up control to a husband and of the dangers of childbirthElizabeth led an incredible life and ruled against the odds as not just a woman, but a Protestantrated it really liked it Shelves: nonfiction, 2009, autobiographies-and-memoirs, tnbbc-spring-2009 I don't like nonfiction as a ruleWeir focuses less on political events and more on how Elizabeth I conducted her personal relationships in the public sphere - there being no such thing as privacy for a medieval monarchMsElizabeth had no intention of embroiling herself in such a difficult relationship.I am already married to an husband, and that is the kingdom of England, she was fond of declaringApr 26, 2013 Harold Titus rated it it was amazing review of another edition "Elizabeth the Queen" is a lengthy biography meticulously written by Alison Weir


    Please Mr Berry, stay over your side of the Atlantic where there are far more plausible conspiracy theories to be pursuedMy favorite part of the book is actually at the very end, and isn't even technically part of the book at all - think of it as a bonus trackShe was closer to him than to any other man, and their relationship endured for over thirty years, when it was cruelly ended by his death, which plunged Elizabeth into grief during her hour of triumph after the vanquishing of the Spanish ArmadaI feel I got alot of insight to the person that she wasPlaced in government and, later, military positions of authority, obdurate and paranoid, he disobeyed repeatedly Elizabeths orders; yet, after her fits of rage, she succumbed always to his exhibitions of counterfeit remorse and devotionLong live the Queen!! .more flag 3 likesLike see review View 1 comment I especially liked the family trees given to trace her lineageElizabeth I loved the Earl of Leicester, but did she conspire to murder his wife? She called herself the Virgin Queen, but how chaste was she through dozens of liaisons? She never married—was her choice to remain single tied to the chilling fate of her mother, Anne Boleyn? An enthralling epic that is also an amazingly intimate portrait, The Life of Elizabeth I is a mesmerizing, stunning reading experienceShe felt alone amongst a younger generation of self-seekers that were weary and dismissive of her and eager for a male successor


    (Sept.) DETAILS Reviewed on: 08/03/1998 Release date: 08/01/1998 Hardcover - 656 pages - 978-0-345-43097-7Paperback - 560 pages - 978-0-345-42550-8 Show other formats FORMATS Buy this book Amazon Barnes & Noble iBooks IndieBound Powell's The Best Books, Emailed Every Week Tip Sheet! MORE BOOKS YOU'D LIKE ADVERTISEMENT MORE FROM PUBLISHERS WEEKLY The Most Anticipated Books of Fall 2017 10 Epic Page-Turning Novels PW Picks: Books of the Week Top 10 John Ashbery Poems She was a fine oratorAnonymous More than 1 year ago Weir is one of the best writers of English history of this generationAnjou was so ardent and determined that the Queen had to pay him to go awayThe narration was delightful a322fe9657



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