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Mary Tudor : princess, bastard, queen / Anna Whitelock.

Whitelock, Anna, (author.).

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Bangor Public Library B 92 WHI (Text) 75011000335569 New Books Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 9780143128656 (pbk.)
  • ISBN: 0143128655 (pbk.)
  • Physical Description: 402 pagesĀ  : paperback, color illustrations ; 22 cm.
  • Publisher: New York, New York : Penguin Books, 2016.

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Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note:
Introduction: resurrection -- Part I. A king's daughter -- Princess of England -- A true friendship and alliance -- Are you the dauphin of France? -- A very fine young cousin indeed -- The institution of a christian woman -- Great signs and tokens of love -- Princess of Wales -- Pearl of the world -- This sheer calamity -- The king's great matter -- The scandal of christendom -- The Lady Mary -- Spanish blood -- High traitors -- Worse than a lion -- Suspicion of poison -- The ruin of the concubine -- Most humble and obedient daughter -- Incredible rejoicing -- Deliverance of a goodly prince -- The most unhappy lady in christendom -- For fear of making a ruffle in the world -- More a friend than a stepmother -- The family of Henry VIII -- Departed this life -- Part II. A king's sister -- The king is dead, long live the king -- Fantasy and new fangleness -- Advice to be conformable -- The most unstable man in England -- What say you, Mr. Ambassador? -- An unnatural example -- Naughty opinion -- Matters touching my soul -- My device for the succession -- Friends in the briars -- True owner of the crown -- Part III. A queen -- Marye the Quene -- The joy of the people -- Clemency and moderation -- Old customs -- God save Queen Mary -- Iniquitous laws -- A marrying humor -- A suitable partner in love -- A traitorous conspiracy -- Gibbets and hanged men -- Sole queen -- Good night, my lords all -- Part IV. A king's wife -- With this ring I thee wed -- Mutual satisfaction -- The happiest couple in the world -- To reconcile, not to condemn -- The queen is with child -- Her majesty's belly -- Blood and fire -- Extraordinarily in love -- Committed to the flames -- A great and rare example of goodness -- Stout and devilish hearts -- Obedient subject and humble sister -- A warmed over honeymoon -- A public enemy to ourselves -- The grief of the most serene queen -- Readiness for change -- Thinking myself to be with child -- Reasonable regret for her death -- Epilogue: veritas temporis filia.
Subject: Mary I, Queen of England, 1516-1558.
Queens > Great Britain > Biography.
Great Britain > History > Mary I, 1553-1558.
Great Britain > Kings and rulers > Biography.

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