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Queen Elizabeth I (Historic Lives) Queen Elizabeth I, The Daughter Of Henry VIII And Anne Boleyn, Reigned From 1558 Until Her Death In 1603 And Is Remembered Not Only As A Powerful, Often Ruthless And Successful Monarch But Also As A Virtuous, Gracious, And Caring Ruler.This New Biography Of Elizabeth I, By A Leading Scholar, Reveals A Tough And Determined Virgin Queen, Whose Education, Wit, And Wisdom Enabled Her To Succeed In The Often Turbulent And Hostile World Of Her Reign Charting Elizabeth S Childhood, Schooling, And Family Life As Well As Her Relationships With Her Ministers And Suitors, Susan Doran Discusses Her Motivation And The Personal Qualities That Sustained Her As Queen Her Years In Power Were Often Dominated By Political Intrigue, Marriage Proposals, Disputes Over The Succession, Plots Against Her Life, And Warfare Elizabeth Made Clever Use Of Events, Such As The Defeat Of The Spanish Armada, And Unique Interests And Attributes, Such As Her Love Of Theatrical Pageant, To Enhance Her Reputation And Status In An Era Of Political And Religious Upheaval, Elizabeth I Emerges As One Of The Most Skillful And Formidable Monarchs In History.Illustrated Throughout With Portraits, Rare Historical Documents, And Letters In Elizabeth S Own Hand, This Book Provides An Engaging, Authoritative Account Of Queen Elizabeth I S Life And Times.

10 thoughts on “Queen Elizabeth I (Historic Lives)

  1. says:

    If you never read a single book about Elizabeth I, don t start with this one It does a nice job of giving an introduction to Elizabeth s reign, but is by no means comprehensive all all encompassing Even Doran, who is quite biased in Elizabeth s favor, has written better I recently read an ARC from NetGalley by Doran called Elizabeth I and Her Circle, much better though still quick to excuse Elizabeth s flaws instead of admitting they re there and leaving it at that To me forever, Elizabeth will be a manipulative, spoiled, attention demanding, tantrum prone queen Though Mary did herself...

  2. says:

    Review Don t be fooled by the short length of this book it includes a lot of portraits, sources and discussion But it also does cover a long period, and misses out some important events in detail like the death of Amy Robsart in 1560 and the extent of Elizabeth s relationship with Thomas Seymour and how that affected her decision not to marry Nevertheless, an excellent introduction to those with only a limited knowledge of the period, and a good review for a...

  3. says:

    An excellent overview of the life of Elizabeth I, Susan Doran manages to provide sufficient detail without becoming bogged down in extensive analysis She also naturally assumes that Elizabeth was an intelligent woman who was fully capable of ruling a nation during a time of great religious, economic, and social upheaval Unlike many histor...

  4. says:

    Accessible, fairly simple account.

  5. says:

    solid biography

  6. says:

    Sweet little book, with lots of pictures and handwriting samples.

  7. says:

    Um, it s about QE what s not to like The short bio was an easy read and did reveal a few tidbits that I didn t already know It s a good source for quick information.

  8. says:

    i didn t like this book at all and i thought it was dry and boring the only reason i read this was for an english asignment and i would recomend it.

  9. says:

    I read the beginning of this book I have been very interested in the Henry the 8th and his wives and daughters The historical part of this book was not as detailed as I would have liked it to be I have definitly read better.