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Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots [Read] ➯ Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots By Alexandre Dumas – Thomashillier.co.uk A legendary queen is pampered and adored even as she is led to her own beheading A legendary queen is pampered Queen of MOBI ó and adored even as she is led to her own beheading.


10 thoughts on “Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots

  1. Cláudia Cláudia says:

    Ano passado, tatuei no bra o esquerdo uma frase de Mary Stuart, a Rainha da Esc cia my heart is my own Nessa obra de Alexandre Dumas, que conta os percal os e trag dias dessa rainha, fica ainda mais claro que seguir seu cora o pode ter medidas irrepar veis, mas que nos tornam quem n s somos Mary n o tomou as melhores decis es como l der, nem sua lideran a foi t o transformadora quanto a de Henrique VIII ou Elizabeth I, aquela que sentenciou Mary morte ap s 19 anos de sofrimento, migrando Ano passado, tatuei no bra o esquerdo uma frase de Mary Stuart, a Rainha da Esc cia my heart is my own Nessa obra de Alexandre Dumas, que conta os percal os e trag dias dessa rainha, fica ainda mais claro que seguir seu cora o pode ter medidas irrepar veis, mas que nos tornam quem n s somos Mary n o tomou as melhores decis es como l der, nem sua lideran a foi t o transformadora quanto a de Henrique VIII ou Elizabeth I, aquela que sentenciou Mary morte ap s 19 anos de sofrimento, migrando de pris o em pris o Mas foi genu na e aut ntica em suas decis es, e especialmente em momentos cruciais da vida Me afei oei ainda mais a essa personagem curiosa da hist ria E a edi o da Wish bem linda e caprichada Vale muito a pena


  2. نادية أحمد نادية أحمد says:

    She wrote Tears go by my fairest yearsWas ever grief like mineImposed by destiny Wooow what amazing deep words I like it so much She wrote also Better should my pain Bitterly complain, Crying shrill, To thee who dost constrain My spirit to such ill Goddess, who shalt never die, List to what I say Thou who makest me to lie Weak beneath thy sway, If my life must know Ending at thy blow, Cruellest Own it perished so But at thy behest_ Reign 4 seasons _ Mary Queen of scots_ Mary Queen of Scots 2018 Marie Stuart Alexandre Dumas New Millennium Audio


  3. Redsteve Redsteve says:

    Classified as fiction, but it readslike a 19th Century true crime docudrama of 16th Century events I m not sure whether Dumas serialized this or when he was writing it, stopped partway through and then returned to it later For the first 100 or so pages, it s pretty much straight history, allowing for the author s assumptions preferences and contemporary or near contemporary rumors being stated as facts At that point, it becomeslike a novel, with large blocks of dialogue and st Classified as fiction, but it readslike a 19th Century true crime docudrama of 16th Century events I m not sure whether Dumas serialized this or when he was writing it, stopped partway through and then returned to it later For the first 100 or so pages, it s pretty much straight history, allowing for the author s assumptions preferences and contemporary or near contemporary rumors being stated as facts At that point, it becomeslike a novel, with large blocks of dialogue and statements about the characters feelings Then, after about another hundred pages, it goes back toor less straight history for the rest of the book, briefly going back to dialogue for a few pages at time A quick read and not terribly inaccurate certainly Dumas takes much fewer liberties with the history than do the writers of The Tudors or Reign


  4. Christine Christine says:

    Julie Christe reads Dumas Whatdo you want Seriously though, this is a pretty good, if historically suspect, story about Mary Queen of Scots.


  5. Nola Redd Nola Redd says:

    Focusing on the life of Mary Stuart after she left France to return home to reign in Scotland, this book of history certainly proved ainteresting read than the last I reviewed, a free version fromYet where that work stuck strictly to facts, Dumas version took a number of liberties which improved the reading but made the separation of fact from fiction a challenge.Dumas frequently inserts speeches of great melodrama into the mouths of those he writes about, including small details Focusing on the life of Mary Stuart after she left France to return home to reign in Scotland, this book of history certainly proved ainteresting read than the last I reviewed, a free version fromYet where that work stuck strictly to facts, Dumas version took a number of liberties which improved the reading but made the separation of fact from fiction a challenge.Dumas frequently inserts speeches of great melodrama into the mouths of those he writes about, including small details not likely to be recorded in historical documents Then, too, there were several points that were written counter to what I had previously read, such as the deaths of the two Douglas boys that helped Mary to escape Though I do not know for certain which is correct, the fact that this version led both to die in a fardramatic manner actually calls its veracity into doubt Ironically, some of the things I would like to have seen expanded upon, such as her mistreatment by her second husband, were passed over with only a sentence or two of explanation Then, too, very little was said of her son as a child one must imagine she would have referenced being torn from him so young But then, perhaps this was not a concern for Mary.Overall, this wasenjoyable to read than a dry history though its age does make the tonetedious But the reader is required to put much care into the things they accept as fact It makes for a good overview of Mary s power struggle, even as it provides supposed details


  6. Solor Solor says:

    Mary Stuart Queen of Scots was held captive for 19 years before being sentenced to the block by her cousin Elizabeth the First The former s Grandma, Margaret Tudor, was the elder sister of the latter s dad, Henry the VIII Dumas tells of the deadly games of power that cost the candid and badly counseled Catholic Stuart her reign, and eventually her head, at Fotheringhay Castle, 70 miles north of London Conversely, the Protestant Queen of England portrait is devastatingly cruel and calculating Mary Stuart Queen of Scots was held captive for 19 years before being sentenced to the block by her cousin Elizabeth the First The former s Grandma, Margaret Tudor, was the elder sister of the latter s dad, Henry the VIII Dumas tells of the deadly games of power that cost the candid and badly counseled Catholic Stuart her reign, and eventually her head, at Fotheringhay Castle, 70 miles north of London Conversely, the Protestant Queen of England portrait is devastatingly cruel and calculating in her design to eliminate any obstacles to the crown There were abundant cries from Catholic camp that Henry VIII had married Anne Boleyn before his divorce had actually come through Therefore Elizabeth would have been an illegitimate and the nearest legal heir to the English throne would have been Mary, Queen of Scots.Regrettably, Dumas report leaves several crucial questions unanswered such as why Mary would choose to flee to England once escaped from the her Scottish conspirators on the first place.Puzzling


  7. Federica Federica says:

    Doveva essere una semplice cronaca sugli ultimi anni di vita di Mary Stuart, e invece alla fine si rivelato un racconto talmente appassionante che non riuscivo a staccar gli occhi dalle pagine A questo punto, nessun dubbio Dumas riuscirebbe a rendere interessante anche la mia lista della spesa.


  8. Shirlyn Shirlyn says:

    This book is where I caught the love of the English courts and monarch life styles in the 1800 s, Dumas is a fantastic writer, love


  9. Mario Sergio Mario Sergio says:

    O livro surpreendeu me como novela hist rica porque sempre saio da leitura desse segmento frustrado com a mistura inadequada de fic o e realidade hist rica Dumas, verdade, dramatiza e romanceia os di logos sem que isso possa comprometer historicamente a novela, mas o cerne da vida de Mary Stuart bem retratada a partir de sua volta Esc cia, depois de seu per odo na Fran a como rainha de Francis II.Dumas simplificou algumas passagens importantes da vida de Maria Stuart, especialmente a fas O livro surpreendeu me como novela hist rica porque sempre saio da leitura desse segmento frustrado com a mistura inadequada de fic o e realidade hist rica Dumas, verdade, dramatiza e romanceia os di logos sem que isso possa comprometer historicamente a novela, mas o cerne da vida de Mary Stuart bem retratada a partir de sua volta Esc cia, depois de seu per odo na Fran a como rainha de Francis II.Dumas simplificou algumas passagens importantes da vida de Maria Stuart, especialmente a fase do seu casamento com Darnley e nesse aspecto deixou bastante evidente que acreditava nos crimes pelos quais Mary foi acusada pelos Lordes Confederados, a pr pria escolha do sub t tulo j parece indicar isso.Especialmente emocionante o relato dos enviados dos Confederados ao seu castelo pris o em Lochleven, quando a persuadem a renunciar aos direitos do trono da Esc cia em favor de seu filho James VI Nessa oportunidade Dumas mostra Mary Stuart com toda a sua dignidade de rainha Digno de nota tamb m o relato do estratagema ajudado pelos dois irm os Douglas atrav s do qual escapou de Lockleven bem como seus ltimos dias em Fotheringway.Em suma uma narrativa que vale a pena


  10. Elisa Elisa says:

    Seriously interesting and intriguing read


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