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by Mary M. Luke

Author: Mary M. Luke
Language: English
Publisher: M.JOSEPH; First Edition edition (1971)
Pages: 526 pages
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Rating: 4.6
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Mary M. Luke also portrays Mary very sympathetically, as sympathetically as you can get without crossing into Catholic apologetic and distorting history.

Mary M. as with all ms luke's books, this one is very historically accurate and enjoyable reading. am reading all her books which are difficult to find as she wrote back in the 60's and 70's. i'm not sure when she published her last book, but I've been a fan for a long time. I highly recommend all her books for dedicated anglophile history buffs.

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Throughout the reigns of her brother and sister, Elizabeth's position was always very precarious, and she came close to execution several times, but escaped, gaining with each close call the shrewdness needed to survive the Tudor monarchy. Luke wrote a definitive Tudor trilogy: Catherine the Queen (1968), A Crown for Elizabeth (1970), and Gloriana: The Years of Elizabeth I (1973), with the latter two books focusing on Elizabeth's youth and reign. All the Queen's Men by Evelyn Anthony (1960)

Mary M. All the Queen's Men by Evelyn Anthony (1960). No Great Magic by Fritz Leiber (1963): depicted as a series of time-traveling impostors.

A Crown for Elizabeth" by Mary M. Luke is an older book that is on Mary, Elizabeth and Edward during Edward and Mary's reigns. I enjoyed it, although there is nothing special about it. Although I have yet to read it, David Loades's biography on Mary is considered to be the best. there have been lots of books written on the priority of Mary Tudor, from the two facets of the story. confident Mary Tudor burned people she seen to be heretics, yet she wasn't the only one; look at her father Henry VIII - he had lots of individuals placed to dying because of the fact they did no longer agree together with his.

72 Books I have cut from the bibliography. 7. Non-fiction books about Elizabeth Tudor. A Crown for Elizabeth by Mary M. Luke (1970). Gloriana: The Years of Elizabeth I by Mary M. Luke (1973). Elizabeth Tudor in historical fiction. 73 List of historical fiction books. Elizabeth I has a lot of mention in various trivia books of varying authenticity, and some downright weird stuff is going around. Any truth to any of this? She only bathed twice in her life. Elizabeth I - A Tudor Queen (Focus on Tudor Life ., by Liz Goglery (March 2006).

Elizabeth first refers to Mary politely in the first peace treaty she signed with France and Scotland (then governed by. .

Elizabeth first refers to Mary politely in the first peace treaty she signed with France and Scotland (then governed by Marys formidable mother, the Scottish Queen Mother and Regent Marie de Guise). Elizabeth, in an almost chiding tone, went on to patronise the young Mary and her husband Francois for their youthful error in claiming what she asserted was her rightful title: The King, who by reason of his yout. he Queen of Scots, who is likewise very youn. ave of themselves imagined and deliberated an enterprise so unjust, unreasonable, and perilous as to.

For sale is a copy of GLORIANA: THE YEARS OF ELIZABETH I by Mary M Luke, the third in a series of books she wrote about England's Tudor dynasty. Published by Coward McCann and Geoghegan of New York in 1973. 734 Pages with photos, illustrations on the end pages represent the coronation (front end page) and the funeral procession (back end page). Red cloth covered boards with gilt embossed signature; gilt text on the spine. Elizabeth was the second daughter of Henry VIII with his second wife, Anne Boleyn; the third of his children to ascend to the throne of England.

Despite its title and the handsome portrait of Elizabeth Tudor as a girl on the cover, A Crown for Elizabeth is not what at first sight it might appear to be - yet another biography of the everfascinat ing, everenigmatic Queen Eliz abeth I. In place of this, Mary M. Luke, already the author of a highly popular biography of Queen Catherine.