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The Creation of Anne Boleyn

The Creation of Anne Boleyn Author Susan Bordo
ISBN-10 9781780744292
Release 2014-02-01
Pages 368
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Part biography, part cultural history, The Creation of Anne Boleyn is a fascinating reconstruction of Anne's life and an illuminating look at her afterlife in the popular imagination. Why is Anne so compelling? Why has she inspired such extreme reactions? What did she really even look like?! And perhaps the most provocative questions concern Anne's death more than her life. How could Henry order the execution of a once beloved wife? Drawing on scholarship and popular culture Bordo probes the complexities of one of history's most infamous relationships. In her inimitable, straight-talking style Bordo dares to confront the established histories, stepping off the well-trodden paths of Tudoriana to expertly tease out the human being behind the myths.



Anne Boleyn

Anne Boleyn Author Joanna Denny
ISBN-10 1439560048
Release 2008-10-08
Pages 374
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A stunning biography reveals the truth about Anne Boleyn, the highly literate and accomplished English queen executed in May 1536 for charges of adultery, and explores the intrigue, romance, danger of the Tudor court, and the turbulent times that changed England forever. Reprint.



The Anne Boleyn Papers

The Anne Boleyn Papers Author Elizabeth Norton
ISBN-10 1445612887
Release 2013-08-08
Pages 382
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Anne Boleyn, the second wife of Henry VIII, caused comment wherever she went. Through the chronicles, letters and dispatches written by both Anne and her contemporaries, it is possible to see her life and thoughts as she struggled to become queen of England, ultimately ending her life on the scaffold. Only through the original sources is it truly possible to evaluate the real Anne.



Jane Seymour

Jane Seymour Author Elizabeth Norton
ISBN-10 9781445606781
Release 2009-05-15
Pages 240
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The first ever biography of Jane Seymour, Henry VIII's third wife, who died in childbirth giving the king what he craved most - a son and heir.



Bring Up the Bodies

Bring Up the Bodies Author Hilary Mantel
ISBN-10 9781429947657
Release 2012-05-08
Pages 432
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Winner of the 2012 Man Booker Prize Winner of the 2012 Costa Book of the Year Award The sequel to Hilary Mantel's 2009 Man Booker Prize winner and New York Times bestseller, Wolf Hall delves into the heart of Tudor history with the downfall of Anne Boleyn Though he battled for seven years to marry her, Henry is disenchanted with Anne Boleyn. She has failed to give him a son and her sharp intelligence and audacious will alienate his old friends and the noble families of England. When the discarded Katherine dies in exile from the court, Anne stands starkly exposed, the focus of gossip and malice. At a word from Henry, Thomas Cromwell is ready to bring her down. Over three terrifying weeks, Anne is ensnared in a web of conspiracy, while the demure Jane Seymour stands waiting her turn for the poisoned wedding ring. But Anne and her powerful family will not yield without a ferocious struggle. Hilary Mantel's Bring Up the Bodies follows the dramatic trial of the queen and her suitors for adultery and treason. To defeat the Boleyns, Cromwell must ally with his natural enemies, the papist aristocracy. What price will he pay for Anne's head? Bring Up the Bodies is one of The New York Times' 10 Best Books of 2012, one of Publishers Weekly's Top 10 Best Books of 2012 and one of The Washington Post's 10 Best Books of 2012



Mademoiselle Boleyn

Mademoiselle Boleyn Author Robin Maxwell
ISBN-10 0451222091
Release 2007
Pages 355
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Anne Boleyn is thrilled with the prospects of a new adventure when her father is assigned the mission of spying on the French court and her sister Mary is given the task of allowing herself to be seduced by the king of France in order to uncover his secrets.



Anne Boleyn in London

Anne Boleyn in London Author Lissa Chapman
ISBN-10 9781473846241
Release 2016-09-30
Pages 256
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Romantic victim? Ruthless other woman? Innocent pawn? Religious reformer? Fool, flirt and adulteress? Politician? Witch? During her life, Anne Boleyn, Henry VIII’s ill-fated second queen, was internationally famous – or notorious; today, she still attracts passionate adherents and furious detractors. It was in London that most of the drama of Anne Boleyn’s life and death was played out – most famously, in the Tower of London, the scene of her coronation celebrations, of her trial and execution, and where her body lies buried. Londoners, like everyone else, clearly had strong feelings about her, and in her few years as a public figure Anne Boleyn was influential as a patron of the arts and of French taste, as the center of a religious and intellectual circle, and for her purchasing power, both directly and as a leader of fashion. It was primarily to London, beyond the immediate circle of the court, that her carefully 'spun' image as queen was directed during the public celebrations surrounding her coronation. In the centuries since Anne Boleyn’s death, her reputation has expanded to give her an almost mythical status in London, inspiring everything from pub names to music hall songs, and novels to merchandise including pin cushions with removable heads. And now there is a thriving online community surrounding her – there are over fifty Twitter accounts using some version of her name. This book looks at the evidence both for the effect London and its people had on the course of Anne Boleyn’s life and death, and the effects she had, and continues to have, on them.



In the Footsteps of Anne Boleyn

In the Footsteps of Anne Boleyn Author Natalie Grueninger
ISBN-10 9781445635361
Release 2013-11-27
Pages 288
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The visitor's companion to the palaces, castles & houses associated with Henry VIII's infamous wife.



History Fiction and The Tudors

History  Fiction  and The Tudors Author William B. Robison
ISBN-10 9781137438836
Release 2017-02-11
Pages 384
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This is the first book-length study of the award-winning historical drama The Tudors. In this volume twenty distinguished scholars separate documented history, plausible invention, and outright fantasy in a lively series of scholarly, but accessible and engaging essays. The contributors explore topics including Henry VIII, Catherine of Aragon, Anne Boleyn, his other wives and family, gender and sex, kingship, the court, religion, and entertainments.



She Wolves

She Wolves Author Elizabeth Norton
ISBN-10 9780752469218
Release 2011-08-26
Pages 288
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A history of the "bad girls" of England’s medieval royal dynasties, this book covers the queens who earned themselves the reputation of being somehow notorious. Some of them are well known and have been the subject of biographies—Eleanor of Aquitaine, Emma of Normandy, Isabella of France, and Anne Boleyn, for example—while others have not been written about outside academic journals. The appeal of these notorious queens, apart from their shared taste for witchcraft, murder, adultery, and incest, is that, because they were notorious, they attracted a great deal of attention during their lifetimes. She Wolves reveals much about the role of the medieval queen and the evolution of the role that led, ultimately, to the reign of Elizabeth I, and a new concept of queenship.



Unbearable Weight

Unbearable Weight Author Susan Bordo
ISBN-10 0520930711
Release 2004-01-01
Pages 400
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"Unbearable Weight is brilliant. From an immensely knowledgeable feminist perspective, in engaging, jargonless (!) prose, Bordo analyzes a whole range of issues connected to the body—weight and weight loss, exercise, media images, movies, advertising, anorexia and bulimia, and much more—in a way that makes sense of our current social landscape—finally! This is a great book for anyone who wonders why women's magazines are always describing delicious food as 'sinful' and why there is a cake called Death by Chocolate. Loved it!"—Katha Pollitt, Nation columnist and author of Subject to Debate: Sense and Dissents on Women, Politics, and Culture (2001)



The Destruction of Hillary Clinton

The Destruction of Hillary Clinton Author Susan Bordo
ISBN-10 9781925603026
Release 2017-04-03
Pages 252
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• The essential analysis of how and why Hillary Clinton lost the 2016 election by acclaimed cultural critic and historian Susan Bordo • The Destruction of Hillary Clinton offers insightful blow-by-blow analysis of how Clinton—the most well-qualified and experienced candidate ever to run for president—lost to a former reality TV star • Susan Bordo is a hugely respected feminist scholar and philosopher, author of the seminal Pulitzer Prize-nominated Unbearable Weight: Feminism, Western Culture and the Body, and known for her persuasive but accessible writing style • Her most recent book, The Creation of Anne Boleyn, looks at how Anne Boleyn, like Hillary Clinton, has been made out to be scheming, overly ambitious and untrustworthy in popular culture • Will appeal to all those whose hopes were invested in Clinton as the first woman president, and who have been mortified by Trump's catastrophic rise to power • Bordo currently holds the Otis A. Singletary Chair in the Humanities at the University of Kentucky • Will be the subject of a major marketing and publicity campaign from Text that will coincide with US publication



Anne of the Thousand Days

Anne of the Thousand Days Author Maxwell Anderson
ISBN-10 082220049X
Release 1977
Pages 75
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THE STORY: This beautiful presentation of the story of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn is played against the well-known historical background of the court of Henry. A grand drama of love, deceit and murder, ANNE OF THE THOUSAND DAYS brings these most fa



Provocations

Provocations Author Susan Bordo
ISBN-10 9780520264205
Release 2015-03-21
Pages 608
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The first collection of its kind, Provocations: A Transnational Reader in the History of Feminist Thought is historically organized and transnational in scope, highlighting key ideas, transformative moments, and feminist conversations across national and cultural borders. Emphasizing feminist cross-talk, transnational collaborations and influences, and cultural differences in context, this anthology heralds a new approach to studying feminist history. Provocations includes engaging, historically significant primary sources by writers of many nationalities in numerous genres—from political manifestos to theoretical and cultural analysis to poetry and fiction. These texts range from those of classical antiquity to others composed during the Arab Spring and represent Asia, the Middle East, Latin America, Western Europe, and the United States. Each section begins with an introductory essay that presents central ideas and explores connections among readings, placing them in historical, national, and intellectual contexts and concluding with questions for discussion and reflection.



The Tudors

The Tudors Author G.J. Meyer
ISBN-10 0440339146
Release 2010-02-23
Pages 640
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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER BONUS: This edition contains a The Tudors discussion guide. Acclaimed historian G. J. Meyer provides a fresh look at the fabled Tudor dynasty—and some of the most enigmatic figures ever to rule a country. In 1485, Henry Tudor, whose claim to the English throne was so weak as to be almost laughable, nevertheless sailed from France with a ragtag army to take the crown from the family that had ruled England for almost four centuries. Fifty years later, his son, Henry VIII, aimed to seize even greater powers—ultimately leaving behind a brutal legacy that would blight the lives of his children and the destiny of his country. Edward VI, a fervent believer in reforming the English church, died before realizing his dream. Mary I, the disgraced daughter of Catherine of Aragon, tried and failed to reestablish the Catholic Church and produce an heir, while Elizabeth I sacrificed all chance of personal happiness in order to survive. The Tudors presents the sinners and saints, the tragedies and triumphs, the high dreams and dark crimes, of this enthralling era.



Wolf Hall

Wolf Hall Author Mike Poulton
ISBN-10 9780822232155
Release 2016-05-16
Pages 100
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THE STORY: Mike Poulton’s two-part adaptation of Hilary Mantel’s Man Booker Prize-winning novels is a thrilling portrait of a brilliant manipulator navigating a high-stakes political landscape. WOLF HALL begins in England in 1527. King Henry VIII needs a male heir, and his anger grows as months pass without the divorce he craves. Into this volatile court enters the commoner Thomas Cromwell. Once a mercenary and now a master politician, he sets out to grant King Henry’s desire while methodically and ruthlessly pursuing his own Reforming agenda.



Anne Boleyn

Anne Boleyn Author Lacey Baldwin-Smith
ISBN-10 9781445618098
Release 2013-04-15
Pages 256
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The epic tale of Henry VIII's feisty second wife.