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The Tudor Wench: A Play in Three Acts

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Paperback, 80 pages
Published 1933 by Samuel French
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Apr 29, 2015 Mel rated it really liked it
In a way it is odd to think back to a time when the dramatisation of Elizabeth I's life didn't include Elizabeth R and Glenda Jackson. The Tudor Wench was Beatrix Lehmann's first major starring role. She was 30 at the time (being born only 3 years after the author) and playing a teenage girls, but all the newspapers gave her glowing reviews and not one commented on her age.

The play itself was taken from a part of Thane's novel. It focused on the young Elizabeth. The play was little more than a
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Thane is most famous for her "Williamsburg" series of historical fiction. The books cover several generations of a single family from the American Revolutionary War up to World War II. The action moves from Williamsburg in later books to England, New York City and Richmond, Virginia.
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