Queen Elizabeth I: A Vision Transcending Time
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Queen Elizabeth I: A Vision Transcending Time

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Throughout history, Eveas daughters have endured and protested the harsh conditions of gender-prescribed roles in society. Despite a society sated with superstitions, despite an aristocratic marriage market, despite the victimizing social norms, and despite a denigrating male mindset toward its women, Elizabeth would grow to become the most educated woman in Tudor time. El...more
Paperback, 190 pages
Published September 4th 2007 by America Star Books
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Lady Elizabeth
Nov 26, 2008 Lady Elizabeth rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Elizabeth I devotees
Recommended to Lady by: My daughter
Jaye Fairchild brings a new twist to the person and the persona of Queen Elizabeth I.

First, Fairchild compares Elizabeth to other women of the aristocracy and the extent to which she pushed the barriers of the gender issues of the 16th century. Quite a feat for a woman alone!

This book delves into the gender issues surrounding Queen Elizabeth, how she dangled the men in her life, flirted with them, and accepted expensive gifts. Politically saavy and financially saavy, she took England into Early...more
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