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Jaime Eastman, SLIS 5410 001, Final Project Page 2. November 23 2008, the movie The following titles introduce Tudor England English history women in England. and the court system, Brigden Susan New Worlds Lost Worlds The Rule of the Tudors 1485 1603 New York. Viking 2000 Brigden s text outlines the rule of the Tudors spanning Henry VII to Elizabeth. Chapters focus on either specific time periods such as the Reformation or on broad historical. topics such as social customs Brigden takes care to alternate specific history with overarching. topics providing a substantial background for Tudor England Much of the text reads like a. novel with characterization of major historical figures and the use of quotes throughout to. provide greater accuracy Illustrations are mixed with the chapter including a genealogical tree. for the House of Tudor and five maps relevant to the topics and battles discussed The. bibliographic essay included at the end provides information about source materials in detail. Elton G R England under the Tudors London Methuen Co Ltd 1974 Elton s work. is part of the comprehensive series A History of England in Eight Volumes This text begins. with the rule of Henry VII and continues to the years just after the Renaissance The text. discusses the role of the kings but also mentions key historical figures including Cardinal. Wolsey and Thomas Cromwell The text does well to explore a variety of events throughout the. Tudor reign including issues of the church the price revolution and wars Chapters are broken. into subsections each clearly labeled which helps readers browse for specific information if. desired Resources include four historical maps as well as a list of revisions and a genealogical. table noting the descendants of Edward III, Plowden Alison Tudor Women Queens and Commoners New York Atheneum 1979. The Tudor women provided the framework for Henry VIII s reign The text begins with a. discussion of the Lady Margaret mother of the first Henry Tudor Discussion continues by. leading the reader through the habits accomplishments and downfalls of each of Henry s. queens while also exploring the female heirs to the throne Lady Jane Grey the Princess Mary. and the Princess Elizabeth all receive recognition and analysis and Plowden makes a point of. exploring not only the reign of each but also the upbringing and environmental factors. contributing to the accomplishments and failures of each Also included are eight pages of. portraits a brief conclusion introducing Elizabethan women and a family genealogical table. Somerset Anne Ladies in Waiting From the Tudors to the Present Day New York. Alfred A Knopf 1984 Ladies in waiting helped define court life particularly in the rise and. fall of queens and other powerful women This text explores the ideas of ladies in waiting. although only the first chapter Continuance in the King s Favour refers to the reign of Henry. VIII The chapter begins with an exploration of the service duties for most ladies in waiting. considered a career for many of the women at court The rise and fall of Henry s queens defines. this chapter providing the timeline for discussion The text includes a variety of names of. important ladies at court and paints a vivid picture of the betrayal inherent in this environment. Jaime Eastman, SLIS 5410 001, Final Project Page 3.
November 23 2008, Henry VIII, During his reign Henry VIII provided England with a complex history and many changes to. English life perhaps most notably through his tumultuous marriages and his break with the. Roman Catholic Church Many struggle to understand both Henry and his motivations. attempting to explain his actions and insanities within a relevant historical context The. following titles examine Henry s history from his early years to court life. Bagley J J Henry VIII and His Times London Severn House Publishers 1962 This text. attempts to describe and explain the eccentricities of Henry VIII Beginning with his ascension. to the throne at 17 the text continues through to his death discussing his life in six major. sections his ascension to the throne and early years with Catherine his relationship with. Cardinal Wolsey the introduction of the Boleyn family Henry s break with the Catholic church. the tumultuous years surrounding Anne s death and the birth of a male heir and the ending years. of his life and final three wives Each chapter includes subheadings for sections clearly. outlining the phases of Henry s life and rule Enhancing the text is a series of twenty eight. illustrations providing glimpses of Henry his friends and his queens. Bruce Marie Louise The Making of Henry VIII New York Coward McCann. Geoghegan Inc 1977 This text discusses Henry VIII s early years including the formative. years leading to his ascension to the throne at a young age Bruce argues that perhaps these. years formed the basis for Henry s eccentricities later in life as England s monarch and this. analysis of his childhood provides a unique framework for the ruler The text discusses the. tumultuous events of a royal childhood and his unexpected ascension to the throne in light of his. brother s death including his young marriage to Catherine of Aragon Particularly intriguing are. details of political turmoil during Henry s youth The text includes an inset of eight illustrations. providing context for much of the information discussed. Weir Alison Henry VIII The King and His Court New York Ballantine Books 2001. This text provides an extensive look at the life of Henry VIII focusing on the years of his reign. as king Beginning with his young coronation and immediate marriage the text continues. through Henry s rule until his death in 1547 The chapters while containing much information. are short and easy to read The text explores Henry s wives but takes care to mention details. about his rule the social and political problems during his reign and Henry s descent into old. age and illness Despite the depth of coverage the text remains engaging and enjoyable. Resources include genealogical charts for the Tudors and their rivals as well as two inserts. providing a total of sixteen pages of color illustrations emphasizing the topics discussed. Wilson Derek In the Lion s Court Power Ambition and Sudden Death in the Reign of. Henry VIII New York St Martin s Press 2001 While most are familiar with Henry VIII s. marriages less well known are the daily perils associated with court life Wilson s text examines. the life and downfall of six men of the court Thomas Wolsey Thomas More Thomas. Cromwell Thomas Howard Thomas Wriothesley and Thomas Cranmer men who experienced. Jaime Eastman, SLIS 5410 001, Final Project Page 4. November 23 2008, political fats similar to those of Henry s wives The text covers six sections divided into years. of major events in the king s court Through a mixture of quote sand historical data the text. presents a vivid portrait of court life Also included are sixteen pages of relevant information. The Six Wives of Henry VIII, During his reign Henry VIII had six wives each an attempt to produce a male heir or find. personal happiness Throughout these tumultuous marriages his wives found themselves. divorced beheaded cast aside and humiliated In turn Catherine of Aragon Anne Boleyn Jane. Seymour Anne of Cleves Katherine Howard and Katherine Parr each provided a unique. background to Henry s rule as well as providing heirs to the throne The following titles explore. in greater depth the women who served as queens of England. Cowan Maurice The Six Wives of Henry VIII The King Seen Through the Eyes of Each of. His Ill Fated Wives London Leslie Frewin 1968 Much research has been done on Henry. VIII s relationships with his wives but little explores how the women might have viewed their. lord and husband Through six plays Cowan examines the attitudes actions and opinions of. each of the wives Based on historical research these plays provide a unique interpretation of. these women offering new insight into their personal reactions to the events of their time. Overall they provide an easily read and unique understanding of the wives giving scholars a. background for important historical events while considering the emotional realities. Fraser Antonia The Wives of Henry VIII New York Alfred A Knopf 1992 This text. seeks to define each of the women that Henry VIII loved defining the rise and fall of each. woman within her unique characteristics as queen Throughout the discussion outlines the. complexity of court life particularly for women with everything to gain or lose The text is. comprised of five sections one for each wife except the combined section for Anna of Cleves. and Katherine Howard Each section has chapters separating concepts and each chapter begins. with a relevant quote Typically sections outline the rise of each queen the unique elements she. brought to court and her ultimate downfall Resources include genealogical charts as well as an. eight page photo inset for each section including black and white and color illustrations. Lindsey Karen Divorced Beheaded Survived A Feminist Reinterpretation of the Wives of. Henry VIII New York Addison Wesley Publishing Company 1995 This text explores the. six wives of Henry VIII as independent and intelligent women in an attempt to provide greater. background and characterization of each beyond her position as the king s wife Each chapter. looks in detail at a different wife with additional chapters exploring the political ramifications of. Henry s rule Each chapter also begins with an illustration of the key person discussed. providing insight into the material discussed Additional resources include a timeline and a list. of prominent historical characters with brief descriptions. Mattingly Garrett Catherine of Aragon New York Book of the Month Club 1990 As. Henry VIII s first wife Catherine of Aragon offers unique historical appeal Serving as queen. Jaime Eastman, SLIS 5410 001, Final Project Page 5.
November 23 2008, for twenty four years Catherine proved herself both kind and benevolent beloved by her. husband until the seductive games of Anne Boleyn tore him from her affections This text. outlines Catherine s life divided into three portions her life as a Spanish princess her time as. Queen of England and her tumultuous fight against Henry VIII s divorce decree Although. chapters are not headed with specific titles each is broken into numbered subsections for easy. reading Overall the text is engaging and reads much like a novel Various quotes and excerpts. included in the text successfully interweave narrative and historical detail The text also. provides genealogical charts noting heirs and marriage alliances. Heirs to the English Throne, Because of his various marriage and liaisons Henry VIII left multiple heirs to the throne with. the line of succession not always clear Edward Mary and Elizabeth all claimed rights as. Henry s biological children Lady Jane Grey also claimed the throne in a complex political. scheme Each ruled England differently further contributing to the country s history The. following titles focus specifically on each of these heirs to the throne in greater detail. Jenkins Elizabeth Elizabeth the Great Garden City NY International Collectors. Library 1958 The Princess Elizabeth ascended the throne following Queen Mary s death The. child of Anne Boleyn Elizabeth struggled for many years to find her place on the English throne. and of Henry VIII s children she rule the longest This text reads much like a novel there is. little indication of the historical information that will be provided Using a combination of. factual data and quotes Jenkins creates a portrait of the life of Queen Elizabeth from her. tumultuous childhood through her great and lengthy reign The text covers the various political. problems during her reign as well as touching upon aspects of her personal life Of all Henry s. children Elizabeth was perhaps the most beloved and this text presents her striking story. Luke Mary The Nine Days Queen A Portrait of Lady Jane Grey New York William. Morrow and Company Inc 1986 Lady Jane Grey became queen of England at sixteen This. text details her story and the manipulation that her family used to place a member of the House. of Suffolk on the throne over the rightful heir The text is similar to a novel with numbered. chapters but without the headings and subheadings commonly found Neatly chronicling the life. of Lady Jane it begins with the marriage of her parents and concludes with her unfortunate. execution The use of quotes and letters throughout provides a historical emphasis for events. described The text concludes with additional notes on the characters events and sites described. throughout the work, Plowden Alison Lady Jane Grey and the House of Suffolk New York Franklin Watts. 1986 Lady Jane Grey ascended the throne for nine days following Edward s death A stubborn. protestant she took the throne to prevent the Catholic heir Princess Mary from returning. England to its former religion This text discusses the House of Suffolk and its brief control of. the English throne taking care to provide the historical background leading to Lady Jane s. coronation and outlining her specific role within the family The text explores Lady Jane s. Jaime Eastman, SLIS 5410 001, Final Project Page 6. November 23 2008, service as a maid at court until forced into marriage she became a pawn of her family in their.
The Other Boleyn Girl A List of Nonfiction Reading Resources Introduction One of the greatest movies this year was The Other Boleyn Girl based on Philipa Gregory s novel The movie details Henry VIII s emotional struggle for a male heir starring Natalie Portman as Anne Boleyn Scarlett Johansson as Mary Boleyn and Eric Bana as Henry Tudor The queen Catherine of Aragon has yet to

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