The book provides some interesting events of the period, but too often keeps the reader at a distance from the Queen. She was a pretty child far more closely resembling her father than her mother, with her red hair as opposed to her mother's darker colouring. I learned a lot about Queen Elizabeth I but had a very hard time reading it. Published on January 6, In the early 20th century and before, it was standard convention to write about Elizabeth's prevarication, her changes of mood and occasional bad temper, and the despair of her all male counselors, as a typical example of an emotional women who happened to be queen. I appreciate any work about Elizabeth that informs us about more than just her love life and struggle to stay on the throne.
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The Virgin Queen: Elizabeth I, Genius of the Golden Age by Christopher Hibbert | LibraryThing
Anglo-Spanish War And I did find - having read a great many books on Elizabeth - that there was an indefinable quality to Hibbert's work that became slightly irksome. But then again, her entire life was shrouded in scandal, from the time she was born, so perhaps this book is quite fitting! You must log in to edit Common Knowledge data. It's been a while; I know I'd like to read the succeding volume if I can still pick it up, so I must have been favorably impressed at the time. Customers who bought this item also bought.