Katherine the Queen

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Katherine the Queen

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Her image is of a dowdy, matronly figure, nursing the ailing Henry VIII through his last illnesses. But Katherine Parr is the queen that history forgot - or at least misremembered. Beautiful, passionate, radical and intellectual, she already had two marriages behind her when she married the King at the age of thirty. Yet she was not as well versed in the ways of monarchs a Her image is of a dowdy, matronly figure, nursing the ailing Henry VIII through his last illnesses. But Katherine Parr is the queen that history forgot - or at least misremembered. Beautiful, passionate, radical and intellectual, she already had two marriages behind her when she married the King at the age of thirty. Yet she was not as well versed in the ways of monarchs as she was men: her fervent political views made waves in the treacherous waters of the Tudor court, and the queen who famously survived did so only by the skin of her teeth. In the first full-scale biography of Katherine Parr, Linda Porter atmospherically illuminates a life full of duty, love, betrayl and heartbreak, and paints a vivid portrait of Henry VIIIs forgotten queen.


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Her image is of a dowdy, matronly figure, nursing the ailing Henry VIII through his last illnesses. But Katherine Parr is the queen that history forgot - or at least misremembered. Beautiful, passionate, radical and intellectual, she already had two marriages behind her when she married the King at the age of thirty. Yet she was not as well versed in the ways of monarchs a Her image is of a dowdy, matronly figure, nursing the ailing Henry VIII through his last illnesses. But Katherine Parr is the queen that history forgot - or at least misremembered. Beautiful, passionate, radical and intellectual, she already had two marriages behind her when she married the King at the age of thirty. Yet she was not as well versed in the ways of monarchs as she was men: her fervent political views made waves in the treacherous waters of the Tudor court, and the queen who famously survived did so only by the skin of her teeth. In the first full-scale biography of Katherine Parr, Linda Porter atmospherically illuminates a life full of duty, love, betrayl and heartbreak, and paints a vivid portrait of Henry VIIIs forgotten queen.
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Title Katherine the Queen Height 13
Linda Porter Width 2.8
ISBN-13 9780330460804 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 #0330460803 Spine Width
Publisher Abdo Publishing Company Pages 400
Edition 2010 Availability In Stock

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