The life and death of anne boleyn eric ives pdf
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The Life and Death of Anne Boleyn
Anne Boleyn is the most notorious of England's queens, but more famous for her death as an adulterer than for her life. - By Eric Ives Oxford: Blackwell, ; pp.
This is not to say that a second edition is either unjustified or unwelcome though an academic reader inevitably regrets the conversion of footnotes to endnotes. In particular, he stands by his emphasis on the importance of faction as the motor of Henrician politics. Yet neither, fortunately, is this revised life of Anne a sustained exercise in self-justification. Historiographical controversies are treated very lightly in the text there are no index entries, for example, to either Warnicke or Bernard — Ives's most vocal critics , and with a minimum of fuss in the notes. The tone throughout is in general measured and fair-minded. The volume under consideration is longer, though not substantially longer, than its predecessor it has acquired, inter alia , an additional eight plates, bringing the total to a generous Whereas the composite chapter concluded p.