Anne Boleyn: In Her Own Words & the Words of Those Who Knew by Elizabeth Norton

By Elizabeth Norton

the entire letters, dispatches and chronicles that inform the true tale of Anne Boleyn. Anne Boleyn, the second one spouse of Henry VIII, triggered remark anywhere she went. throughout the chronicles, letters and dispatches written via either Anne and her contemporaries, it's attainable to work out her lifestyles and options as she struggled to develop into queen of britain, finally finishing her lifestyles at the scaffold. in simple terms throughout the unique assets is it actually attainable to judge the true Anne. George Wyatt's lifetime of Queen Anne supplied the 1st distinct account of the queen, in line with the testimony of these that knew her. The poems of Anne's intended lover, Thomas Wyatt, in addition to bills reminiscent of Cavendish's lifetime of Wolsey additionally provide info of her existence, as do the antagonistic dispatches of the Imperial Ambassador, Eustace Chapuys and the later works of the slanderous Nicholas Slander and Nicholas Harpsfield. Henry VIII's love letters and lots of of Anne's personal letters live on, offering an perception into the affection affair that modified England perpetually. The experiences on Anne's behavior within the Tower of London convey the queen's surprise and depression while she realised that she used to be to die. gathered jointly for the 1st time, those and different resources give the chance to view the true Anne Boleyn via her personal phrases and people of her contemporaries.

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