Elizabeth I The Word of a Prince A Life From Contemporary Documents
Orator, wit, stylist and Queen, Elizabeth Tudor was one of the most prolific writers of the golden age which bears her name. Her first book was published when she was not yet fifteen – by John Bale, a controversial heretic whose works had been banned in England by Elizabeth's father, King Henry VIII. After this unorthodox literary debut, she wrote, studied or translated something most days of her life, exceptions being made for 'holydays and hunting'.
- Folio Society First Edition
- Publisher Folio Society, London; 1990
- Quarter Maroon Cloth and Elephant Hide Paper SidesHardback, 352 pp
- Illustrated in colour and b/w
- Size 250 x 175mm, 1.5kg
Condition: Good – Fading and Rubbing to Slipcase, Slight Fading To Spine, Good Clean Copy
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