Catherine of Aragon

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Little, Brown, 1941 - Queens - 477 pages
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Reviewed Jan 1999
Detail, Detail, Detail! What a woman she was....what it...runs through her life adventure. I thought I knew a lot about her from earlier readings but this bio really packs in
the stories and details. At times the detail becomes too much and the book drags on. But if you overlook these areas the rest that is left is exciting. Even knowing her history beforehand I still found parts where I was biting my lip in anticipation. The chapter headings written in Old English was a real nice touch. 

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Good, solid history of Catherine of Aragon - the daughter of Ferdinand and Isabella, who couldn't give Henry VIII a son and led to the English break with Rome. Catherine was a very strong woman, who ... Read full review

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Contents
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PART I
352
A SPANISH PRINCESS
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