Elizabeth Regina: The Age of Triumph, 1588-1603
This is the concluding part of Alison Plowden's biography. It presents Elizabeth I at the peak of her form - tough, vigorous and autocratic, her appetite for the pleasures and problems of life seemingly unquenchable.
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