The Virgin Queen: Elizabeth I, Genius Of The Golden Age
An intimate portrait of history's most fascinating monarch
A genius, a beauty, a leader, and a manipulator. Elizabeth I has fascinated and enthralled history buffs and Anglophiles for centuries. The era that bears her name was one of the most exciting and dazzling in England's history. Christopher Hibbert's masterful biography introduces a new generation of readers, aware of the challenges women face in wielding power, to perhaps history's greatest monarch.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - wagner.sarah35 - LibraryThing
A good overview of the Virgin Queen's life, but Hibbert offers little new information or insight about Elizabeth I. Moreover, the author does not appear engaged with the source material, sometimes ... Read full review
THE VIRGIN QUEEN: Elizabeth I, Genius of the Golden AgeUser Review - Kirkus
A portrait of England's Queen Bess (1533-1603), which, despite its author's considerable storytelling skills, fails to demonstrate that she was central to England's ``golden age''-and fails to explain ... Read full review