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The Lives of the Queens of England Volume 5

by Agnes Strickland

Brace yourself for an enthralling journey through the lives of the influential queens who shaped the course of English history. With a hook that plunges readers into a mesmerizing era, the book presents a treasure trove of untold stories and hidden secrets. Unveiling the remarkable tales of courageous queens, it unveils the unsung heroines who wielded power behind the throne, defied societal norms, and fought for their beliefs with unwavering determination. From the indomitable Eleanor of Provence, whose resilience during times of political turmoil astounded even the most astute courtiers, to the enigmatic Mary of Modena, whose love for her husband and country led her into the eye of a storm that would forever change England's destiny—these extraordinary women come alive on the pages, captivating readers with their strength, elegance, and sacrifices. Drawing from meticulous research and rich historical sources, Agnes Strickland and Elisabeth Strickland paint vivid portraits of the queens, bringing their struggles, triumphs, and scandals to life. With each chapter, readers are transported back in time, immersed in the opulence of royal courts, and privy to the whispered conversations that shaped nations. "The Lives of the Queens of England Volume 5" is a spellbinding chronicle that will leave readers spellbound, its pages filled with royal ambition, love affairs, and heartbreaking tragedies. Join the authors on this riveting exploration of the untold stories of England's queens, and discover the indelible mark they left on the annals of history.

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Agnes Strickland

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Agnes was an English historical writer and poet. She is particularly remembered for her Lives of the Queens of England. The daughter of Thomas Strickland and his wife Elizabeth Agnes was born in Roth...

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