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Mary Tudor

Old and New Perspectives

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This collection of interdisciplinary essays examines the origins and growth of Mary Tudor's historical reputation, from the reign of Elizabeth I up to the 20th century. Re-appraising aspects of her reign that have been...

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This collection of interdisciplinary essays examines the origins and growth of Mary Tudor's historical reputation, from the reign of Elizabeth I up to the 20th century. Re-appraising aspects of her reign that have been misrepresented the book creates a more balanced, objective portrait of England's last Catholic, and first female, monarch.

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Challenges the accepted view of Mary as a tyrant, presenting a more balanced and nuanced portrait
Based on the latest cuttingedge and controversialthinking in Early Modern history
Traces the growth and development of the myth of 'Bloody Mary'

List of Maps and Figures
Acknowledgements
Notes on the Contributors
Abbreviations
Introduction; T.Freeman
PART I: OLD PERSPECTIVES A 'Sharp Rod' of Chastisement: Mary I Through Protestant Eyes During the Reign of Elizabeth I; S.Doran
Her Majesty, Which is Now in Heaven: Mary Tudor and the Elizabethan Catholics; V.Houliston
The Exclusion Crisis of 1553 and the Elizabethan Succession; P. Kewes
'Thus Like A Nun, Not Like a Princess Born': Dramatic Representations of Mary Tudor in the Early Years of the Seventeenth Century; T.Grant
Inventing 'Bloody Mary': Perceptions of Mary Tudor from Restoration to the Twentieth Century; T.Freeman
PART II: NEW PERSPECTIVES Ad Omne Virtutum Genus?: Mary Between Piety, Pedagogy and Praise in Early-Tudor Humanism; A.W.Taylor
Religion and Translation at the Court of Henry VIII: Princess Mary, Katherine Parr and the Paraphrases of Erasmus; A.Pollnitz
Maids and Wives: Representing Female Rule during the Reign of Mary Tudor; T.Betteridge
The Religious Policy of Mary I; W.Wizeman, SJ
Burning Zeal: Mary Tudor and the Marian persecution; T.Freeman
Reassessing Mary Tudor: Some Concluding Points; J.Richards
Appendix: List of the Marian martyrs
Further Reading.
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SUSAN DORAN is a Senior Research Fellow at Jesus College, University of Oxford, UK. She is the author of many books and articles on the Tudor period, including Monarchy and Matrimony: The Courtships of Elizabeth I, Elizabeth I in the British Library Historic Lives series and Mary Queen of Scots: An Illustrated Life. She is the co-editor (with Thomas S. Freeman) of The Myth of Elizabeth and Tudors and Stuarts on Film (Palgrave Macmillan).

THOMAS S. FREEMAN was the Research Officer for the British Academy John Foxe Project and is now affiliated with the Faculty of Divinity at Cambridge University. He is the co-editor (with Thomas F. Mayer) of Martyrs and Martyrdom in England, 1400-1700 and (with Susan Doran)...

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SUSAN DORAN is a Senior Research Fellow at Jesus College, University of Oxford, UK. She is the author of many books and articles on the Tudor period, including Monarchy and Matrimony: The Courtships of Elizabeth I, Elizabeth I in the British Library Historic Lives series and Mary Queen of Scots: An Illustrated Life. She is the co-editor (with Thomas S. Freeman) of The Myth of Elizabeth and Tudors and Stuarts on Film (Palgrave Macmillan).

THOMAS S. FREEMAN was the Research Officer for the British Academy John Foxe Project and is now affiliated with the Faculty of Divinity at Cambridge University. He is the co-editor (with Thomas F. Mayer) of Martyrs and Martyrdom in England, 1400-1700 and (with Susan Doran) of The Myth of Elizabeth and Tudors and Stuarts on Film. He is the co-author (with Elizabeth Evenden) of Religion and the Book in Early Modern England: The Making of Foxe's 'Book of Martyrs'.
 


 
 
 
 

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