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Jeffrey Campbell  Sandalen BOLEYN JH HAIR
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Jeffrey Campbell Sandalen BOLEYN JH HAIR Braun In Damengrößen erhältlich. 38. Jetzt BOLEYN JH HAIR von Jeffrey Campbell auf Spartoo.de versandkostenfrei bestellen!

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Jeffrey Campbell  Sandalen BOLEYN JH HAIR
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Jeffrey Campbell Sandalen BOLEYN JH HAIR Braun In Damengrößen erhältlich. 39. Jetzt BOLEYN JH HAIR von Jeffrey Campbell auf Spartoo.de versandkostenfrei bestellen!

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Jeffrey Campbell  Sandalen BOLEYN JH HAIR
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Jeffrey Campbell Sandalen BOLEYN JH HAIR Braun In Damengrößen erhältlich. 41. Jetzt BOLEYN JH HAIR von Jeffrey Campbell auf Spartoo.de versandkostenfrei bestellen!

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The Concubine , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 979min
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“All eyes and hair” a courtier had said disparagingly of her – and certainly the younger daughter of Tom Boleyn lacked the bounteous charms of most ladies of Court. Black-haired, black eyes, she had a wild-sprite quality that was to prove more effective, more dangerous than conventional feminine appeal. The King first noticed her when she was sixteen – and with imperial greed he smashed her youthful love-affair with Harry Percy and began the process of royal seduction… But this was no ordinary woman, no maid-in-waiting to be possessed and discarded by a king. Against his will, his own common sense, Henry found himself bewitched – enthralled by the young girl who was to be known as the Concubine… 1. Language: English. Narrator: Patricia Gallimore. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/isis/001344/bk_isis_001344_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Elizabeth and Mary: Cousins, Rivals, Queens
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The political and religious conflicts between Queen Elizabeth I and the doomed Mary, Queen of Scots, have for centuries captured our imagination and inspired memorable dramas played out on stage, screen, and in opera. But few books have brought to life more vividly than Jane Dunn's 'Elizabeth and Mary the exquisite texture of two women's rivalry, spurred on by the ambitions and machinations of the forceful men who surrounded them. The drama has terrific resonance even now as women continue to struggle in their bid for executive power. Against the backdrop of sixteenth-century England, Scotland, and France, Dunn paints portraits of a pair of protagonists whose formidable strengths were placed in relentless opposition. Protestant Elizabeth, the bastard daughter of Anne Boleyn, whose legitimacy had to be vouchsafed by legal means, glowed with executive ability and a visionary energy as bright as her red hair. Mary, the Catholic successor whom England's rivals wished to see on the throne, was charming, feminine, and deeply persuasive. That two such women, queens in their own right, should have been contemporaries and neighbours sets in motion a joint biography of rare spark and page-turning power.

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Elizabeth and Mary: Cousins, Rivals, Queens
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The political and religious conflicts between Queen Elizabeth I and the doomed Mary, Queen of Scots, have for centuries captured our imagination and inspired memorable dramas played out on stage, screen, and in opera. But few books have brought to life more vividly than Jane Dunn's 'Elizabeth and Mary the exquisite texture of two women's rivalry, spurred on by the ambitions and machinations of the forceful men who surrounded them. The drama has terrific resonance even now as women continue to struggle in their bid for executive power. Against the backdrop of sixteenth-century England, Scotland, and France, Dunn paints portraits of a pair of protagonists whose formidable strengths were placed in relentless opposition. Protestant Elizabeth, the bastard daughter of Anne Boleyn, whose legitimacy had to be vouchsafed by legal means, glowed with executive ability and a visionary energy as bright as her red hair. Mary, the Catholic successor whom England's rivals wished to see on the throne, was charming, feminine, and deeply persuasive. That two such women, queens in their own right, should have been contemporaries and neighbours sets in motion a joint biography of rare spark and page-turning power.

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