This study reappraises Elizabeth's role in government and the way she exercised power, and explores her relations with the Church, the nobility, the royal Court, Parliament and the military. The text also covers Elizabeths's accession, marriage projects and the succession, and Elizabeth's image.
This celebrated and influential study of Elizabeth I is now revised and updated in an important new edition. Christopher Haigh reappraises her role in government and explores the ways in which she exercised her power.
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Table of Contents
Introduction. 1. The Queen and the Throne. 2. The Queen and the Church. 3. The Queen and the Nobility. 4. The Queen and the Council. 5. The Queen and the Court. 6. The Queen and the Parliament. 7. The Queen and the Military. 8. The Queen and the People. Conclusion. Bibliographical Essay. List of Dates. Index.
Elizabeth I: Second Edition by C. Haigh
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