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Rating details. More filters. Sort order. May 23, Roman Clodia rated it it was amazing Shelves: em-women , em-women-britain , mary-queen-of-scots. Locating this within the field of modern Renaissance studies, this comprehensive scholarly edition makes many of Elizabeth's textual productions available for wider reading, research and analysis. All of the speeches, prayers and poems are here, with a selection of letters which are, anyway, available in full elsewhere.
Everything is translated into English though there is a companion volume which gives us the foreign language originals: Elizabeth wrote often in French or Latin , and has been lightly and sensitively modernised in terms of spelling and punctuation. The collection has been organised into four periods of Elizabeth's life, and then by genre within each period. This is a must-read for anyone working on early modern women's writing, monarchs' writing, letters or speeches as literary artefacts.
With extensive contextual notes, and a really helpful index of names, it is also extremely accessible to general readers wanting to experience a direct and unmediated sense of Elizabeth and Elizabethan literary culture for themselves. Feb 19, Joy Sterrantino rated it it was amazing. What a great collection of all of Elizabeth's writings from age 13 on.
It is hard to appreciate what a genius she really was until reading her own writings. A source of primary documents for Elizabeth I. She really had a way with words. Aug 25, Carolyne rated it it was amazing.
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Five stars because while some of the material included was a little dry and hard to read; the poetry Elizabeth I wrote was beautiful and illuminating. Those lines told me more about her than any biography. Apr 13, Marina Camp rated it it was amazing Shelves: tudor-related. There is nothing better than reading Elizabeth I's writings. This book is all he own words. As the editor states " Elizabeth's writings start when she was 11 years old, and continue through her life.
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It is well and good to read snippets of her writings in other books, but this collection is a must-have for any Tudor or Elizabeth I fan. The letter to Robert Dudley on page must be one of the most chilling rebukes from a boss ever! Whereof fail you not, as you will answer the contrary at your upmost peril" n astonishing what a window this collection opens, onto the life of an extraordinary women. Whereof fail you not, as you will answer the contrary at your upmost peril" no beating about the bush there then!!
One of the books I read for my capstone project. This one contains all of Elizabeth I's collected written works.
Elizabeth I:Collected Works
My focus was on her poems, but the entire book is full of her speeches, letters, and more. An absolute must-read for any Queen Elizabeth I fans. Feb 16, Daniel Kukwa rated it it was amazing Shelves: non-fiction. One of THE best single collections of first-person documents you are ever likely to find. THE must-have reference book for the Elizabethan age Jan 03, Rebecca Emily rated it it was amazing. She uses the word 'divers' a lot. View 2 comments. A facinating collection of all of Elizabeth's letters.
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