2 edition of The illusion of power in Tudor politics found in the catalog.
The illusion of power in Tudor politics
|Series||The Creighton lecture in history -- 1978.|
|LC Classifications||JN183 I509 H966 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||34 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||34|
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Book Title: The Illusion of Power in Tudor Politics Author: Joel Hurstfield Publisher: Burns & Oates Release Date: Pages: 34 ISBN: UOM Available Language:. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hurstfield, Joel.
Illusion of power in Tudor politics. London: Athlone Press, (OCoLC) Document Type. My only disappointment is the ending; the last third of the book does not fully digest its own claims, making it difficult as a reader to really internalize the extent of the scholarship before closing the pages.
That said, The Illusion of The illusion of power in Tudor politics book is a pleasant, clearly-written read /5. Broadly speaking, the Tudor period falls into two parts, the pre-Elizabethan and the Elizabethan. The first is a time of transition, partly constructive but mainly destructive. The second is a time of reconstruction.
On the ruin of the baronage, completed by the earlier Tudors, the monarchy took a. Illusion of Power: Political Theater in the English Renaissance, Paperback by Orgel, Stephen, ISBNISBNLike New Used, Free shipping in the US Describes the role of the theatre in forming Renaissance royalty's conception of itself, especially in the cases of James I and Charles I.
Bibliogs/5(29). The illusion of power in Tudor politics / [by] Joel Hurstfield; The historian as moralist: reflections on the study of Tudor England / by Joel Hurstfield; Tudor times / edited by J. Hurstfield; Elizabethan people: state and society / edited by Joel Hurstfield and Alan G.
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Stephen Orgel (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon PriceAuthor: Stephen Orgel. Presents the first book-length study of the award-winning historical drama The Tudors Collects a wide range of lively essays on Henry VIII, gender and sex, kingship, and other topics Appeals to scholars of kingship, Tudor England, gender studies, and media studies.
The Historian As Moralist: Reflections on the Study of Tudor England ; The Illusion of Power in Tudor Politics ; The Historical Association Book of the Tudors. Book: Politics, Law and Counsel in Tudor and Early Stuart England argues that by the s Henry VIII was both his own master and fully cognisant of the possibilities for monarchical power that could be read into some of the intellectual positions that were used to justify the breach from Rome necessitated by his love affair with Anne.
This book of original scope and methodology consists of twelve interdisciplinary essays on the 'high' political culture of Tudor and early Stuart England. Through the exploitation of new manuscript material or hitherto untapped artistic sources - the plates reproduce over sixty contemporary images - the authors open up new perspectives on the.
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On the one hand, the play portrays Richard as a "Machiavel," an unscrupulous ruler who'll do just about anything to gain the crown and remain in power. Power and Politics in Tudor England book. Essays by G.W. Bernard. Power and Politics in Tudor England. DOI link for Power and Politics in Tudor England.
Power and Politics in Tudor England book. Essays by G.W. Bernard. By G.W. Bernard. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 2 March "Elegant, deeply learned, and intellectually adventurous, its implications extend far beyond the boundaries of the Stuart and Caroline masque. It is an indispensable, exploration of political art and aestheticized politics a classic."--Stephen Greenblatt, University of California, Berkeley "A triumph of scholarship, insight, and explication, Oregel's book is truly a classic in the.
The Illusion of Power (), and, with Roy Strong, Inigo Jones: The Theatre of the Stuart Court (). His most recent book is Impersonations: The Performance of Gender in Shakespeare’s England (), and he has edited The Winter’s Tale () and The Tempest () for the Oxford Shakespeare.
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Brian Kavanagh -- the complete book list in order (8 books) (1 series). Browse author series lists, sequels, pseudonyms, synopses, book covers, ratings and awards.The Tudor Court was a place of political intrigue and factional politics, at the centre was Henry VIII. Those closest to Henry gained power, this book looks at the rise of both Catherine and Anne, their role as Queen of England and their downfalls, in order to comment on .Shining new light onto an historically pivotal time, this book re-examines the Tudor commonwealth from a socio-political perspective and looks at its links to its own past.
Each essay in this collection addresses a different aspect of the intellectual and cultural climate of the time, going beyond the politics of state into the underlying.