I, Elizabeth Tudor

I Elizabeth Tudor This is the true personal story of a clever shrewd and at times cruel woman who proved to be the greatest Queen England ever had All I do is to stand at the shoulder of a Queen dead these three h

  • Title: I, Elizabeth Tudor
  • Author: Arthur Groom
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 238
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This is the true, personal story of a clever, shrewd and, at times, cruel woman who proved to be the greatest Queen England ever had All I do is to stand at the shoulder of a Queen, dead these three hundred and fifty or years, and watch the sharpened quill pen hurry across the paper and then present to you what is, perhaps, the most triumphant, unhappy and, withal,This is the true, personal story of a clever, shrewd and, at times, cruel woman who proved to be the greatest Queen England ever had All I do is to stand at the shoulder of a Queen, dead these three hundred and fifty or years, and watch the sharpened quill pen hurry across the paper and then present to you what is, perhaps, the most triumphant, unhappy and, withal, spine tingling story ever written taken from the first pages.

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    About "Arthur Groom"

    1. Arthur Groom

      The prolific author of over one hundred books for children, Arthur Groom was born in 1898 in Hove, Sussex, and was educated at Whitgift School, Croydon He worked as a journalist and lecturer, and had a particular interest in scouting During the Second World War, he was a Captain in the Royal Army Ordnance Corps.Librarian Note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this name See this thread for information.

    624 thoughts on “I, Elizabeth Tudor”

    1. Published in 1954 and a little over 150 pages, this novel is barely more than a summary of the life of Queen Elizabeth I. Written in a first person voice that offers a subtle hint of dignity and wit, the text is sprinkled with marvellous 1950s illustrations of key scenes. A very dated read, but charming in its way, and a nostalgic read for me.


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