Eleanor of Aquitaine: Lord and Lady ePub download
by B. Wheeler,John C. Parsons
- ISBN: 0312295820
- ISBN13: 978-0312295820
- ePub: 1591 kb | FB2: 1473 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Historical
- Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; 1st edition (September 20, 2002)
- Pages: 536
- Rating: 4.2/5
- Votes: 847
- Format: lit mobi mbr lrf
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Eleanor of Aquitaine: Lady and Lord.
Despite (and in part because of) the wealth of books and articles dedicated to her, she herself remains elusive. The outlines of Eleanor of Aquitaines career as queen of England and France are well known to the scholarly community The story of her life as it is so often presented to us is replete, in all the wrong proportions, with dramatic elements of wealth, beauty, power, motherhood, sexual misadventure, and marriages gone awry The extremes that describe Eleanor-her wealth, her relationships. Eleanor of Aquitaine: Lady and Lord.
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Eleanor of Aquitaine Lord. has been added to your Cart. The copy on the flap describes this book well: "The twenty chapters by scholars in various fields provide a fresh context for understanding Eleanor of Aquitaine's multi-faceted career and reputation. Her fame (and infamy) still fascinates u. The phrase "fresh context" should perhaps read "total context" because "Eleanor of Aquitaine: Lord and Lady" studies Eleanor's responses and actions through every facet of her times.
Wheeler, John C. Parsons. Eleanor's patrilineal descent, from a lineage already prestigious enough to have produced an empress in the eleventh century, gave her the lordship of Aquitaine. In this collection, essays provide a context for Eleanor's life and further an evolving understanding of Eleanor's multifaceted career.
Bonnie Wheeler and John C. Parsons (ed., Eleanor of Aquitaine, Lord and Lady (Palgrave Macmillan, 2003).
READING LIST: Martin Aurell, The Plantagenet Empire, 1154–1224 (Routledge, 2007). Marcus Bull and Catherine Léglu (ed., The World of Eleanor of Aquitaine: Literature and Society in Southern France between the Eleventh and Thirteenth Centuries (Boydell Press, 2005). S. D. Church (e., King John: New Interpretations (Boydell Press, 1999), especially ‘Eleanor of Aquitaine: The Last Years’ by Jane Martindale. Anne Duggan (e., Queens and Queenship in Medieval Europe (Boydell Press, 1997). Bonnie Wheeler and John C.
Wheeler & Parsons 2002. Wheeler, Bonnie; Parsons, John Carmi (2002). Eleanor of Aquitaine: Lord and Lady. Shadis 2010, p. 27-30. 38-39.
Eleanor of Aquitaine was an influential queen. Know about her childhood, family, life, marriages, accomplishments and death through these 10 facts. Eleanor of Aquitaine was one of the wealthiest and most powerful women in Europe during twelfth century AD who served as both Queen of France and Queen of England through her two marriages. Eleanor was the daughter of the duke of Aquitaine, the largest and richest province of France. She was married to Louis VII of France shortly after the death of her father in April 1137. She famously accompanied her husband Louis in the Second Crusade.
Bonnie Wheeler and John Carmi Parsons, eds. Recommend this journal. Journal of British Studies.
Bonnie Wheeler, John Carmi Parsons. A valuable collection on the greatest heiress of the medieval period.