Elizabeth I and her world : in public and in private /

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Author / Creator: Watkins, Susan, 1967-
Other Authors / Creators:Fiennes, Mark. Public and private worlds of Elizabeth I.
Watkins, Susan.
Format: Book
Edition:First paperback edition.
Imprint: [London] ; [New York] : Thames & Hudson, 2007.
Retention:Retained for Eastern Academic Scholars' Trust (EAST) http://eastlibraries.org/retained-materials
Summary:Elizabeth I was one of the great personalities of all time, Elizabethan England a scintillating cultural era, with an enduring legacy in literature, architecture and sheer style. In this book, newly available in paperback, Susan Watkins takes us to the heart of one of history's most abiding love stories: the extraordinary tale of how Elizabeth set out capture the hearts of her people. Throughout, the inspired special photography of Mark Fiennes, together with portraits and paintings, tapestries and personal objects of the period, gives the perfect visual expression of this evolving love affair of a nation.
Item Description:First published: New York : Thames & Hudson, 1998, under the title, The public and private worlds of Elizabeth I.
Physical Description:208 pages : color illustrations ; 25 cm
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references (pages 203-204) and index.
Author Notes:Susan Watkins writes and lectures regularly on English social history in the United States, Britain, and Australia. Mark Fiennes was an internationally renowned photographer.