England under the Tudors
|Format:||Print Book 2010|
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In January 1536 the deeply-injured Katharine died; to be followed ere many months had passed by her supplanter. Ostensibly, Henry had married Anne Boleyn, because a male heir was needed to secure the succession; but she had borne him only a daughter and a still-born son. Henry was disappointed in her. Moreover, his passion had for some time been cooling: nor was her character--even on the most favourable reading--calculated to retain affections that had begun to wane. She was frivolous and undignified; her arrogance and her assumption had left her few friends.
|Series||Kessinger Publishing's legacy reprints.|
Tudor, House of.
Great Britain -- History -- Tudors, 1485-1603.
England -- Civilization -- 16th century.
|Publisher|| [Whitefish, Mont.?] :Kessinger Pub.,2010
Reprint. Originally published: London : Methuen, 1905. (History of England ; v. IV).
417 pages ; 24 cm.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 402-417).