6 edition of Elizabeth, the Winter Queen found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||DB2161.E55 G67 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||198 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||198|
|LC Control Number||78303165|
(The) Winter Queen may refer to: Elizabeth of Bohemia, also known as Elizabeth Stuart, queen in Bohemia; this includes several books written about this person having "The Winter Queen" as (main part of) the title; The Winter Queen, a novel by Boris Akunin, original title Азазель (Azazel), from the Erast Fandorin series; The Winter Queen (Cary Osborne), a novel by Cary Osborne. Based on substantial historical research, author Jane Stevenson's scholarship is immediately evident in The Winter Queen, an exotic romance set in 17th-century d Elizabeth Stuart, Queen of Bohemia, meets and falls in love with the erudite theologian Pelagius van Overmeer, an African prince by birth who was brought to European soil as a slave.
The Winter Mantle is her twelfth novel. Elizabeth Chadwick lives in Nottingham with her husband and two sons. She is a member of Regia Anglorum, an early medieval reenactment society, and tutors in writing historical and romantic fiction. Get this from a library! The winter queen: Elizabeth of Bohemia. [Carola Oman] -- "Here is the story of Elizabeth of Bohemia (), the 'Winter Queen'. Daughter of James VI of Scotland (James I of England) and Anne of Denmark, she married Frederick V, Elector of Palatine.
Frederick and Elizabeth ruled for only one season, thus the title of Winter King and Queen. Living at the court of the Prince of Orange, they struggled to regain their titles. Fortunately, the Prince of Orange left Elizabeth a significant piece of the West India Company, which contributed to a new army to regain Frederick’s realm. The Winter Crown. In Eleanor of Aquitaine, one of the most powerful women in Europe, is crowned queen of England beside her young husband Henry II. While Henry battles their enemies and lays his plans, Eleanor is an adept acting ruler and mother to their growing brood of children.
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Elizabeth was the grandmother of George I, the first Hanoverian The Winter Queen book, who came to throne after Queen Anne dided childless. The book is a quite old fashioned biography which is hardly surprising as it was first published in Rather a superfluity of trivial detail and not so much of /5(6).
A sweeping, cinematic novel about the life of the Winter Queen, Elizabeth Stuart. October King James I is looking to expand England's influence in Europe, especially among the Protestants. He invites Prince Frederic of the Palatinate to London and offers him his year-old daughter Elizabeth's hand in 3/5.
In the second book in the Eleanor of Aquitaine trilogy, a royal marriage where love and hatred are intertwined and a battle for power fraught with deception create a riveting story of medieval fiction sure to mesmerize. Elizabeth The Eleanor of Aquitaine Trilogy: The Summer Queen (Book 1) The Winter Crown (Book 2) The Autumn Throne (Book 3)/5().
Elizabeth’s life as Queen was now over and even the Palatinate lands had been taken by Spanish forces; Frederick and Elizabeth were now ‘the most notorious couple of the seventeenth century’ in exile and looking for a home.
The saviour of the winter family was the United Provinces. An immensely moving account of a strange and magical interracial love affair,The Winter Queen illuminates the Netherlands of the seventeenth century. Amid the dark ambiance of the time. Princess Elizabeth (Elizabeth of Bohemia, The Winter Queen) by Robert Peake Elizabeth’s age, 7, is inscribed on the fan, while the date (the year of the death of Elizabeth I and the succession of her father James to the English throne) is inscribed in the right background.
Buy The Winter Crown (Eleanor of Aquitaine trilogy) by Elizabeth Chadwick (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: "Goldstone relates the eminently readable tale of Elizabeth Stuart, dubbed the Winter Queen, and her four lovely, talented daughters The story of these five women, each remarkable for individual reasons and in her own right, both illuminates and is offset by Goldstone's vividly rendered European backdrop."Reviews: Book list.
Click the covers for further information, links, excerpts, cover artwork and YouTube trailers for my book titles. A stand alone novel linked to The Summer Queen and The Winter Crown, telling the dramatic and riveting story of Eleanor of Aquitaine as she comes into her full power in later life.
the usurper king, against all. The Winter Queen: The Story of Elizabeth Stuart Hardcover – January 1, by Josephine Ross (Author) › Visit Amazon's Josephine Ross Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central.
/5(3). A comprehensive biography of one of history's most unfortunate princesses, Elizabeth Stuart. Oman has extensive descriptions of the opulence of Elizabeth's early life and how her spoiled lifestyle was one of the major factors in teaching her to live beyond her means later in life/5.
Elizabeth of Bohemia: A Novel about Elizabeth Stuart, the Winter Queen Paperback – June 4, by David Elias (Author) out of 5 stars 7 ratings See all 2 formats and editions/5(7). First of all, the book's title, "Daughters of the Winter Queen: Four Remarkable Sisters, the Crown of Bohemia and the Enduring Legacy of Mary, Queen of Scots", is rather misleading.
It begins, at some length, not with the daughters, but with the Winter Queen, Elizabeth Stuart, the granddaughter of Mary Queen of s: Set in 17th century Holland, this intelligently written novel concerns the clandestine marriage between Elizabeth Stuart, Queen of Bohemia, and the African scholar Pelagius, a former slave.
The Winter Queen is a rather quiet novel in which even the romance is understated and mature/5. The winter queen: a novel User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. The Moscow-based Akunin is a best-selling author internationally, and it's easy to see why: his American debut is atmospheric, smartly plotted, and driven by a host of finely etched characters.
The Winter Queen book. Read 17 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. As Queen Elizabeth's lady-in-waiting, innocent Lady Rosamund is un /5.
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Find more information about: ISBN: X OCLC. Elizabeth, the Winter Queen. London: Abelard,© (OCoLC) Named Person: Elizabeth, Queen consort of Frederick I King of Bohemia; Elisabeth Stuart, reine p̌ouse de Frďřic roi de Bohm̈e; Elizabeth, Queen consort of Frederick I King of Bohemia; Elisabeth, Pfalz Kurfürstin: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book.
As a finalist in Vogue talent contest, Ross won a job on Vogue and joined the magazine after graduating from London University. She left the magazine two years later to write full time, and her publications include a biography of The Winter Queen () and Beaton in Vogue ().
She is married to medieval historian and writer James Chambers; and her interests include history and fencing/5. THE SUMMER QUEEN, The first of three ground breaking linked but stand-alone novels detailing the life of Eleanor Aquitaine.
The novel begins with Eleanor’s marriage at thirteen years old to the future King of France and follows her eventful life as she matures through political and marital upheavals and becomes a force to be reckoned with.
Fourteen books have been already published in Russia; The Winter Queen is the first of five that have been translated into English. Azazel was not an immediate success when it was published in selling only six thousand copies."A sweeping, cinematic novel about the life of the Winter Queen, Elizabeth Stuart.
King James I is looking to expand England's influence in Europe, especially among the Protestants. He invites Prince Frederic of the Palatinate to London and offers him his sixteen-year .A sweeping, cinematic novel about the life of the Winter Queen, Elizabeth Stuart October King James I is looking to expand England’s influence in Europe, especially among the Protestants.
He invites Prince Frederic of the Palatinate to London and offers him his year-old daughter Elizabeth.