Memoirs Of The Court Of Queen Elizabeth Vol.2

By: Lucy Aikin
Published By: Double9 Books
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"Memoirs of the Court of Queen Elizabeth," Volume II, authored by Lucy Aikin, offers a compelling and detailed exploration of the remarkable reign of Queen Elizabeth I of England. This volume, as part of a series, delves into the period spanning Elizabeth's later years, from political intrigue to the cultural flourishing that marked her era. This book has been deemed a classic and has been a great collection of ideas that are comprehended into a single draft to read by readers of several age groups. Readers are compelled to continue reading to find out what happens next since the title character is so indulgent. Lucy Aikin, a talented writer and historian, skillfully navigates the complexities of the Elizabethan court, shedding light on the inner workings, the personalities, and the significant events that shaped this pivotal period in English history. Aikin's work goes beyond mere historical facts, bringing to life the personalities of the key figures, the courtly intrigues, and the challenges faced by the queen in maintaining her power and navigating the tumultuous political landscape of the time. Volume II continues the fascinating narrative, offering readers a glimpse into the vibrant cultural scene, Elizabeth's diplomatic endeavors, and the intricate relationships that defined her rule.

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Lucy Aikin

English historian Lucy Aikin (6 November 1781 – 29 January 1864) also wrote biographies and served as a reporter. She also published works using aliases like Mary Godolphin. Her aunt Anna Laetitia Barbauld, a poetess, essayist, and children's author, belonged to a family of writers. In 1781, Aikin was born in Warrington, then a part of Lancashire. Her parents were Dr. John Aikin (1747–1822) and his wife, Martha Jennings (d. 1830). She was their fourth child. They came from a distinguished Unitarian family of writers. Her grandfather, John Aikin (1713–1780), a Unitarian scholar and theological educator who was closely connected to Warrington Academy, was also named John Aikin, and Lucy's father was also a historian. Until her father passed away in 1822, Lucy Aikin lived with her parents in Great Yarmouth and Stoke Newington. After his passing, she then relocated to Hampstead. Her first significant work, Epistles on Women, exemplifying their Character and Condition in Various Ages and Nations, with Miscellaneous Poems, was published in 1810; Lorimer, a Tale, her sole piece of fiction, was published in 1814. Those were merely her first attempts; her reputation, however, was entirely built on historical writings that were released between 1818 and 1843, including Memoirs of the Court of Queen Elizabeth (1818).

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Product Details

  • Publisher: Double 9 Books
  • Publishing Year: 2023
  • Language: English
  • Paperback: 312Pages
  • ISBN-10:9359398918
  • ISBN-13:9789359398914
  • Item Weight: 468g
  • Dimension : 216 x 140 x 17.3mm
  • Country of Origin : India
  • Importer: Double 9 Books
  • Packer: Double 9 Books
  • Book Type : History / General