Anne of Cleves: Henry VIII's Discarded Bride

Author(s): NORTON ELIZABETH

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The first major biography of Henry VIII least favourite wife - but the one who outlived them all.

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Elizabeth Norton gained her first degree from the University of Cambridge, and her Masters from the University of Oxford. Her other books include CATHERINE PARR ('Scintillating' THE FINANCIAL TIMES'; 'Cuts an admirably clear path through tangled Tudor intrigues' JENNY UGLOW; 'Wonderful - a joy to read' HERSTORIA), ANNE BOLEYN: HENRY VIII'S OBSESSION ('Meticulously researched and a great read' THEANNEBOLEYNFILES.COM), JANE SEYMOUR: HENRY VIII'S TRUE LOVE, MARGARET BEAUFORT: MOTHER OF THE TUDOR DYNASTY, ENGLAND'S QUEENS: THE BIOGRAPHY (all published by Amberley Publishing) and SHE WOLVES: THE NOTORIOUS QUEENS OF ENGLAND. She is currently writing the first ever biography of Elizabeth Blount, Henry VIII's first mistress, also for Amberley Publishing. She lives in Kingston Upon Thames.

Chapter 1: Anna, the Daughter of Cleves: 1515-1537 Chapter 2: The Search for a Bride: 1537-1538 Chapter 3: Marriage Negotiations: 1538-1539 Chapter 4: Queen in Waiting: Winter 1539 Chapter 5: I Like Her Not: New Year 1540 Chapter 6: A Flander's Mare: January 1540 Chapter 7: Marriage: January 1540 Chapter 8: Queen Anne: January - July 1540 Chapter 9: Divorce: July 1540 Chapter 10: The Fall of Cromwell: Summer 1540 Chapter 11: Queen Catherine Howard: July 1540-February 1542 Chapter 12: The King's Sister: 1542-1547 Chapter 13: Lady Anne of Cleves: 1547-1553 Chapter 14: Survivor: 1553-1557 Epilogue: The Last Queen of King Henry VIII Bibliography Acknowledgements List of Illustrations Index

General Fields

  • : 9781445601830
  • : Amberley Publishing
  • : Amberley Publishing
  • : November 2010
  • : 198mm X 124mm
  • : January 2011
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : NORTON ELIZABETH
  • : Paperback
  • : 942.052092
  • : HB
  • : 54 illustrations, 27 in colour