SO GREAT A PRINCE: The Accession of Henry VIII, 1509
The author tells the story of 1509 not just from the perspective of the young king and his court, but from the point of view of merchants, ploughmen, apprentices, laundresses, and foreign workers. Johnson looks at these early Tudor lives through the rhythms of annual rituals, juxtaposing political events in Westminster and the palaces of southeast England. Illustrated in color.
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