The Monstrous Regiment of Women

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The Monstrous Regiment of Women

The Monstrous Regiment of Women

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First Sentence Despite John Knox's bitter denunciation, Mary Tudor and Mary Stuart were not "monster in nature," nor did their rule represent the sudden emergence of an unprecedented "monstrous regiment."
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Isbn10 0230621198
Isbn13 9780230621190
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Number Of Pages 324
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Physical Dimensions 8.4 x 5.5 x 0.9 inches
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Publish Date January 5, 2010
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Publishers Palgrave Macmillan
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Subjects Biographies & Memoirs -- Specific Groups -- Women
History -- Europe
History -- Historical Study -- Social History
History -- World
Subtitle Female Rulers in Early Modern Europe (Queenship and Power)
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The Monstrous Regiment of Women
Authors Sharon L. Jansen
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Categories History
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Description When Mary Tudor became queen of England, the succession of a woman to the throne horrified many, including the Protestant reformer John Knox. His blistering condemnation of female rule, The First Blast of the Trumpet Against the Monstrous Regiment of Women, was followed in print by a series of pamphlets that echoed and expanded his argument that female rule was unnatural, unlawful, and contrary to scripture. In her own variation on this "monstrous regiment," Sharon Jansen contributes to the debate about female rulers. She explores the relationships among the many women whose lives occupy a place in and perpetuate a continuing, though largely unrecognized, tradition of political rule. The "story" of early modern European political history looks very different if we focus on successive generations of powerful women and view the shifting political alliances of the period from their perspective.
Language en
Maturity Rating NOT_MATURE
Page Count 324
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Published Date 2009-12-15
Publisher Palgrave Macmillan
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Subtitle Female Rulers in Early Modern Europe
Title The Monstrous Regiment of Women
ISBN_100230621198
ISBN_139780230621190

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