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  • ISBN 1860074065
  • ISBN13 978-1860074066
  • Language English
  • Author John Guy
  • Publisher Ticktox; New Ed edition (2003)
  • Pages 32
  • Formats rtf mobi docx doc
  • Category Children
  • Subcategory History
  • Size ePub 1992 kb
  • Size Fb2 1209 kb
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John Guy is recognised as one of Britain's most exciting and scholarly historians, bringing the past to life with the written word and on the broadcast media with accomplished ease.

John Guy is recognised as one of Britain's most exciting and scholarly historians, bringing the past to life with the written word and on the broadcast media with accomplished ease. He's a very modern face of history. His ability for first class story-telling and books that read as thrillingly as a detective story makes John Guy a Chandleresque writer of the history world. Guy hunts down facts with John Guy is recognised as one of Britain's most exciting and scholarly historians, bringing the past to life with the written word and on the broadcast media with accomplished ease.

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John Alexander Guy (born 16 January 1949) is a British historian and biographer. Born in Warragul, Victoria, Australia, Guy moved to Britain with his parents in 1952.

John Alexander Guy (born 16 January 1949) is a British historian and biographer. He was educated at King Edward VII School in Lytham, and Clare College, Cambridge, where he read history, achieving a First. At Cambridge, Guy studied under the Tudor specialist Geoffrey Rudolph Elton. He was awarded a Greene Cup by Clare College and the Yorke Prize by the University of Cambridge.

Guy, a fellow at Cambridge University and BBC consultant, describes Mary's formative years in France, but the heart of the book is her .

Guy, a fellow at Cambridge University and BBC consultant, describes Mary's formative years in France, but the heart of the book is her short reign in Scotland. Negotiations with Elizabeth Tudor over the succession in England and the shadow of Mary's final fate dominate the narrative, but while Guy effectively establishes that Elizabeth's chief minister William Cecil was Mary's true English enemy, what is most shocking is how suppliant he shows Mary to have been to Elizabeth.

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