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A clean biography of Mary Tudor which demanding situations traditional perspectives of her as a weeping hysteric and love-struck romantic, delivering in its place the portrait of a queen who drew on assets of authority to extend the ability of her place: epistolary conventions and the rhetoric of chivalry that imbued the French and English courts.

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