Queen Elizabeth I: A Vision Transcending Time
By: Jaye Fairchild
Throughout history, Eve’s daughters have endured and protested the harsh conditions of gender-prescribed roles in society.
Despite a society sated with superstitions, despite an aristocratic marriage market, despite the victimizing social norms, and despite a denigrating male mindset toward its women, Elizabeth would grow to become the most educated woman in Tudor time.
Elizabeth would grow to transcend her gender—to be heard, to be acknowledged, and to be obeyed. Stubbornly and defiantly, she refused to live life as a victim of a patriarchal society. For after all, she was Eve’s daughter.
ISBN: 1-4241-7951-3, 189 pages, 5.5 x 8.5
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