Shakespeare's treatment of Margaret's queenship
intensifies the anxiety caused by these "evil" outcomes by demonstrating her capability of ruling in court.
Laynesmith, The Last Medieval Queens: English Queenship
1445/503 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004), 91.
66) Caldwell and Carlson are two exceptions, but they rely on evidence outside the narrative to interpret Heurodis as a rape victim (Caldwell, "Heroism of Heurodis") or unable to reconcile speech in any form with beauty or queenship
(Carlson, "Minstrel's Song of Silence").
8220;The properties' highlights include 1/700+/- feet of road frontage with three board fencing along Swimley Road, a separate driveway easement along Queenship
Lane, underground utilities and a 2007 documented 4 bedroom perc site.
The studies collected here touch upon the visual culture, manuscript studies, drama, ceremonial aspects of kingship and queenship
, patronage, diplomacy, prophecy, nostalgia, and the collective imaginary--an interdisciplinary exploration that makes this book especially rich in scope.
These essays show how thoughtful and wide-ranging the scholarship on Elizabeth and queenship
It was so with me almost every evening of my life; one little stairway led me from feast or council, all the bustle and skill and glory of queenship
, to my own chamber, to be alone with myself; that is, with a nothingness.
Ximenes becomes the instrument of the queen Isabella who uses her for building Catholic monarchy under her queenship
The Rituals and Rhetoric of Queenship
, Medieval to Early Modern.
9) See Hughes's works: Sophia, Regent of Russia, 1657-1704 (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1990); "Catherine I of Russia: Consort to Peter the Great," in Queenship
in Europe, 1660-1815: The Role of the Consort, ed.
Writing Rape in Medieval French Literature and Law (1991), Helen Solterer's Master and Minerva: Disputing Women in Old French Culture (1995), Peggy McCracken's Romance of Adultery: Queenship
and Sexual Transgression in Old French Literature (1998), and others.
in Britain, 1660-1837: royal patronage, court culture, and dynastic politics.