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Name:! ! ! Elizabeth I David Starkey (Unabridged) ! ! !

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Audio Books : Misc. Educational : MP3/64Kbps : English

Elizabeth I (Unabridged)
Written by David Starkey
Read by Robert Powell

David Starkey is Britain's most celebrated living historian and an excellent historical writer and this book on Elizabeth I does not disappoint. More than any other I have read (and as a history undergraduate I read a few!) it brought to life this most fascinating of historical figures, providing insights into her character and relationships, and the way these affected her actions in life. Starkey really brings alive the human face behind a monarch who at times can appear as a characture in our nations past. Elizabeth was clearly an admirable woman who many modern women would do well to have as a role model.

Starkey's narrative itself is far more gripping and readable than most historians, with the exception of Simon Schama. As a history student at University I read many historical texts. For me reading this was a pleasure rather than a necessity and brought life and atmosphere to our history. Also, and perhaps most importantly, Starkey's book is historically accurate and as you would expect the theories he puts forward are very sound. Elizabeth's early life is much less explored than her later life as the more recognisable face of the Virgin Queen. There is much more life and vitality to this younger character and it is interesting to learn of the young Elizabeth and the way in which her character was moulded by events and people around her. Well worth a read, whether as a student or just for pleasure.

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