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The Book of Eleanor: A Novel of Eleanor of Aquitaine - kaufman, pamela
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Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, Doran and Company Inc., 1932. Three stories: "Youth", "Typhoon" and "The Shadow Line". Green covers soiled ,with some water staining on bottom which has gone through to first few pages of text. Backstrip faded and turned brown. Lettering still dark. Previous owner's name in pen on ffep and title page. Inside tight.. Hard Cover. Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Doubleday, Doran and Company Inc., 1932, This is a soft cover(paperback) book. In very good condition, a nice, clean book! some bent pgs.  Glued binding. 560 p. Audience: General/trade.One of history's greatest women, celebrated by her contemporaries, descendants, and biographers, comes to life in this mesmerizing novel by bestselling author Pamela Kaufman.In 1137, fifteen-year-old Eleanor became Duchess of Aquitaine, a wealthy and powerful province in the South of France. Rich and influential in her own right, her tumultuous marriages thrust Eleanor into the political and cultural spotlight, where she would remain for more than half a century. Still in her teens, Eleanor married Louis VII of France, a sickly religious fanatic so obsessed with adultery that he kept his beautiful wife under lock and key. A lifelong rebel, Eleanor would defy her husband and the Church and eventually strong-arm the Pope into annulling her unhappy marriage.Once free, she thought to marry Baron Rancon, her childhood love, but found herself forced into another political marriage with Henry II of England, a ruthless soldier known as ?the red star of malice.? In Henry, Eleanor found a man whose iron will and political cunning matched her own, but the marriage was a bitter and brutal one, which escalated into open warfare when Eleanor backed their sons in an armed rebellion against Henry. Vowing revenge, he imprisoned her for seventeen years, hoping she would die in obscurity. But Eleanor would not go quietly. In prison, she wrote her memoir. This is her story.Carcerem1174We departed London on the Winchester Royal Road riding ten abreast, a royal guard in smart scarlet, helmets and swords glittering in the low winter sun, and my spirits suddenly burst with happiness. I'm not called "Joy" for nothing, eh? I loved being in open air again, loved the jingle of harnesses and clop of hooves, even loved the bright crimson standard with its three lions bobbing ahead of me; most of all, I was happy that it was necessary to move me. We must be winning-otherwise, why whisk me out of the White Tower without the other women? Why send me to the great palace at Winchester? For where else did this road lead?We stopped about an hour short of Winchester at the river ford."Perhaps they're worried about the ice," I said to my handmaid.  Amaria's green eyes slid toward the wood. "Or those men."  At first the branches looked bare, but gradually I saw men as alike as mushrooms crouched silently on the limbs, men with shaved pates and legs, white tunics with green sashes, toes curled around icy bark."Welshmen! God's feet, what are they doing here?"I spurred my steed to the front of the line where Ranulf de Glanvill was talking to a dour middle-aged Welshman with a scarlet cape over his white tunic."Why have we stopped, my lord?" I demanded.Glanvill's darting black eyes avoided me. "Queen Eleanor, may I present Lord Ciarron ap Dwyddyn?" He raised his arm abruptly and shouted, "Reverse direction!"The lines of ten abreast turned smartly around and began trotting back to London with their jingling harnesses and standard. Instantly, I roiled my horse to join them, but Glanvill and Ciarron crowded my mount on either side and I found myself splashing across a shallow ditch directly into the forest with Amaria beside me. I was too shocked to be afraid, but I certainly recognized the danger."Stop at once!" I jerked my reins. "I'll not leave the road!"Ciarron grabbed my bridle."Lord Glanvill!" I cried.He stared straight ahead, and I knew my fate., Three Rivers Press, 2003

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This is a soft cover(paperback) book. In very good condition, a nice, clean book! some bent pgs.  Glued binding. 560 p. Audience: General/trade.One of history's greatest women, celebrated by her contemporaries, descendants, and biographers, comes to life in this mesmerizing novel by bestselling author Pamela Kaufman.In 1137, fifteen-year-old Eleanor became Duchess of Aquitaine, a wealthy and powerful province in the South of France. Rich and influential in her own right, her tumultuous marriages thrust Eleanor into the political and cultural spotlight, where she would remain for more than half a century. Still in her teens, Eleanor married Louis VII of France, a sickly religious fanatic so obsessed with adultery that he kept his beautiful wife under lock and key. A lifelong rebel, Eleanor would defy her husband and the Church and eventually strong-arm the Pope into annulling her unhappy marriage.Once free, she thought to marry Baron Rancon, her childhood love, but found herself forced into another political marriage with Henry II of England, a ruthless soldier known as ?the red star of malice.? In Henry, Eleanor found a man whose iron will and political cunning matched her own, but the marriage was a bitter and brutal one, which escalated into open warfare when Eleanor backed their sons in an armed rebellion against Henry. Vowing revenge, he imprisoned her for seventeen years, hoping she would die in obscurity. But Eleanor would not go quietly. In prison, she wrote her memoir. This is her story.Carcerem1174We departed London on the Winchester Royal Road riding ten abreast, a royal guard in smart scarlet, helmets and swords glittering in the low winter sun, and my spirits suddenly burst with happiness. I'm not called "Joy" for nothing, eh? I loved being in open air again, loved the jingle of harnesses and clop of hooves, even loved the bright crimson standard with its three lions bobbing ahead of me; most of all, I was happy that it was necessary to move me. We must be winning-otherwise, why whisk me out of the White Tower without the other women? Why send me to the great palace at Winchester? For where else did this road lead?We stopped about an hour short of Winchester at the river ford."Perhaps they're worried about the ice," I said to my handmaid.  Amaria's green eyes slid toward the wood. "Or those men."  At first the branches looked bare, but gradually I saw men as alike as mushrooms crouched silently on the limbs, men with shaved pates and legs, white tunics with green sashes, toes curled around icy bark."Welshmen! God's feet, what are they doing here?"I spurred my steed to the front of the line where Ranulf de Glanvill was talking to a dour middle-aged Welshman with a scarlet cape over his white tunic."Why have we stopped, my lord?" I demanded.Glanvill's darting black eyes avoided me. "Queen Eleanor, may I present Lord Ciarron ap Dwyddyn?" He raised his arm abruptly and shouted, "Reverse direction!"The lines of ten abreast turned smartly around and began trotting back to London with their jingling harnesses and standard. Instantly, I roiled my horse to join them, but Glanvill and Ciarron crowded my mount on either side and I found myself splashing across a shallow ditch directly into the forest with Amaria beside me. I was too shocked to be afraid, but I certainly recognized the danger."Stop at once!" I jerked my reins. "I'll not leave the road!"Ciarron grabbed my bridle."Lord Glanvill!" I cried.He stared straight ahead, and I knew my fate., Three Rivers Press, 2003

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One of history's greatest women, celebrated by her contemporaries, descendants, and biographers, now comes to life in this mesmerizing new novel by bestselling author Pamela Kaufman. In 1137, fifteen-year-old Eleanor became Duchess of Aquitaine, a wealthy and powerful province in the south of France. Rich and influential in her own right, her tumultuous marriages thrust Eleanor into the political and cultural spotlight, where she would remain for more than half a century. Still in her teens, young Eleanor of Aquitaine married Louis VII of France, a sickly religious fanatic so obsessed with fears of adultery that he kept his beautiful wife under lock and key, even forcing her to go on a long and dangerous crusade with him. But Eleanor was delighted by the freedom of the crusader's life. Her handsome Aquitanian knights, her deeds on horseback, and her scandalous attire were the talk of Europe; it soon became clear that Louis's young wife was more than he could handle. A lifelong rebel, Eleanor would defy her husband and the Church, and eventually strong-arm the Pope into annulling her unhappy marriage. Once free of Louis, Eleanor thought to marry Baron Rancon, her childhood love, but found herself forced into another political marriage, this time with a younger and more dangerous husbandHenry II of England, a ruthless soldier known throughout Europe as the red star of malice. In Henry Eleanor found a man whose iron will and political cunning matched her own, but the marriage was a bitter and brutal one, which escalated into open warfare when Eleanor backed their sons in an armed rebellion against Henry. Vowing revenge, he imprisoned her for fifteen years, hoping she would die in obscurity. But Eleanor would not go quietly. In prison, she wrote her memoir; this is Eleanor's book. Fiction Fiction eBook, Crown/Archetype

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Many know Eleanor of Aquitaine's story from Katharine Hepburn's Oscar-winning role in The Lion in Winter and from Alison Weir's bestselling biography. Now readers will know Eleanor from another perspective in The Book of Eleanor, the only historical novel in print about this remarkable woman's life. In a first-person narrative reminiscent of Margaret George's Autobiography of Henry VIII, Pamela Kaufman's Eleanor speaks directly to the reader, conveying with vivid immediacy her wit, passion, intelligence, and political savvy. And what a story she tells -- of her political marriages to the fanatically jealous Louis VII of France and the cruel and ruthless Henry II of England, her longing for the nobleman who was her childhood love, her role in a long and dangerous crusade, her perilous involvement in her sons' armed rebellion against their father, and her long years of imprisonment during which she wrote, as Kaufman imagines it, this memoir, The Book of Eleanor. The Book of Eleanor: A Novel of Eleanor of Aquitaine Kaufman, Pamela, Three Rivers Press (CA)

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The Book of Eleanor: A Novel of Eleanor of Aquitaine

One of history's greatest women comes to life in this first-person narrative--historical fiction that evokes the passion, intelligence, and political savvy of Queen Eleanor of Aquitaine.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780609808092
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0609808095
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2003
Herausgeber: THREE RIVERS PR
560 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,413 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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