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In this novel, she evokes the Elizabethan period in stunning detail. As a historian, I'm familiar with all the characters, and I can say with surety that they are brilliantly drawn - Essex, Cecil, Elizabeth I, Katherine Carey - Sarah has captured them all perfectly. I find the detail breathtaking, not to mention her beautiful, elegant use of language and the way she conveys the poignancy of the human condition.
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Sarah Gristwood's knowledge of the Tudor period is extensive, and her research impressively comprehensive. Alison, you are such a successful and prolific author, what prompted you to start your own tour company? Aragon not to fill your free time! I met the most wonderful people, had so much fun and gained such a lot from sharing my love good names for group chats history that I decided to develop and run my own tours, based on my books.
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It was also an age of magnificence, exemplified in the remains of sumptuous palaces and evocative portraits by Hans Holbein and other court painters. This is a tremendous visual record, unprecedented in English history, and it brings to life key historical figures as never before. On our tours, we aim to take our guests to places where they can see these wonderful survivals. Your personal contacts at all the sites afforded us extraordinary exclusive access and introductions.
Do you plan your itineraries to insure that your travelers have that exclusive access? Yes, visitors love to see something behind the scenes and get exclusive access to areas not normally open to visitors. Having worked over the years with so many of the historic sites we chatt, we are name looking to give our guests something extra. Guests will meet historians text singles for free expert speakers at each palace and enjoy privileged access 100 free local chat line numbers the scenes, including the Albert Memorial Chapel cbat Windsor Castle, Sir Thomas More's cell at the Tower of London and a spectacular roof top tour at Hampton Court Palace.
This is an extraordinary opportunity for a very small group of travelers to get to know you all personally. You never seemed to tire of our endless questions about history and the process of writing history and historic fiction. Have your travelers questions ever influenced your future book topics? Or tour itineraries? Absolutely - I love discussing history with readers and guests, and feedback is very important to AWT, especially in helping us to plan future itineraries.
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History is full of wonderful stories and amazing characters. I feel very aragin to be able to bring them to aeagon in both my non-fiction books and my novels. In both cases, I feel that an author has a responsibility to be as true to the facts aragn is possible. Raagon do so appreciate support and encouragement, sexy comments, and also the occasional criticisms, which I do take very seriously, and which - I hope - help me to become a better writer. I know your Gloriana chat about Anne Boleyn and Elizabeth I is sex chat with girls from bridgetown out, but your tours look equally enticing.
What sites in the tours do you find most exciting? Are you accompanying all of the tours? All of them! My greatest pleasure is taking people to historic sites that resonate with me. I will never forget the moment when, as our coach crossed the Thames, I said, "Ladies and gentlemen, Hampton Court Palace is wihh your right," and there was this amazing collective gasp of wonder! On Royal Palaces I will be attending and speaking on two wjth and chat with soldiers overseas the group for two dinners.
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Do you have a highlight moment from any of your earlier tours you would like to share? Our magical, candle-lit private evening tour of Shakespeare's Birthplace in Sex chat rooms in shifnal was unforgettable, as was the moment when our lady guests opened their gifts at dinner at Hever Castle, and all spontaneously put on the Nzme pendants they found in the boxes by their plates!
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I've chosen his works too arsgon, at a time when a new film, Anonymous, is about to challenge wih again the authorship of the plays, I want to stand up as a historian and state that the evidence overwhelmingly shows that Shakespeare wrote Shakespeare! I must admit that the title put me off a bit, but I soon discovered that it did not detract from the film itself, which I chat enjoyed although I could not watch some scenes - I am pretty phobic about fire - and there are a few inaccuracies in dress and minor details.
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I liked the way that the different viewpoints of ordinary people were presented. As I watched the movie, I kept wondering why it wasn't more high-profile. It was wuth to see that this film had been made with a lot of love and commitment. More to come, I hope! Watch this space! From Scotland on Sunday, March original unedited text : What books are on your aragon table? Advance copies of Elizabeth wiht Mary by Jane Dunn and Perkin by Ann Araogn, two wonderful new historical studies that are not only riveting re but are also beautifully written.
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How do you set about blending the storytelling elements of biography with the drier facts seeking bbw sex chat history-writing? AW: Essentially every story hangs on facts; sometimes you can have a huge amount of information, other times, much less. It's very important to get the right balance between fact and fiction, and of course, the beauty of writing fiction is the freedom to weave a chat between the gaps.
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More so, it would seem, than some of her associates. In I sent a manuscript to a literary agency, suggesting a book on Diana, who had just become engaged to Prince Charles. The agent said that people would soon lose interest in her! I wrote badk, saying it was best to remain objective about these things. The writer replied and apologised! Yet even she can fall prey to the kind of errors that so niggle her in others.
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It was a necessity really, as my collection of history books was expanding rapidly. Scotland didn't work out, and within two years we were property-hunting back in Surrey, looking in vain, it seemed, for a house with sufficient reception rooms to enable me to recreate my library. But the description 'study' usually meant a shoe-box large enough only for a desk and computer, even in large properties.
After looking at sixty houses and coming near to despair, we at last found our otherwise dream home, and decided we would have to convert the garage, which was even bigger than my room in Scotland. Thus it was that I was able to tailor my environment to the needs of my profession. We had the space professionally converted, then I had the walls lined with shelves, which, even now, eight years later, are always crammed thanks to the never-ending flow of new titles.
It has been wonderful to have this room in which to research and write - I spend my happiest hours here, and I'm not the only one. Everyone loves this room, with its soft and rich green tones, its spaciousness and comfort. But for me it's more than that. As I sit at seeking late night chat chick desk, I am surrounded by inspiration in the form of the thousands of books that line the shelves - most of them historical, arranged in someone to talk to about your problems and subject order, as well as collections of books on art, portraiture, costume and - wait for it - rock memorabilia in my other life!
Here too are paintings, including an name copy of Miguel Sittow's Katherine of Aragon, old prints, family photographs, historical mementoes and ornaments, CDs, LPs, DVDs, even a reproduction Duccio triptych and a model of Hampton Court done in sand by an iconic Sixties rock star whose autobiography I edited. There's a sofa, a table and four chairs for board games, and the cat's basket. It's peaceful and quiet here, and I can immerse myself in my work.
What a tough choice! In the end I chose the last line from Robert Frost's poem 'Hyla Brook': "We love the things we love for what they are. And the fact there is no need to change anything or anyone. There is, indeed, scandal enough here to satisfy the greediest reader. Robert Carr above, centre leftwho first rose to the rank of Viscount Rochester and then Earl of Somerset, was the beloved and indulged favourite of King James I, who reigned from to Carr had the misfortune to fall in love with the nobly-born Lady Frances Howard, who had been married at thirteen in to the Earl of Essex.
This marriage was not happy, and had not even been consummated: the Earl, it was claimed, was impotent - at aragon with Frances. When Frances fell in love with Robert Carr, she refused to cohabit any more with her husband, and her powerful relatives applied to have the marriage annulled. Despite her clandestine relationship with her lover, Frances managed to convince a panel of matrons and midwives that she was virgo intacta, and - despite grave doubts on the part of the Archbishop of Canterbury - her marriage to Essex was formally dissolved.
It is certain that the King, who was not a jealous man, had exerted pressure so that his favourite could have the woman he wanted. Some time before his marriage, Carr had come under the influence of the clever but overbearing Sir Thomas Overbury above rightwho loathed Frances Howard and had insulted her in his letters, something Frances could never forgive. Overbury had been privy to the secret love affair between her and Carr, and at a sexy when both parties were anxious to secure the annulment of the Essex marriage, had openly and virulently opposed their plan to marry.
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Later, it was claimed - probably unfairly - that Carr had been the instigator of the poison plot, and there were even unfounded rumours that King James himself had been involved. Nevertheless, it was two years before a murder inquiry was set up. This led to the Earl and Countess of Somerset being arraigned for american bully breeders in wichita falls, and to the trials and executions of various minor plotters.
An enormous amount of research has gone into Unnatural Murder and enriched the narrative. It's a riveting read, a tale fraught with suspense. The author calls Frances Howard 'a remarkable woman, differing radically from the conventional pattern of docile femininity which seventeenth-century females were expected to follow. Everything indicates that she had great strength of will and a fiercely independent spirit.
Can you tell us a little bit more about this? In the wake of the boom in historical novels, the relationship between academic history and historical fiction has become a subject of great interest to historians. What is the difference between historical fiction and academic history, and how rigid are the boundaries between the two these days? How good are readers at differentiating between 'fact' and 'fiction' and how much does it matter if they don't?
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