“Contemporary Authors”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Centre-LRC.
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|Textual Features||Grace Aguilar||
The martyr named in the title is a Spanish Jew named Marie, who refuses to convert despite her love for an English Catholic man, and the further inducements represented by the torture of the Inquisition
|Textual Features||Norah Lofts||
Lofts, said a reviewer of Anne Boleyn: The Tragic Story of Henry VIII's Most Notorious Wife, discusses some interesting issues. One is that Catherine of Aragon might well fail to sympathise with her husband's...
|Textual Production||Barbarina Brand, Baroness Dacre||
Cordoba was capital of Moorish or Islamic Spain from the eighth to the thirteenth century. Gonzalo de Córdoba was a military leader in the conquest of Granada in the late fifteenth century, when in early...
|Textual Production||Ruth Fainlight|
|Textual Production||Norah Lofts|
|Textual Production||Jean Plaidy||
Castile for Isabella was the first novel in JP 's historical trilogy on Isabella, Queen of Castile , and Ferdinand, King of Aragon , the fifteenth-century monarchs who united Spain's two realms.
Duggan, Alfred Leo. “Review of Castile for Isabella by Jean Plaidy”. Times Literary Supplement, No. 3039, p. 340.