Thomas Howard, fourth Duke of Norfolk

Standard Name: Norfolk, Thomas Howard,,, fourth Duke of


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Cultural formation Margaret Tyler
Scholars have speculated, so far fruitlessly, as to her religious allegiance, whether Catholic or Protestant: she gives no indication. The Howard family on which she depended were known as leaders in the community of the...
Friends, Associates Margaret Tyler
To their eldest son his father had written from his imprisonment in the Tower of London: Tom, you have ever from your infancy been given to be stubborn.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.,
under Thomas Howard, first Earl of Suffolk
Intertextuality and Influence Mary Deverell
In a prologue MD jokes about her own daring to judge Queen Elizabeth. Her language is formal and stilted, but she has a strong dramatic grasp of the complex and shifting feelings of Mary and...
Literary Setting Sophia Lee
An Advertisement claims that The Recess is a version, in modernised English, of a manuscript memoir from the reign of Elizabeth I . It breaks new ground for the English novel in various ways: it...
Occupation Margaret Tyler
MT worked in some capacity in the powerful and influential Howard family, whose proximity to the crown repeatedly landed them in trouble under the Tudors. Her dedicatee, Thomas Howard , later became Lord Thomas, the...


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