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The Favor of Kings

Mary Hastings Bradley

Book Overview: 

Never have bright romance and black scandal been more attached to the name of lovely woman," writes a quaint and susceptible chronicler, " than to that of fair Anne Boleyn." Certainly no girl ever flashed so meteor-like above the satellites of an English court, and no woman ever went to her doom under more awful accusations. Since fiction could not be half so amazing as the facts of Anne Boleyn's story, I have kept this novel of her fortunes true to those facts, and have gone, for their knowledge, not only to the histories written of this period, but in many cases to the sources of those histories. My endeavor has been to reveal the actual characters and the actual situations, and to use as much of the real incident and dialogue as possible

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Community Reviews

Written in 1912, this is possibly the earliest novelization of the life of Anne Boleyn, ill-fated second wife of Henry VIII. Bradley's Anne is passionate and lively but also young and headstrong and proud.

She initially enters into her relationship with Henry partly out of awe for THE KING! and part

Good version.

This book was fabulous. It was written in 1912 and in a lot of ways it was like reading books like "Little Women" - Anne peeping round corners, her girlish heart atremble, thrilling to the sight of her lover etc. It also has a peculiar focus on hair - Anne making her girlish ringlets into a ring and