|Statement||(by) Anthony Martienssen.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||253|
In this historical biography, "Queen Katherine Parr" written by Martienssen, the author tells of her childhood and how Katherine came to power and the obstacles ahe over came to keep it. Katherine grew up in a wealthy home and her family workde close with the royal by: 4. Katherine Parr is one of the lesser known of Henry’s wives, far from the dramatic triangle of Catherine of Aragon and Anne Boleyn, but this collection of her writings will remind historians that Parr was an extraordinary woman of letters and passions.”/5(12). Katherine Parr: A Guided Tour of the Life and Thought of a Reformation Queen is an intimate look at an often-forgotten Protestant Reformer. A biographical introduction plus annotations on her books and select letters, this volume presents a woman who risked her life for the Reformation in /5. It's interesting that two new volumes on Parr have been published simultaneously. I read this book by Elizabeth Norton book back to back with the other by Linda Porter: Katherine the Queen: The Remarkable Life of Katherine Parr. Both are good for different reasons. This book is Norton's fourth in her series on Henry VIII's wives/5.
Later, she would publish two more books, Prayers or Meditations– the first book by an English Queen under her own name- and Laminations of a Sinner, which was published after Henry’s death. Only six months after the death of King Henry VIII, Catherine and her real love Thomas Seymour married in secret. KATHARINE PARR – the last of Henry’s queens. Alison Weir recounts the extraordinary story of a woman forced into a dangerous situation and rising heroically to the challenge. Katharine is a delightful character, a warm and kindly heroine – and yet she will be betrayed by those she loves and trusts most. E-book $ to $ About E-books ISBN: Published June To the extent that she is popularly known, Katherine Parr (–48) is the woman who survived King Henry VIII as his sixth and last wife. She merits far greater recognition, however, on several other fronts. Katherine Parr was the first Englishwoman to write a book and in fact, she wrote two. She reads heretical books, she meets with Anne Askew, she asks questions. She puts herself in grave risk. There are whispers about her past love for Thomas Seymour/5().
For this reason, I suggest that The Lamentation of a Sinner, authored by Queen Katherine Parr, the sixth and final wife of King Henry VIII of England, is one of the more significant, and yet largely unknown, documents to emerge out of the sixteenth century Reformation/5. Katherine the Queen: The Remarkable Life of Katherine Parr, the Last Wife of Henry VIII The Wives of Henry VIII Henry's Last Love: The marriages of Catherine Parr, King Henry VIII's sixth queen (Lives and Loves of the Royals Book 5). It is on vellum, and contains prayers or meditations, composed originally by Queen Katherine Parr in English, and translated by the Princess into Latin, French, and Italian. The title as given in the book reads, ‘Precationes ex piis scriptoribus per nobiliss. et pientiss. The life of Katherine Parr was one of drama, intrigue, danger, deceit, clandestine romance, scandal, tragedy and mystery. She came to a tragic end, and for three hundred years her burial site remained unknown. Katherine ruled England while Henry went to war against France. She was the first woman published in England under her own name.