Henry Viii: Court, Church and Conflict by David LoadesHenry Viii: Court, Church and Conflict by David Loades

Henry Viii: Court, Church and Conflict

byDavid Loades

Paperback | February 11, 2009

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"Henry VIII" focuses on the fluctuating, often fraught relationship between the king and his court, his Church and his people - and with the other powers of continental Europe. It shows how Henry manipulated key players such as Wolsey, Cromwell, Fisher and More, and how his royal image was shaped over decades of change. It also probes the intriguing nature of the man behind the monarch - his passions, pleasure and complex religious beliefs. Leading Tudor historian David Loades explores the expectations that contemporaries had of the Renaissance prince who ascended the throne and the England that the young king inherited. He considers Henry's rich and varied reign in detail, revealing his role in court, in wars, law enforcement, rebellions and the problem of Ireland.
David Loades is Professor Emeritus of the University of Wales and an Associate of the Centre for Early Modern History at the University of Oxford. A leading historian on Tudor England, his recent books include Princes of Wales:Royal heirs in waiting, The Cecils: Privilege and power behind the throne and Mary Tudor: The tragical history...
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Title:Henry Viii: Court, Church and ConflictFormat:PaperbackDimensions:272 pages, 7.7 × 5.1 × 0.9 inPublished:February 11, 2009Publisher:BloomsburyLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1905615426

ISBN - 13:9781905615421

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Table of Contents

Preface: 1 The Renaissance Prince; 2 The King's Court; 1 The King at War; 4 The King's Great Matter; 5 The King's Laws; 6 The King's Government; 7 The King's Enemies; 8 The King's Other Island; 9 The King's Religion; 10 The King's Last Years; Notes on the text; Further Reading; Index