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The Six Wives of Henry VIII

Weir has tirelessly made her way through the entire labyrinth of Tudor history to tell the collective story of the six wives of Henry VIII–a vivid, full-blooded portrait of six very different women–in a work of sound and brilliant scholarship. Illustrations.


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    karen

    Dec 09, 2009

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    i have never before spent so long reading a book and having less to say about it at the end. before reading this book, what i knew about henry VIII came mostly from one pbs (week-long)special and the herman’s hermits song, which turns out to be historically inaccurate and not actually about henry VIII at all. kids, don’t get your historical information from novelty songs…

    what i know: henry may be one of history’s shittiest spouses – after reading this, i find myself able to cut warren zevon s

    what i know: henry may be one of history’s shittiest spouses – after reading this, i find myself able to cut warren zevon some slack.
    henry really wanted a son. and he was willing to bend tradition, religion, social conventions, public opinion and personal reputation and chop off some heads to get one. spoiler alert: henry sucks at making a son. but he’s great at getting women, even if he has to manipulate competition out of the way into different countries to free up a path. it’s great to be king.

    my new favorite man in all of history is (eustace) chupuys, henry’s much-harried ambassador whose name i adored saying aloud every time i encountered it in the book. i pronounce it kind of like t’pau.

    when he eventually died (spoiler!)i felt sadder than i did at any of henry’s wives’ deaths.

    this book was just chosen at a bad time for me: long book, end-of-semester mania, too much to do and too little sleep meant i was frequently drowsing over it. but it’s not the fault of her writing which is clear and interesting. i was just too yawn for it. but at the very least, it made me want to read biographies of lady jane grey and katherine howard (the minx), and at some point i’m sure i will be reading wolf hall. so – a springboard book for me.

    chapuys!!


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    Madeline

    May 21, 2008

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    Extensively researched and fascinating – a must-read for anyone interested in the women behind Henry VIII, aka the patron saint of man-whores. (I just made that up on the spot, but it works so I’m keeping it)
    Weir isn’t completely unbiased in her description of Henry and his various women, but I can’t blame her. With this family, it’s hard not to take sides. This is especially clear when Weir describes the way Henry felt about Anne of Cleves, his wife for about ten minutes. Weir talks about how H


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    Lavande

    Oct 16, 2009

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    Watch “The Other Boleyn Girl.” Then watch an episode of “The Tudors.” Afterward, immediately go to confession for such shameful and useless acts. Do penance by reading “The Six Wives of Henry VIII” to save your soul lest ye go through life thinking that the Tudors were all about bad acting and awkwardly placed sex scenes. Be warned that ye may lose friends when someone tries to talk to you about an episode of “The Tudors” and you turn it into a teachable moment about what *really* happened becau

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