Flint Memorial Library (North Reading)

The lady in the tower, the fall of Anne Boleyn, Alison Weir - paperback

The tempestuous love affair between Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn scandalized Christendom and altered forever the religious landscape of England. Acclaimed historian and bestselling author Alison Weir draws on myriad sources from the Tudor era to examine, in unprecedented depth, the gripping, dark, and chilling story of Anne Boleyn's final days
Table of contents
Occurrences That Presaged Evil -- The Scandal of Christendom -- The Frailty of Human Affairs -- Plotting the Affair -- Unlawful Lechery -- Turning Trust to Treason -- To the Tower -- Stained in Her Reputation -- The Most Mischievous and Abominable Treasons -- More Accused than Convicted -- Fighting Without a Weapon -- Just, True, and Lawful Impediments -- For Now I Die -- When Death Hath Played His Part -- The Concubine's Little Bastard -- A Work of God's Justice
Literary form
non fiction
Physical description
xvii, 434 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates, illustrations (chiefly color), genealogical tables, 25 cm

Library Locations

  • Flint Memorial Library (North Reading)

    147 Park Street, North Reading, MA, 01864, US