The Life and Times of Queen Elizabeth I and Queen Elizabeth II vibrantly follows the parallel lives of two exceptionally complex leaders, two of the few women to have ever been called Queen.
The reigns of Elizabeth I (1558 - 1603) and our modern Elizabeth II (1952) both span several decades and are 400-plus years removed, yet narrators Karen Archer and Nanette Newman, in clear tones and with regal authority, make the abundance of historical events described here come alive and flow in easily digestible form. A fascinating look at the interior lives of two remarkable Queens.
Queen Elizabeth II has, by contrast, been the constitutional monarch par excellence - a figurehead guiding the concept of monarchy through difficult times, both national and personal. Her reign has seen major changes in the lifestyle and expectations of peoples and nations and she also proved to be a steady, clear personality on the throne. Pearson Phillips, in his sympathetic portrait, shows that even when her family has been rocked by scandals, Elizabeth II has maintained a quiet dignity.
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