Falling Pomegranate Seeds

Catalina of Aragon's tutor Doña Beatriz Galindo opens the door to her student's life and the forces shaping the future first wife of Henry VIII at the court of her mother, Queen Isabel of Castile.

Author: Wendy J. Dunn

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Told through the point of view of her tutor, Beatriz Galindo, Falling Pomegranate Seeds: The Duty of Daughters shines a light on the forces shaping Catalina of Aragon during her childhood and the years leading up to the leaving of her homeland, and the court of her mother, Queen Isabel of Castile.

Falling Pomegranate Seeds

María de Salinas writes a letter to her daughter Katherine, the duchess of Suffolk. A letter telling of her life: a life intertwined with her friend and cousin Catalina of Aragon.

Author: Wendy J Dunn

Publisher: Poesy Quill

ISBN: 9780648715221

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María de Salinas writes a letter to her daughter Katherine, the duchess of Suffolk. A letter telling of her life: a life intertwined with her friend and cousin Catalina of Aragon.

Falling Pomegranate Seeds

María de Salinas writes a letter to her daughter Katherine, the duchess of Suffolk. A letter telling of her life: a life intertwined with her friend and cousin Catalina of Aragon.

Author: Wendy J Dunn

Publisher: Poesy Quill

ISBN: 9780648715238

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María de Salinas writes a letter to her daughter Katherine, the duchess of Suffolk. A letter telling of her life: a life intertwined with her friend and cousin Catalina of Aragon.

The Duty of Daughters

Falling Pomegranate Seeds The Duty of Daughters 119 Wendy J. Dunn THE FIRST PART OF THE KATHERINE OF ARAGON STORY FALLING POMEGRANATE SEEDS THE DUTY OF DAUGHTERS BOOK 1 WENDY. Front Cover.

Author: Wendy J. Dunn

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Tudor and Stuart Consorts

27 Even the Young Adult novel My Story: Catherine of Aragon (2013) represents Katherine as a determined soldier.28 Wendy J. Dunn's Falling Pomegranate Seeds: The Duty of Daughters (2019) takes as its focus Katherine's education in Spain ...

Author: Aidan Norrie

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 3030951979

Category: History

Page: 383

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This book examines the lives and tenures of all the consorts of the Tudor and Stuart monarchs of England between 1485 and 1714, as well as the wives of the two Lords Protector during the Commonwealth. The figures in Tudor and Stuart Consorts are both incredibly familiar—especially the six wives of Henry VIII—and exceedingly unfamiliar, such as George of Denmark, the husband of Queen Anne. These innovative and authoritative biographies recognise the important role consorts played in a period before constitutional monarchy: in addition to correcting popular assumptions that are based on limited historical evidence, the chapters provide a fuller picture of the role of consort that goes beyond discussions of exceptionalism and subversion. This volume and its companions reveal the changing nature of English consortship from the Norman Conquest to today.

Dear Heart How Like You This

Also by Wendy J. Dunn The Light in the Labyrinth Falling Pomegranate Seeds: The Duty of Daughters Falling Pomegranate Seeds: All Manner of Things Dear Heart, How Like You This? WENDY J. DUNN Copyright.

Author: Wendy J. Dunn

Publisher: Wendy J Dunn

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Category: Fiction

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1536, Allington Castle Sir Thomas Wyatt is in his father's custody after witnessing the deaths of Anne and George Boleyn during his imprisonment at the Tower of London. Tom had secretly loved Anne his entire life. Told he is not highly born enough to pursue her, he learns to hide his feelings, especially after Anne catches the eye of Henry VIII. Despite his deepening disquiet about Anne's growing relationship with the king, Tom remains at Anne's side as one of her staunchest friends and supporters. Then Anne takes her place as the king's second consort, and the unthinkable happens. Tom watches helplessly as the woman he loves and his closest friends go on trial for their lives... Grieving for Anne and his friends, Tom remembers Anne's tumultuous journey to become Henry's queen. What is the cost of love? Winner of 2003 Glyph Award for Publishing Excellence.

The Light of the Labyrinth

Debra Stang ISBN 0-9580543-5-5 Falling Pomegranate Seeds Duology THE DUTY OF DAUGHTERS Castile, 1490. Doña Beatriz Galindo is an uneasy witness to the Holy War of Queen Isabel of Castile and her husband, Ferdinand, King of Aragon.

Author: Wendy J. Dunn

Publisher: Wendy J Dunn

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Category: Fiction

Page: 335

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N THE WINTER OF 1535, young Kate Carey lives with her mother and her new family, far from the royal court. Unhappy with her life and wanting to escape her home, she accepts the invitation of Anne Boleyn, the aunt she idolises, to join her household in London. But the dark, dangerous labyrinth of Henry VIII's court forces Kate to grow up fast as she witnesses her aunt's final tragic days - and when she discovers a secret that changes her life forever. All things must end-all things but love.

The Light in the Labyrinth

IN THE WINTER OF 1535, fourteen-year-old Kate Carey wants to escape her family home.

Author: Wendy J. Dunn

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ISBN: 9780980721928

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Page: 340

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IN THE WINTER OF 1535, fourteen-year-old Kate Carey wants to escape her family home. She thinks her life will be so much better with Anne Boleyn, Henry VIII's second wife and the aunt she idolises. Little does Kate know that by going to attend Anne Boleyn she will discover love and a secret that will shake the very foundations of her identity. An attendant to Anne Boleyn, Kate is also swept up in events that see her witness her aunt's darkest days. By the time winter ends, Kate will be changed forever.

In the Wake of the Gods

In addition, Persephone was the daughter of Demeter, goddess of the harvest, who was very upset when she discovered that her ... vary) pomegranate seeds, which meant that she was duty-bound to at least spend some of her time back in the ...

Author: Sam Jefferson

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 1472975383

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 256

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This unique and entertaining travel guide to Greek waters recreates parts of voyages undertaken in myth, anchoring off landmarks or ports associated with ancient legends. It follows the trails of Odysseus, Hercules, and Jason and the Argonauts, as well as visiting the sites where Poseidon lost his trident (off Paxos) and built his temple (on the Saronic Gulf), the cliff where Theseus's father threw himself to his death after fearing his son had been killed by the minotaur, and Troy, the remains of which survive as a reminder of the city that withstood a 10-year siege. With almost 6,000 islands in the Aegean and Ionian Seas, Greece is a maritime nation like no other – and according to its mythology this has been the case since the days when seafarers believed their fortunes, good or ill, lay in the hands of Poseidon. Sailing through these crystal clear waters today is a voyage into history, whether true or legendary. Retelling all the myths, from the very well-known to the less familiar, In the Wake of the Gods is a cruising companion to be read and enjoyed in its own right. With the author's in depth knowledge of the region, it is also packed with useful and practical pointers for pilotage and passage planning, including information about prevailing winds and anchoring, along with charts and photography.

The Inland Educator

It was her Just at sunset Ceres was returning from her duty to look after the grain and preside over the fields of ... her that Proserpina had that very day eaten some take her to his underground home and make her pomegranate seeds .

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