Mary I and the art of book dedications : royal women, power, and persuasion / Valerie Schutte.
- New York, NY : Palgrave Macmillan, 
- Queenship and power.
Queenship and power
208 pages ; 23 cm.
- Mary I, Queen of England, 1516-1558.
Catholic Church -- England -- History -- 16th century.
Dedications -- Catalogs.
Printing -- England -- History.
Manuscripts -- England -- History.
Queens -- Great Britain -- Biography.
HISTORY / Europe / Great Britain.
HISTORY / Renaissance.
HISTORY / Modern / 16th Century.
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1553-1558.
- "Printed book and manuscript dedications were at the juncture between the actual interests and reading abilities of Tudor royal ladies and the beliefs and hopes of those who wrote and printed them on what was suitable for royalty and how royal ladies might be persuaded in certain directions. Queen Mary I received eighteen manuscript dedications and thirty-three printed book dedications, the majority of them were religious in nature, specifically addressing a return to Catholicism. In this revisionist approach to book history and Marian studies Valerie Schutte argues that dedications, and the negotiations that accompanied them, reveal both contemporary perceptions of how statecraft, religion, and gender were and the political maneuvering attempting to influence how they ought to be. Schutte offers the first comprehensive catalogue of all book and manuscript dedications to Mary and all books that were known to have been in Mary's possession"-- Provided by publisher.
Lady Margaret Beaufort and the wives of Henry VIII
Dedications to a princess
Printed dedications to a queen
Manuscript dedications to Mary
Dedications to Philip and Mary
Books owned by Mary
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- 9781137541260 (hardback)
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