Bad Queen Bess?
Libels, Secret Histories, And The Politics Of Publicity In The Reign Of Queen Elizabeth I
de Peter Lake
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Explores the role of plot talk, conspiracy theory, and libellous secret history during the Elizabethan regime, analysing the back and forth between Catholic critics and William Cecil and his circle, and the effect this had on the political, cultural, intellectual, and religious history of the time, both in England, and in a wider European context.