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Carole Levin evaluates Elizabeth and the significance of her reign in the context both of her age and of our own, examining the increasing cultural diversity of Elizabethan England and the impact of the reign of an unmarried queen, as well as exploring the more familiar themes of religion, foreign policy, plots and conspiracies. Levin's fresh perspective will be welcomed by all those interested in this exceptional queen and her reign.
|1||Overview of Elizabeth's Life and Reign||5|
|2||Religious Divides and the Religious Settlement||22|
|3||England's Relations with Others in the First Part of the Reign||38|
|4||England's Relations with Others in the Last Part of the Reign||57|
|5||Plots, Conspiracies, and the Succession||80|
|6||Culture and Difference at the End of the Reign||104|