Victorian Ambivalence About Queen Elizabeth I: The Political History of a Royal Reputation
|Author: ||Potter, Jr., Clifton W|
Awarded the Adele Mellen Prize for Distinguished Contribution to Scholarship
This work examines the gender politics of Victorian Britain through an analysis of nineteenth-century representations of Queen Elizabeth I. The book includes a study of how women regarded powerful females.
“. . . a fascinating historiographical work that not only thoroughly discusses nineteenth-century authors but also contemporary reviews of their work.” – Prof. Carole Levin, University of Nebraska at Lincoln