If you think you know who Anne Boleyn was, think again. This book will change everything. Anne Boleyn is undoubtedly the most controversial Queen consort that has ever sat on the English throne. Best remembered for her role as Henry VIII’s victim and the mother of the Virgin Queen, Anne Boleyn became one of the most popular heroines of the Tudor England. Throughout the centuries, Anne Boleyn has become a legend coloured by myths and propaganda. In this book, Sylwia S. Zupanec seeks to peel back the layers of time and reveal the woman at the core of the legend, shedding new light on the aspects of Anne Boleyn’s appearance, youth and character. After her execution in May 19, 1536, Anne Boleyn’s name was erased from the cards of history only to be restored by future generations. Many myths were popularized and the real Anne Boleyn disappeared under the layers of mystery. This book is an attempt to rediscover the woman behind the myth. New evidence will help you to understand how the legend was born and who the real Anne Boleyn was.
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