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Margaret of Anjou

Margaret of Anjou by Jacob Abbott
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In "Margaret of Anjou" by Jacob Abbott, readers are treated to a detailed account of the life of Margaret of Anjou, a powerful and controversial figure in English history. Abbott's writing is informative and engaging, providing insight into the political, social, and personal struggles faced by Margaret during her time as Queen of England.

The author does a fantastic job of bringing Margaret to life, painting a vivid picture of her character and the challenges she faced as a woman in a male-dominated world. Abbott's narrative is both educational and entertaining, making it easy for readers to become engrossed in Margaret's story.

Overall, "Margaret of Anjou" is a must-read for anyone interested in English history or strong female figures. Abbott's writing is compelling, and he does an excellent job of bringing history to life in a way that is both informative and engaging.

Book Description:
Margaret of Anjou, wife of England’s Henry VI, played a key role in launching the storied War of the Roses – the 30-year civil conflict fuelled by the Lancasters and the Yorks, each vying for the British throne in the 15th century. (Summary by Cathy Barratt.)

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