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Elizabeth and Leicester

Not only have historians neglected Leicester but they have carried the premise that Leicester was a stupid, evil man. Using first-hand accounts, Frederick Chamberlin documents how this opinion came about.¬†Using a methodical approach, Chamberlin raises the unsolved questions of Leicester’s life and acts. He places Leicester in the context of his time, an era full of plots to overthrow the Queen and to affect the fortunes of a great nation.

 
 
 
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