A Monarchy of Letters: Royal Correspondence and English by Rayne Allinson

By Rayne Allinson

This ebook examines Elizabeth's correspondence with a number of major rulers, reading how her letters have been built, drafted and offered, the rhetorical options used, and the function those letters performed in facilitating diplomatic relations.

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