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Fri Mar 21 17:13:58 2014 UTClccn-n821599290.08The agincourt bride0.210.98Crowned before dawn : a drama in three acts for female characters /6290071Catherine_of_Valoisn 82159929855877Catharine of Valois, Consort of Henry V, King of England, 1401-1437Catharine of Valois, Indriķa V, Anglijas karaļa dzīvesbiedre, 1401-1437Catharine, of Valois, Queen, consort of Henry V, King of England, 1401-1437Catherine, de France, Queen, consort of Henry V, King of England, 1401-1437Catherine Of ValoisCatherine of Valois, Queen, consort of Henry V, King of England, 1401-1437Katherine, of Valois, Queen, consort of Henry V, King of England, 1401-1437Katrīna Valuā, Indriķa V, Anglijas karaļa dzīvesbiedre, 1401-1437Valois, Catherine de, 1401-1437<<z >>Valois, Kateřina, královna, choť Jindřicha V., anglického krále, 1401-1437lccn-n78000853Tudor, Owenapproximately 1400-1461lccn-n79060552Plaidy, Jean1906-1993lccn-n50082339Christinede Pisanapproximately 1364-approximately 1431lccn-nb98029874Bennett, Vanora1962-lccn-n50037822Jarman, Rosemary Hawleylccn-n79033041Joanof Arc, Saint1412-1431lccn-n82160207Eleanorof Gloucester, Duchess1391-1447lccn-n50038127HenryVKing of England1387-1422lccn-n80057239HenryVIKing of England1421-1471viaf-90628523Lancaster, House ofCatherineof Valois, Queen, consort of Henry V, King of England1401-1437Great BritainCatherine,--of Valois, Queen, consort of Henry V, King of England,QueensTudor, Owen,Wars of the Roses (Great Britain : 1455-1485)Christine,--de Pisan,Courts and courtiersJoan,--of Arc, Saint,FranceEleanor,--of Gloucester, Duchess,Middle AgesChristian women saintsNobilityHenry--V,--King of England,Henry--VI,--King of England,Warwick, Richard Neville,--Earl of,Margaret,--of Anjou, Queen, consort of Henry VI, King of England,Beaufort, Margaret,--Countess of Richmond and Derby,Tudor, House ofLancaster, House ofHenry--IV,--King of England,Henry--VII,--King of England,Richard--III,--King of England,Kings and rulers--DepositionYork, House ofRichard--II,--King of England,Edward--IV,--King of England,Elizabeth,--Queen, consort of Edward IV, King of England,WalesHistorical fictionLove storiesMurderEnglish poetry14011437169616971698170617491785179218061830184918651866187519061953195419571962196319661972197719781979198019811983198519871989199019921994199619992000200120062007200820092010201120122013201454145811011ocn721368392book14370.10Du Quesnay, JeanA receipt related to Queen Catherine of Valois11ocn270886679book14260.10CatherineChambres des comptes, RouenOrdering a receipt to be given to Jean Ruffault for the payment of certain rents belonging to the marriage settlement of the Queen of England10047ocn525338706book20090.12Bennett, VanoraThe queen's loverHistoryFictionCatherine de Valois, widow of Henry V, finds both strength and kinship with her childhood friend, Owain Tudor. When their friendship turns to love she risks her life, her son's life, and the uneasy balance of power in England and France+-+113431615592012ocn003627649book19780.18Jarman, Rosemary HawleyCrown in candlelightHistoryFictionThe novel centers on the passions and deeds of the English kings who laid claim to the French throne during the Hundred Years War+-+17109970258214ocn009084598book19810.13Plaidy, JeanEpitaph for three womenHistoryFictionHistorical fictionRecounts in fictionalized form the lives of Katherine of Valois, Joan of Arc, and Eleanor of Gloucester+-+14478044553247347ocn020593324book19890.14Plaidy, JeanThe queen's secretHistoryFictionKatherine of Valois was born a princess, the daughter of King Charles VI of France. But by the time Katherine was old enough to know him, her father had come to be called "Charles the Mad," given to unpredictable fits of insanity. The young princess lived a secluded life, awaiting her father's sane moments and suffering through the mad ones, as her mother took up with her uncle and their futures became more and more uncertain. Katherine's fortunes appeared to be changing when, at nineteen, she was married to King Henry V of England. Within two years, she gave birth to an heir'but her happiness was fleeting. Soon after the birth of her son, she lost her husband to an illness. With Joan of Arc inciting the French to overthrow English rule, Katherine's loyalty to her adopted homeland of England became a matter of intense suspicion. Katherine had brought her dowry and borne her heir; what use was she to England' It was decreed that she would live out her remaining years alone, far from the seat of power. But no one, not even Katherine herself, could have anticipated that she would fall in love with and secretly marry one of her guardians, Owen Tudor'or that a generation later, their grandson would become the first king of the great Tudor dynasty. From the Trade Paperback edition+-+37073555962971ocn035593252book19960.20Weir, AlisonThe Wars of the RosesHistoryChronicles the struggles of the Lancaster and York families to control the British monarchy, while offering profiles of such figures as Katherine of Valois, Elizabeth Wydville, and Margaret of Anjou+-+08895909852738ocn017161774book16980.90Pix, MaryQueen Catharine, or, The ruines of love a tragedy, as it is acted at the New Theatre in Little-Lincolns-Inn-Field by His Majesty's servantsDrama2665ocn310154421book20090.17Bennett, VanoraBlood royalHistoryFictionHistorical fictionQueen Catherine of Valois, a Frenchwoman living in England, must learn to make her own way since her husband, King Henry V, continues his warfare against the French. Catherine is not alone in her struggle to adapt to the English royal court, however, and comes to rely heavily on a young Welshman, Owain Tudor+-+08463725552105ocn013750518book19540.25Lewis, HildaWife to Henry VFiction1831ocn043851443book20000.12Gower, IrisA royal ambitionHistoryFictionKing Henry V's beautiful widow, Catherine, is determined to marry Owen Tudor, a Welsh gentleman-at-arms. But her life decisions are not her own, over-shadowed as she is by other, more powerful men who are closer to the Throne. The Duke of Bedford would marry her off to a foreign prince; her son, the King, is a weak child; Henry Beaufort would give his allegiance in exchange for a Cardinal's hat; and the handsome and ambitious Duke of Gloucester, brother of the dead king, openly desires her+-+62917713251433ocn869042308book20130.12O'Brien, AnneThe forbidden queenHistoryFictionLove stories1415: The jewel in the French crown, Katherine de Valois, is waiting under lock and key for King Henry V. While he's been slaughtering her kinsmen in Agincourt, Katherine has been praying for marriage to save her from her misery. But the brutal King is one of war. It is her crown he wants not her innocent love. For Katherine, a pawn in a ruthless political game, England is a lion's den of greed, avarice and mistrust. And when the magnificent King leaves her widowed at twenty-one she is a prize ripe for the taking. Her heart is on her sleeve, her young son the future monarch, and her hand in marriage worth a kingdom. This is a deadly game; one the Dowager Queen must learn fast. The players Duke of Gloucester, Edmund Beaufort and Owen Tudor are circling. Who will have her? Who will stop her? Who will ruin her?1272ocn809935755book20120.13Hickson, JoannaThe Agincourt brideHistoryFictionHistorical fiction891ocn001372033book19630.19Ridge, AntoniaThe Royal pawnFictionKatherine of Valois, young wife and widow of Henry 5th, finds true love in Owen Tudor and begins a new English dynasty772ocn069670371com16030.70Holland, HughPancharis the first booke. Containing the preparation of the loue betweene Ovven Tudyr, and the Queene, long since intended to her maiden Maiestie: and now dedicated to the inuincible Iames, second and greater Monarch of great Britaine, King of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, with the islands adiacent573ocn005776357book19620.15Sisson, Rosemary AnneThe queen and the WelshmanFictionBased on the lives of Katherine de Valois and Owen Tudor562ocn649956065rcrd20100.10Bennett, VanoraBlood royalHistoryFictionHistorical fictionCatherine de Valois, daughter of the French King, is brought up in the unstable environment of the royal court, where her only friend is the poet Christine de Pizan. Married to Henry V as part of a treaty, she is terrified at the idea of being married to a man who is a foreigner, an enemy and a rough soldier. Within two years she is widowed, and mother of the future King of England and France. Caught between warring factions, she has to find her own way, if only for the sake of her baby son221ocn060840391com19920.94Holland, HughPancharis221ocn861356251book20140.10Hickson, JoannaThe Tudor brideHistoryFictionHistorical fiction221ocn056688448com19940.92Pix, MaryQueen CatharineDrama161ocn823220415com20130.08Hickson, JoannaThe agincourt brideHistoryFiction151ocn006159153book19060.98Elyock, P. AndrewCrowned before dawn : a drama in three acts for female charactersDrama+-+1134316155Fri Mar 21 15:21:33 EDT 2014batch17873