In Search of the Ladies-in-Waiting to Anne Boleyn
by Sylvia Barbara Soberton
Paying attention to the women who surrounded Anne Boleyn helps to clarify myths and misunderstandings about her elevation and her demise.
Revisiting Lady Rochford and Her Alleged Betrayal of Anne Boleyn
Sylvia Barbara Soberton's new book argues that Jane Boleyn, long blamed for the accusations against her husband George and sister-in-law Anne that led to their deaths, has been unfairly scapegoated.
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