Presented in the same style as the author's first two volumes in the 'Eye-witness' series of English social history, this fascinating anthology throws open a window upon one of the richest periods of create activity in England's story. 

The kings and queens of the Tudor century - Henry VIII, Anne Boleyn, Mary, 'Bloody' Mary who tried to put the clock back, Elizabeth I - are here, in their own writings and those of their often brilliant contemporaries; but so too are the adventures and the playrights, the clerics, the educators and the ordinary men and women of England at a time of great change. 


A. F. Scott

Every One A Witness - The Tudor Age