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Lucrezia Borgia: Life, Love and Death in Renaissance Italy Paperback – 27 Oct 2005
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Bradford's zest for this era is contagious. ("USA Today") A lively view of Lucrezia, capturing the glamour and tragedy of her story. ("The Wall Street Journal") This is also a tender and intimate account of a misunderstood and passionate woman. ("Elle")
About the Author
Sarah Bradford is an historian and biographer. Previous books include biographies of Disraeli, winner of the New York Times Book of the Year; George VI; Elizabeth II and Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis (2001). She lives in London.
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There are other books about the period - I bought Mary Hollingsworth's "The Cardinal's Hat" about Lucrezia's son, Ippolito d'Este at the same time, and that's really very good indeed - and so I suggest you skip this one and go straight to something readable.
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Sarah Bradford succeeded in putting perspective on the times in which the much maligned Lucrezia was born and lived throughPublished 9 months ago by Isabel Mahon
Very confusing all the players not really enough about Lucrezia early onPublished 22 months ago by Nelson Bell
Book is missing ALL the illustrations! Annoying but not insurmountable.Published 23 months ago by Muppet
Book advertised as being in very good condition, which it is. Content rather disappointing for Sarah Bradford, though. Read morePublished on 25 Feb. 2015 by K8P
This book is stuff for serious study, not fun to read. Rich in detail. Did't finish it, wchich is wery unsusla for me.Published on 20 Jan. 2013 by Ari Hirvi
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