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Virgin mother, maiden queen

Helen Hackett

Virgin mother, maiden queen

Elizabeth I and the cult of the Virgin Mary

by Helen Hackett

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Published by Macmillan Press in Basingstoke .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Elizabeth -- I, -- Queen of England, -- 1533-1603.,
  • Mary, -- Mother of Jesus Christ.,
  • Queens -- England.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliography (p276-289) and index.

    StatementHelen Hackett.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[xii],303p. :
    Number of Pages303
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22820206M
    ISBN 100333566645

      Through a careful analysis of visual representations of the queen in various genres Doran concludes that the image of Elizabeth as a virgin came to the fore during the s – when Elizabeth was in her fifties and definitively past childbearing. It featured in ways that, especially in the later paintings, emphasised the power of virginity.


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But how could this be in. Virgin Mother, Maiden Queen: False history depends on neat antitheses, Reformation history more than most. England's move from Catholic Christendom to a more nationalistic Protestantism was consolidated in Elizabeth I's reign, and there has been a tradition - begun in Elizabeth's lifetime - of seeing her as the iconographical representation of this.

Abstract. Towards the end of Shekhar Kapur’s film, Elizabeth, the attractive young queen kneels before a statue of the Madonna and, taking inspiration from it, transforms herself into ‘the legendary Virgin Queen, formidable, untouchable and unbeatable’. 1 In the next scene, Kat Ashley hacks off the queen’s flowing tresses, fits a jewel-encrusted wig on her shorn head, and paints her Cited by: 7.

Queen of Heaven, and all the Earth. (Regina Caeli in Latin) is a title given to Mary, mother of Jesus, by Christians mainly of the Catholic Church and, to a lesser extent, in Anglicanism, Lutheranism, and Eastern title is a consequence of the First Council of Ephesus in the fifth century, in which Mary was proclaimed "Theotokos", a title rendered in Latin as Mater Dei, in English Attributes: Blessed Virgin Mary, crown of stars, flowers.

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Shakespeare and Elizabeth is the first book to explore the rich history of invented encounters between the poet and the Queen, and examines how and why the mythology of these two charismatic and enduring cultural icons has been intertwined in British and American culture. This book was first published in The Virgin Mary was one of the most powerful images of the Middle Ages, central to people's experience of Christianity.

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2 Commentators have often assumed that Spenser, like his fellow subjects, worshipped the Virgin Queen and wrote his epic romance in Cited by: 2. Helen Hackett is Professor of English at University College London, UK. She is the author of A Short History of English Renaissance Drama, Shakespeare and Elizabeth: The Meeting of Two Myths, Women and Romance Fiction in the English Renaissance, and Virgin Mother, Maiden Queen: Elizabeth I and the Cult of the Virgin Mary.

Behold, England's Sacred Virgin. The National Portrait Gallery Book of Elizabeth I. London: Scala, Virgin Mother, Maiden Queen: Elizabeth I and the Cult of the Virgin Mary. New York: St. Martin's, Print. O'Donoghue, Freeman Marius. A Descriptive And Classified Catalogue of Portraits of Queen Elizabeth ().

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Stanley Wells (New Penguin Shakespeare, ) Book chapters (since ) ‘Anne Boleyn’s legacy to Elizabeth I: neoclassicism and the iconography of Protestant queenship.’. second is a recent book by Helen Hackett entitled Virgin Mother, Maiden Queen.4 The sources cited in these two studies alone have a somewhat longer tale to tell than the scholars who cite them would appear to have realized.

Secondly, since I propose to elucidate the degree to which a few contemporary portrayals of Elizabeth borrow from Virgil's. Hackett, a reader in English literature at University College in London, has previously written a book Virgin Mother, Maiden Queen: Elizabeth I and the Cult of the Virgin Mary [Macmillan, ].

In her new book she elaborates upon that study by showing how the myths about Shakespeare have sometimes paralleled, sometimes counterpoised, and. Hackett, Helen, Virgin Mother, Maiden Queen: Elizabeth I and the Cult of the Virgin Mary () Hume, Martin, The Courtships of Queen Elizabeth (, ) Levin, Carole, The Heart and Stomach of a King: Elizabeth I and the Politics of Sex and Power (, ) Plowden, Alison, Marriage with my Kingdom (, ) SOURCES.

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