ⓘ Cultural depictions of Mary I of England

                                     

ⓘ Cultural depictions of Mary I of England

  • The Queens Sorrow 2008 by Suzannah Dunn. The novel attempts to show the other side to Mary, as seen through the eyes of Rafael, a member of the entourage of Philip II of Spain.
  • Appears as Princess Mary in Hilary Mantels 2009 novel Wolf Hall.
  • Mary Tudor: A Play in a Prologue and Three Acts 1936 by Wilfred Grantham and its 1945 radio adaption Mary Tudor.
  • Queens Lady 1981 by Patricia Parkes.
  • In the Time of the Poisoned Queen 1998 by Paul C. Doherty. Mary I dies of poisoning, immortal Nicholas Segalla investigates a historical mystery with many suspects.
  • Dracula and the Bloody Mary: A Tragicomedy early 21st century by Santiago Sevilla. A theatrical play, published in Liceus El Portal de las Humanidades. Liceus.com. Features Count Dracula in the courts of Edward VI of England and Mary I.
  • Her Mothers Daughter 2009 by Julianne Lee is a novel about Marys life.
  • Queen Mary 1875 by Alfred, Lord Tennyson. A theatrical play.
  • Mary, Bloody Mary 1999 and Beware, Princess Elizabeth 2001 by Carolyn Meyer. Both novels are part of the Young Royals series. The first depicts Marys teenaged years, the second Elizabeths teenaged years. Both attempt to explore their experiences at the time and how said experiences shaped their later lives.
  • Mary, the Infamous Queen 1971 by Maureen Peters. The novel tells Marys life through her reign.
  • The Ringed Castle 1971 by Dorothy Dunnett. Part of the Lymond Chronicles. The novel includes a sympathetic portrayal of Marys marriage and pregnancies.
  • Elizabeth I: Red Rose of the House of Tudor 1999 by Kathryn Lasky. The novel is part of the juvenile historical-fiction series The Royal Diaries. Mary is a prominent character and is portrayed as a bitter rival to her half-sister Elizabeth.
  • Marie Tudor 1833 by Victor Hugo.
  • Daughter of Henry VIII 1971 by Rosemary Churchill. Features Marys struggles against her father Henry VIII of England.
  • Innocent Traitor 2007 and The Lady Elizabeth 2008 by Alison Weir. Two novels covering the adversarial relationship of Mary with Lady Jane Grey and Elizabeth I.
  • Kissed by Shadows 2003 by Jane Feather. Conclusion of the Kiss Trilogy, a "complex historical drama" series set in the 16th century.
  • The Prince and the Pauper 1881 by Mark Twain. The novel includes a depiction of Mary before her accession as a "grimly holy Lady Mary". The short appearance had a considerable influence on her negative image, given the enduring popularity of Twains work.
  • In the Shadow of the Crown 1988 by Eleanor Hibbert. A historical novel focusing on the Tudor Queens.
  • The Queens Fool 2004 by Philippa Gregory. The novel depicts Marys rise to power and reign in a very sympathetic light, and makes an effort to revise her long-lasting horrific image. It shows her through the eyes of a devoted and loving servant - without hiding the horror of the persecutions.
  • The Tower of London 1840 by William Harrison Ainsworth.
  • Young Bess 1944, Elizabeth, Captive Princess 1948, and Elizabeth and the Prince of Spain 1953 by Margaret Irwin. A trilogy focusing on the early years of Elizabeth I of England and her relationship with Mary and Philip II of Spain.
  • I Am Mary Tudor 1971, Mary the Queen 1973, and Bloody Mary 1974 by Hilda Lewis. A trilogy focusing on Marys life from the cradle to the grave. The books include a "psychological exploration of Marys character", a sympathetic character who grows "increasingly paranoid and deluded" in her later years.
  • In the Garden of Iden 1997 by Kage Baker. A science fiction novel, involving time travel.
                                     
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