My Lady of Cleves
A NovelBook - 1946
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Anne of Cleves, fourth queen to the much-married Henry VIII, is remembered for the king's swift rejection of her. My Lady of Cleves depicts Anne before her brief marriage, as a competent lady of her household in Germany; during, as she struggles to understand the vastly different customs of the English court and its ruler; and after, while she builds a new life for herself as "The King's Sister". All the while she holds tight to her friendship with Hans Holbein, painter of the portrait that made her a queen.
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