5 edition of Building Hardwick found in the catalog.
Claire W. Dempsey
Includes bibliographical references (p. 62-64).
|Statement||Claire W. Dempsey.|
|LC Classifications||NA735.H36 D45 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 64 p. :|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||91076814|
Get this from a library! Devices and desires: Bess of Hardwick and the building of Elizabethan England. [Kate Hubbard] -- "The critically acclaimed author of Serving Victoria brilliantly illuminates the life of the little-known Bess of Hardwick--next to Queen Elizabeth I, the richest and most powerful woman in. Devices and Desires: Bess of Hardwick and the Building of Elizabethan England. by Kate Hubbard. Rated stars. No Customer Reviews. Select Format. Hardcover. $ Hardcover $ Paperback. $ Paperback $ Audio CD. We personally assess every book's quality and offer rare, out-of-print treasures.
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Enjoy captivating views and a new Hardwick experience on our roof. A walkway installed last year as part of ongoing building conservation work gave the Hardwick team an exciting opportunity to enable visitors to experience the breath-taking views from the top of our iconic Elizabethan mansion. Climb. Sparkling, immensely readable a spirited, wonderful portrait of that iron-willed anomaly. Kate Hubbard spends a good deal of time on all those dead husbands and all those famous buildings, but she also draws in the bewildering details of Bess’ inevitable entanglements with the politics of her day (it was a perilous but also alluring thing to be any kind of rival to Queen Elizabeth, and.
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This book is meticulously researched and filled with detail, which makes Bess of Hardwick seem very real and amazingly modern. She was shrewd as a builder and knew how to navigate the men's world in which she lived.
I especially enjoy the lists of household expenses, all derived from documents stored in Hardwick's "Evidence Room"/5(11). This book gives the reader a very in depth look at Bess of Hardwick. It surprised me that there is so much information available about her considering the times but that is just one of many things that will surprise you about Bess.
She was a woman far ahead of her time. I would recommend this book to anyone who wants to learn about Bess/5(72). Hubbard has written with a focus on the building projects Bess did in Derbyshire at Chatsworth, Hardwick Hall, Owlcotes, etc., as well as other great building projects that were going on at the same time in other areas of late 16th century England: Longleat, Wollaton, Theobalds, etc.
Bess, who through four marriages, smart business dealings /5. Get this from a library. The building of Hardwick Hall. [Philip Riden; David N Durant;] -- Hardwick Hall is the seat of the Duke of Devonshire, located in the parish of Ault-Hucknall, Derbyshire.
It was built by Elizabeth Hardwick, commonly known as "Bess of Hardwick.". Bess of Hardwick: Empire Builder by Mary S. Lovell is a very detailed biography of England’s most influential and richest woman (second to the Queen) of the 16th century.
In this book, Lovell sets out to correct earlier biographies’ mistaken accounts of Bess and to reveal the highly intelligent, personable and politically savvy woman she was/5.
Hardwick Hall (grid reference), in Derbyshire, is an architecturally significant Elizabethan country house in England, a leading example of the Elizabethan prodigy between and for the formidable Bess of Hardwick, it was designed by the architect Robert Smythson, an exponent of the Renaissance style of ck Hall is one of the earliest examples of the.
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Hardwick is a hamlet and civil parish in the county of Cambridgeshire, England with a large housing estate located about 6 miles ( km) west of the city of Cambridge, England.
The hamlet lies immediately south of the A road between Cambridge and St is about 4 miles ( km) east of the newly developed city of hamlet is nearly on the Greenwich Meridian.
Bess of Hardwick emerges from Devices and Desires as a fascinating and influential woman well deserving of many historians’ attention.
BBC History. Engagingly traces Bess of Hardwick’s astonishing rise, her sometimes fraught experience amid Tudor power struggles, and her legacy as a patron of architecture and the decorative arts.
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In Praise of Elizabeth Hardwick. a book unlike any preconceived notion I had of what a novel could be — I moved on from it easily. an eruption of everything that had been slowly building.
Welcome to Hardwick, whose stunning houses and beautiful landscape have been created by a cast of thousands. It was the formidable 'Bess of Hardwick' who first created Hardwick in the s. In the centuries since then her descendants, farmers, gardeners, builders, decorators, embroiderers and craftsmen of all kinds have contributed and made.
Kate Hubbard tells the story of Bess of Hardwick in clear and engrossing writing while carefully navigating the complexities of building, entitlement, estate, marriage, and politics in Tudor England. The author does this without losing the subject in the history and personalities of the times.
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Having purchased from her brother the family manor house at Hardwick, she set about renovating it. Three years later, her estranged husband died and Bess inherited one third of his disposable lands. Almost immediately, she turned her attention to building another Hardwick Hall, adjacent to the old one.
Devices and Desires: Bess of Hardwick and the Building of Elizabethan England Kate Hubbard. Harper, $30 (p) ISBN Buy this book In this engaging, well-researched. Johnson and Hardwick Hall, Room XXX (Only list the residence hall the student resides) N. Broad Street Philadelphia, PA Johnson Hall Temple University's ° Virtual Tour.
Hardwick Hall Temple University's ° Virtual Tour. Featured Video. Temple University. This book will take its place rightly as the definitive biography of Bess of Hardwick-- Roy Strong, Country Life Part biography and part building history, considering along the way the erection of Elizabethan prodigy houses, such as Longleat, Theobalds, Reviews: Results 1 - 46 listings related to Hardwick, MA on See contacts, phone numbers, directions, hours and more for all business categories in Hardwick, MA.
This interactive publication is created with FlippingBook, a service for streaming PDFs online. No download, no waiting. Open and start reading right away! Aided by a quartet of judicious marriages and a shrewd head for business, Bess of Hardwick rose from humble beginnings to become one of the most respected and feared countesses in Elizabethan England—an entrepreneur who built a family fortune; created glorious houses (the last and greatest built when she was a widow in her 70s); and was deeply involved in matters of the court, Reviews: 8.
Elizabeth Hardwick was a critic, essayist, fiction writer and a co-founder of The New York Review of Books. the key event occurred at the twin building up the street from hers, over a dinner.