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The She-Wolf of France. by Maurice Druon

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Published by Scribner in New York .
Written in English


  • Isabella, Queen, consort of Edward II, King of England, 1292-1358 -- Fiction

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Edition Notes

Translation of La Louve de France.

StatementTranslated from the French by Humphrey Hare.
SeriesHis The accursed kings [5]
LC ClassificationsPZ3.D8447 Sh 2
The Physical Object
Pagination335 p.
Number of Pages335
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5799575M
LC Control Number60012603

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  Isabella the 'She-Wolf of France' Isabella of France was born in Paris, the daughter of Philip IV of France and Joan I of Navarre, the daughter of Henry I, King of Navarre. No record survives of her birth, but calculations based on the date of her marriage . The She-Wolf was featured in Pollock’s first solo exhibition, at Art of This Century gallery in New York in MoMA acquired the painting the following year, making it the first work by Pollock to enter a museum collection. Gallery label from Abstract Expressionist New York, October 3, Ap Isabella of France (c. ), who married Edward II in January , is one of the most notorious women in English history. In /26, sent to her homeland to negotiate a peace settlement between her husband and her brother Charles IV, Isabella refused to return to rating: /5.   Also known as: Isabella Capet; She-Wolf of France More About Isabella of France. Daughter of King Philip IV of France and of Jeanne of Navarre, Isabella was married to Edward II in after years of negotiations. Piers Gaveston. a favorite of Edward II, had been exiled the first time in , and he returned in , the year Isabella and.

Isabella: She-wolf of France, Queen of England. by. 02 November iStock. Pimlico, (); Church Times Bookshop ) Isabella of France, wife of Edward II of England, was a notorious femmfatale. The stone corbel that bears this likeness of her is in BeverleMinster. From the book.   Isabella of France ( – 22 August ) was the Queen consort of England as the wife of Edward II of was also Regent of England for her son Edward III of England when he was too young to rule. Until she was a traditional queen consort. After that time she had one of the worst reputations of any English queen.   Castor's book differs from Norton's in that it is limited to just five queens – Matilda, Eleanor of Aquitaine, Isabella of France, Margaret of Anjou, and Mary Tudor – and is concerned only. In Newgate Street, in the city of London, stand the meagre ruins of Christ Church. On the same site once stood a royal mausoleum set to rival Westminster Abbey in the fourteenth century. Among the many crowned heads buried there was Isabella of France, Edward II's queen - one of the most notorious femme fatales in history. Today, popular legends speak of how her angry ghost can be glimpsed.