Honors in English, Honors in History
Date of Award
John Rankin Ph.D, Kevin O'Donnell Ph.D.
Thesis Professor Department
Martha Michieka Ph.D, Daniel Newcomer Ph.D
Writers and historians from earlier centuries imagined Anne Boleyn as a villain; a forward and evil woman intent on destroying Henry VII and his image. Modern accounts have been more accommodating, offering that she was misunderstood due to the constraints of the times. In an attempt to discover the historical Anne, I will be comparing and contrasting how she has been perceived in fiction and non-fiction literature, and will examine how the perception of Anne has shifted through time.
East Tennessee State University
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Nicholson, Amanda S., "Anne Boleyn: Living a Thousand Lives Forever" (2017). Undergraduate Honors Theses. Paper 423. http://dc.etsu.edu/honors/423
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