Emily Dickinson

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Mary TudorChenxi TangMedieval European HistoryMs. WalkerFebruary 28, 2014Mary I, Queen of EnglandContrasted with the other monarchs of the Tudor Dynasty, Mary I has been frequently deemed an extremely cruel religious revolutionary, earning the moniker Bloody Mary. Overshadowed by the skill of subsequent monarchs with far greater political and religious savvy, one must re-examine her rule in the context of the numerous limitations and tragedies she endured. Mary I was a queen better pitied, than scorned. Mary was born February 18, 1516 in London. She was the only surviving child of King Henry VIII and his first wife, Catherine of Aragon. She was baptized a Catholic in the Greenwich Church three days after she was born. As a child, Mary was often sick. She had eye diseases, and suffered from headaches1. Even though Mary had ill health, she was an intelligent child with a strong work ethic, and her early childhood was generally very happy. Marys first teacher was her mother, who taught her Latin2. In addition to this, Mary also learned Greek, science and music. She performed on the harpsichord in front of many guests before the age of five.3 In general, both her pare

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