Margaret of Anjou

Jacob ABBOTT (1803 - 1879)

Margaret of Anjou, wife of England’s Henry VI, played a key role in launching the storied War of the Roses – the 30-year civil conflict fuelled by the Lancasters and the Yorks, each vying for the British throne in the 15th century.

Genre(s): Historical Fiction

Language: English

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Play 01 01 - Preface and Chapter I. The Houses of York and Lancaster Cate Barratt
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Play 02 02 - Chapter II. Manners and Customs of the Time Cate Barratt
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Play 03 03 - Chapter III. King Henry VI Cate Barratt
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Play 04 04 - Chapter IV. Margaret's Father and Mother Cate Barratt
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Play 05 05 - Chapter V. Royal Courtship Cate Barratt
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Play 06 06 - Chapter VI. The Wedding Cate Barratt
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Play 07 07 - Chapter VII. Reception in England Cate Barratt
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Play 08 08 - Chapter VIII. The Story of Lady Neville Cate Barratt
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Play 09 09 - Chapter IX. Plottings Cate Barratt
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Play 10 10 - Chapter X. The Fall of Gloucester Cate Barratt
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Play 11 11 - Chapter XI. The Fall of Suffolk Cate Barratt
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Play 12 12 - Chapter XII. Birth of a Prince Cate Barratt
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Play 13 13 - Chapter XIII. Illness of the King Cate Barratt
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Play 14 14 - Chapter XIV. Anxiety and Trouble Cate Barratt
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Play 15 15 - Chapter XV. Margaret a Fugitive Cate Barratt
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Play 16 16 - Chapter XVI. Margaret Triumphant Cate Barratt
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Play 17 17 - Chapter XVII. Margaret an Exile Cate Barratt
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Play 18 18 - Chapter XVIII. A Royal Cousin Cate Barratt
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Play 19 19 - Chapter XIX. Return to England Cate Barratt
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Play 20 20 - Chapter XX. Years of Exile Cate Barratt
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Play 21 21 - Chapter XXI. The Reconciliation with Warwick Cate Barratt
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Play 22 22 - Chapter XXII. Bitter Disappointment Cate Barratt
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Play 23 23 - Chapter XXIII. Childless, and a Widow Cate Barratt
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Play 24 24 - Chapter XXIV. Conclusion Cate Barratt
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