Vivat! Vivat Regina!

Vivat! Vivat Regina!

Robert Bolt / Jun 05, 2020

Vivat Vivat Regina Two rival monarchs who never met Scotland s Mary Queen of Scots and her cousin Queen Elizabeth I of England Elizabeth is a woman who has given up on love and family in order to maintain a firm grasp

  • Title: Vivat! Vivat Regina!
  • Author: Robert Bolt
  • ISBN: 9780435231057
  • Page: 329
  • Format: None
  • Two rival monarchs who never met Scotland s Mary, Queen of Scots and her cousin, Queen Elizabeth I of England Elizabeth is a woman who has given up on love and family in order to maintain a firm grasp on power Mary is a reckless, impulsive woman ready to risk power for love.While Elizabeth gains the early victory and the death of Mary It s Mary s son that later rules.

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    About "Robert Bolt"

      • Robert Bolt

        From Son of a small shopkeeper, he attended Manchester Grammar School He later said that he made poor uses of his opportunities there He went to work in an insurance office, but later entered Manchester University, taking a degree in History A post graduate year at Exeter University led to a schoolmaster s position, first at a village school in Devon, then for seven years at Millfield During this time he wrote a dozen radio plays, which were broadcast Encouraged by the London success of his stage play Flowering Cherry he left teaching for full time writing 1960 saw two of his plays The Tiger And The Horse and A Man For All Seasons running concurrently in the West End.


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    1. I love history plays, particularly about early modern history. Bolt's play pits two of the most important women in early modern English history against one another--Elizabeth I and Mary, Queen of Scots (if you were to throw Mary Tudor in there, and maybe let Lady Jane Grey make a cameo, you'd have the full set of powerful women who contended over the fate of the British island during the EM era). But while Elizabeth and Mary battle each other, it is clear that their struggles are, in fact, mirro [...]


    2. This is a play about Elizabet 1 and Mary Queen of Scotts. It's about power and being female and what you are raised to be versus what you are and the balance of duty and personal enjoyment. My favorite thing about this play was the introduction which is really interesting, but the play itself is also quite good. I encourage everyone to read Robert Bolt. I really enjoyed him. I am definitely interested in reading and working on more of his stuff.


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