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Alison Weir quotes: 'Britain's Royal Families' became my first published book, in 1989, from The Bodley Head, and the rest of the story is - dare I say it? - history! 'Britain's Royal Families' became my first published book, in 1989, from The Bodley Head, and the rest of the story is - dare I say it? - history!
Alison Weir quotes: An objective viewpoint was beyond her; she was single-minded to a fault. An objective viewpoint was beyond her; she was single-minded to a fault.
Alison Weir quotes: I waste so much time sleeping. And time is of all losses the most irrecuperable, for it can never be redeemed. I waste so much time sleeping. And time is of all losses the most irrecuperable, for it can never be redeemed.
Alison Weir quotes: History was a hobby for about, oh, 20 years before I got into print. History was a hobby for about, oh, 20 years before I got into print.
Alison Weir quotes: between Scylla and Charybdis, between Scylla and Charybdis,
Alison Weir quotes: What she loved was being admired, being wanted, being pursued - but she did not think she wanted ever to be caught. What she loved was being admired, being wanted, being pursued - but she did not think she wanted ever to be caught.
Alison Weir quotes: I cannot go with you all the way on your journey, but I would go as far as I might I cannot go with you all the way on your journey, but I would go as far as I might
Alison Weir quotes: If only they would all just leave me alone with my books and my letters, I would be content to let life, and the world pass me by If only they would all just leave me alone with my books and my letters, I would be content to let life, and the world pass me by
Alison Weir quotes: I prefer to be left alone with my books. I prefer to be left alone with my books.
Alison Weir quotes: You must pray to God for forgiveness because I can give you none You must pray to God for forgiveness because I can give you none
Alison Weir quotes: A king was the Lord's anointed, hallowed at his coronation with holy oil. A king was the Lord's anointed, hallowed at his coronation with holy oil.
Alison Weir quotes: Again, she may have made the equation that sexual involvement was inextricably linked with death. Again, she may have made the equation that sexual involvement was inextricably linked with death.
Alison Weir quotes: They inhabited a lost world of splendour and brutality, a world dominated by religious change, in which there were few saints. They inhabited a lost world of splendour and brutality, a world dominated by religious change, in which there were few saints.
Alison Weir quotes: Often, little brother, there is no smoke without fire. Often, little brother, there is no smoke without fire.
Alison Weir quotes: ... only one man could have been responsible for their deaths: Richard III. ... only one man could have been responsible for their deaths: Richard III.
Alison Weir quotes: When these with violence were burned to death,We wished for our Elizabeth. When these with violence were burned to death,
We wished for our Elizabeth.
Alison Weir quotes: Some of my subjects do not know what is good for them, Some of my subjects do not know what is good for them,
Alison Weir quotes: Kat embraced her, concealing her dismay as best she could. For these few months, fraught as they were, Elizabeth had been entirely hers again. Kat embraced her, concealing her dismay as best she could. For these few months, fraught as they were, Elizabeth had been entirely hers again.
Alison Weir quotes: 7. CCR; Robert of Reading; Murimuth; Dugdale, Monasticon; Annales 7. CCR; Robert of Reading; Murimuth; Dugdale, Monasticon; Annales
Alison Weir quotes: If silences could be pregnant, then this one went to full term. If silences could be pregnant, then this one went to full term.
Alison Weir quotes: There are too many Dudleys already in this world There are too many Dudleys already in this world
Alison Weir quotes: My lady, for your virtue and goodness, God would receive you in rags. My lady, for your virtue and goodness, God would receive you in rags.
Alison Weir quotes: In the South of England northerners were regarded then as uncouth, brutish, undisciplined savages ... In the South of England northerners were regarded then as uncouth, brutish, undisciplined savages ...
Alison Weir quotes: But what use was the semblance of power without the substance? But what use was the semblance of power without the substance?