The women in the 2001 French film Brotherhood of the Wolf each choose a different way to survive, offering them the mistaken impression they’re in control of their own lives.
Catherine Howard was elevated from obscurity, burned fire bright, and died for it.
Anne of Cleves was out of her depth at English court, but wound up living longer and happier than any of Henry's other wives.
Taking a closer look at the brief marriage and reign of a kind woman who is oven overshadowed by the drama of her predecessors.
You have likely come across Laurel Thatcher Ulrich’s well-known quote, “well-behaved women seldom make history,” on ironic cross-stitch samplers, tote bags, and fridge magnets. Removed of its original context, it has become a rallying cry for women to make history by misbehaving, suggesting that the only way to stand out is to misbehave. In context…
How a runaway teen pregnant with her married lover's child revolutionized the publishing industry.
It took seven years for Anne to become Queen. It only took four months for her to lose everything, including her head.
On the hidden rage of pretty blond girls filmed in soft focus.
In which we learn how Anne Boleyn forced her way into history through sheer force of amazingness.
The second half of Katherine's life began with a series of miscarriages and ended with her death.