Mary Stuart, or Mary Queen of Scots was a tragic figure in Reformation history. Thrown into high positions of politics and international intrigue, she was out of her depth and tossed about by the inconsistencies of her own character and temperament. She was the victim of Lord Cecil’s plots and Belloc tells her story here. The podcast here on the blog is available now for Donor Subscribers.
It is also published here at BreadBox Media.
Go here to listen to episode 11 of my reading of an abridged version of Hilaire Belloc’s Characters of the Reformation. To listen free at BreadBox media go here.
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