Daily Life in Elizabethan England, Jeffrey L. Singman

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One Response to “Daily Life in Elizabethan England, Jeffrey L. Singman”

  1. Mia C. Says:

    Summary:
    Basically this book is about, as most would guess by the title, the life of people in Elizabethan England. Everything from folk songs, how clothes were made, laws, how the money system works, and even how the hierarchy was ruled. If you enjoy this era, then I recommend you read this. I especially liked the part that explained the currency.

    Evaluation:
    A book that is purely made to inform, almost like an almanac for the day and age it was written of. Showing exactly what the people did and how they did it, even why they did what they did if you were curious enough to go off and try looking for that type of information. Well here it is! Just for your reading pleasure.

    Rating:
    four out of five stars.

    Recommended:
    The Six Wives of Henry VIII, Alison Weir.

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