[PDF.ePUB.MOBI] Boudicca Author Thomas Jerome Baker – serv3.3pub.co.uk

[PDF.ePUB.MOBI]  Boudicca Author Thomas Jerome Baker – serv3.3pub.co.uk ✻ [EPUB] ✰ Boudicca By Thomas Jerome Baker ❅ – Serv3.3pub.co.uk This book is historical fiction In the form of a story with multiple narrators it mixes historical fact historical people historical places and historical events with imagined people imagined places a This book is historical fiction In the form of a story with multiple narrators it mixes historical fact historical people historical places and historical events with imagined people imagined places and imagined events This is done in order to entertain the reader Further it has the capacity to promote reflection on the role of women in our society; past present and future I hope you enjoy your story I thank you kindly for selecting my book to purchase and thank you in advance for your review I am most grateful to youWho was ueen Boudicca She is the Warrior ueen of the ancient Iceni tribe She is England's first female ruler Who was ueen Boudicca Tacitus the Roman historian tells us she was a loving and devoted wife obedient yet fully emancipated loyal to her people a loving mother a determined foe a fierce warrior in battle and someone who never accepted defeat Who was ueen Boudicca She was the woman who all of England's future rulers men and women would be measured against up to the present day Margaret Thatcher's Iron Lady nickname is a reference that goes back to the Iron Age the time period which produced ueen Boudicca In that sense Iron Lady is a very fitting tribute to a woman who left a remarkable legacy of her courage and Iron WillYes Boudicca is a controversial historical figure In spite of Tacitus she is little understood For some ueen Boudicca will be forever a barbarian warlike incapable of peacefully compromising with the Romans for the greater good of all For others she will be ruthless vengeful bloodthirsty even How much blood must flow when a wrong is committed against your family and your people What price would you pay for freedom The only one who could properly answer these uestions is the one who has suffered at the hands of the conuerors In this book Boudicca has a voice She tells her side of the story opportunely alongside the Roman view told by Tacitus In other words history and fiction merge with both Tacitus and Boudicca able to voice their views of the same historical event These voices are explicit and implicit and does make place for a neutral omniscient narrator alongside the voices of conueror and conuered The victor does not silence the loser in this storyYou will be left to draw your own conclusions about ueen Boudicca My task was to allow her to speak yours is to listen when she speaks and render your judgement I now give you instead of history as told only by the victor I give you the voices of both parties Roman and Iceni I hope you enjoy the story of Boudicca Warrior ueen.

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