How To Be a Tudor

How To Be a Tudor Original Publication Date Temporarily Changed To First US Publication Date For Purposes Of Goodreads Choice Awards On The Heels Of Her Triumphant How To Be A Victorian, Ruth Goodman Travels Even Further Back In English History To The Era Closest To Her Heart, The Dramatic Period From The Crowning Of Henry VII To The Death Of Elizabeth I Drawing On Her Own Adventures Living In Re Created Tudor Conditions, Goodman Serves As Our Intrepid Guide To Sixteenth Century Living Proceeding From Daybreak To Bedtime, This Charming, Illustrative Work Celebrates The Ordinary Lives Of Those Who Labored Through The Era From Sounding The Hue And Cry To Alert A Village To Danger To Malting Grain For Homemade Ale, From The Gruesome Sport Of Bear Baiting To Cuckolding And Cross Dressing The Madcap Habits And Revealing Intimacies Of Life In The Time Of Shakespeare Are Vividly Rendered For The Insatiably Curious.

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  • Hardcover
  • 336 pages
  • How To Be a Tudor
  • Ruth Goodman
  • 09 October 2017
  • 1631491393

10 thoughts on “How To Be a Tudor

  1. says:

    This review is about football mostly The book had quite an original format as the author delineated what the average Tudor citizen would be doing at that hour There are so many books on the Tudors that I wasn t surprised I didn t learn much but what I did learn was that the most popular sport then was still the most popular sport in the UK But although the name is the same, the game is quite different.Back then the pitch was the common ground between two villages The object was to capture th This review is about football mostly The book had quite an original format as the author delineated what the average Tudor citizen would be doing at that hour There are so many books on the Tudors that I wasn t surprised I didn t learn much but what I did learn was that the most popular sport then was still the most popular sport in the UK But although the name is the same, the game is quite different.Back then the pitch was the common ground between two villages The object...

  2. says:

    Excellent coverage of the Tudor day, from dawn to dusk Covers everything from why inheriting the second best bed wasn t an insult beds were very valuable items to the Tudor belief in female testicles Since it covers a great range of ...

  3. says:

    This was an amazingly different book that was quite a fun read for nonfiction Goodman takes research a step deeper than most, truly immersing herself in the Tudor lifestyle.As the name of the book indicates, the book is set up like an outline of a typical day in the life of average Tudor era people Beginning with waking up with the sun, Goodman discusses what people wore, what their beds were made out of, how they kept clean, and every other aspect of life Well, maybe not ev...

  4. says:

    There are hundreds probablylike thousands of books texts writings available focusing on the lives of major Tudor era figures However, these celebrities were a minority in the population so what about the common, everyday folk What were their lives like Ruth Goodman visits and lives the lives of people just like you and me during the Tudor period in, How to Be a Tudor A Dawn to Dusk Guide to Tudor Life.Ruth Goodman is n expert when it comes to historical accuracy and reenactmen There are hundreds probablylike thousands of books texts writings available focusing on the lives of major Tudor era figures However, these celebrities were a minority in the population so what about the common, everyday folk What were their lives like Ruth Goodman visits and lives the lives of people just like you and me during the Tudor period in, How to Be a Tudor A Dawn to Dusk Guide to Tudor Life.Ruth Goodman is n expert when it comes to historical accuracy and reenactment and has a personal interest in the Tudor period Goodman thereby crafts How to Be a Tudor into a unique piece combining elements of an academic text, memoir, how to guide, and a day in the life of personalization literally focusing on the full day of civilian life in Tudor England although royalty and peerage is still occasionally addressed Initially, all of this meshing of styles feels clunky and ill conc...

  5. says:

    This was fascinating As with her book on the Victorian Age How to Be a Victorian , this is well organized, well written, and well edited I liked it so much I bought it As a contrast to the Victorian book, which I was reading in parallel, life was slower to change in Tudor times There were laws about things you wouldn t expect, such as the sumptuary laws, which among other things decreed how much yardage, of whic...

  6. says:

    Packed with detail, but rarely bogged down in it This book did an excellent job of making Tudor era lifestyle real and, to some extent logical Did they take baths No But did they have other ways to stay clean Apparently yes and the author used them for months with good results Meals, clothing, chores, careers, church, and pasttimes she covers them all and often mixes in her own experiences She knows first hand how well using rushes to cover the floor works I have never heard of the au Packed with detail, but rarely bogged down in it This book did an excellent job of making Tudor era lifestyle real and, to some extent logical Did they take baths No But did they have other ways to stay clean Apparently yes and the author used them for months with good results Meals, clothing, chores, careers, church, and pasttimes she covers them all and often mixes in her own experiences She knows first hand how wel...

  7. says:

    As completely meticulous and as organized as her last book, How to Be a Victorian, this book was one that I read practically out loud, sharing so many interesting facts from it It s a DENSE book, but Ruth Goodman is such a passionate, clear, talented writer that she never ever loses you in the density I read it in conjunction with watching Tudor Monastary farm, which is the perfect combo Not only of brilliant history and life, but then you get Ruth s bursting enthusiasm and geekiness abou As completely meticulous and as organized as her last book, How to Be a Victorian, this book was one that I read practically out loud, sharing so many interesting facts from it It s a DENSE book, but Ruth Goodman is such a passionate, clear, talented writer that she never ever loses y...

  8. says:

    Ruth Goodman is one of my favourite historians, and I ve enjoyed watching her in the following documentary series Tudor Monastery Farm, Victorian Farm, Edwardian Farm, Wartime Farm and Full Steam Ahead. In How To Be a Tudor A Dawn to Dusk Guide to Everyday Life, Ruth covers every stage of the day sleeping, when to rise, washing, dressing, breakfast, education, dinner, men and women s work, leisure time and activities, supper and bedtime.Goodman packs a punch into these 300 pages and her experi Ruth Goodman is one of my favourite historians, and I ve enjoyed watching her in the following documentary series Tudor Monastery Farm, Victorian Farm, Edwardian Farm, Wartime Farm and Full Steam Ahead. In How To Be a Tudor A Dawn to Dusk Guide to Everyday Life, Ruth covers every stage of the day sleeping, when to rise, washing, dressing, breakfast, education, dinner, men and women s work, leisure time and activities, supper ...

  9. says:

    Review I found this book to be a little gem of interesting facts about normal life under the Tudors Most books on the Tudors look at the monarchs and the court, but this one looks at a rather different angle with sections on clothes, living conditions, towns, occupations, education andIt s a great addition to any Tudor library to give you some extra background information on conditions in the 16th century However, it could do with some background on some of the noble houses like Hever Review I found this book to be a little gem of interesting facts about normal life under the Tudors Most books on the Tudors look at the monarchs and the court, but this one looks at a rather different angle with sections on clothes, living conditions, towns, occupations, education andIt s a great addition to any Tudor library to give you some extra back...

  10. says:

    The Tudor era comes alive Ruth Goodman weaves a tale of kings, queens, peasants, artisans, and other peoples from the late fifteenth, sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries.The book illustrates how people s views on sex, religion, childbirth, education, marriage and other things varied and they often had to ...

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