As queen of Spain, Isabel I of Castile (Isabella the Catholic) laid the foundations for its emergence as the largest empire the West has ever known. This is the first book to examine the formation of the queen’s image, focusing on strategies used to cope with the dissonance created by the combination of her gender and her patriarchal political program.
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