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Edward is remembered as one of England's most successful kings. One of the things that made The Tudors so fun to watch was the beautifully ornate yes, I know, inaccurate I only know that the closer he gets to his brothers, the further he feels from me. This could've been an excellent series but for the total inaccuracies that should've lent to the story instead of detracting. As an amateur medievalist, I was very familiar with the story, and the series sticks very close to fact as we know it, while giving a nod to the book on which this is based. I've heard that the show isn't completely historically accurate, but, first of all, it's an adaptation, so you should expect inaccuracies like in many other period dramas. Years slip by in a moment, dismissed with clunky exposition, the rooms with their hangings become interchangeable and claustrophobic, and though some windows shine brightly, it becomes increasingly difficult to see the kingdom for the queens.
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It's gonna be axed after 2 seas max anyway. Great informative review of The White Queen Dezz. Y ou probably shouldn't miss the scene in the second episode when Elizabeth Woodville is finally brought to the court as the new queen and goes to get introduced to the king's mother Duchess Cicely. I've seen most of the episodes already and I was hooked after the first. I feel you should open a book.
Please try again later. Tuesday, September 24, Women of the White Queen: I do understand your point. Really, you're going to diss a show because it requires a little more brain activity. Old enemies make new alliances as Lord Warwick's quest for power reaches desperate levels.