The Tsar and the Queen: “You Speak a Language that I Understand Not” View Full Text


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DATE

2011

AUTHORS

Anna Riehl Bertolet

ABSTRACT

In a letter dated October 24, 1570, from Ivan IV of Russia to Elizabeth I of England, the tsar declared his bitter disappointment and anger with Elizabeth’s protracted unrespon-siveness to his political proposals. This letter marked a climactic point of the epistolary relationship between the two sovereigns. While Ivan’s earlier messages to Elizabeth skirted the issue of their different genders, this letter presents it as his principal objection, blaming the queen’s reluctance on her lack of authority by virtue of her being a woman: And wee had thought that you had been ruler over your lande and had sought honor to your self and profitt to your countrie, and therefore wee did pretend those weightie affaires betweene you and vs; But now wee perceive that there be other men that doe rule, and not men but bowers and merchaunts the which seeke not the wealth and honour of our maiesties, but they seeke there own profit of marchauntdize: and you flowe in your maydenlie estate like a maide.1 More... »

PAGES

101-123

Book

TITLE

The Foreign Relations of Elizabeth I

ISBN

978-1-137-59641-3
978-0-230-11855-3

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1057/9780230118553_5

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/9780230118553_5

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