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A collection of irreverent, tongue-in-cheek, side-splittingly funny Tudor history spoofs from the insane, but rather clever, Ann Nonny. For the first time since the 16th century, we are able to share over 40 celebrated spoofs by Tudor literary genius (read mad woman) Ann Nonny. Her writing provides us with a unique insight into Tudor England, and the soap opera which was Henry VIII's life. Nonny's work will doubt find its way into the annals of English history and be enjoyed for many centuries to come. Tales in this book include:
20 Things to Remember When Marrying Henry VIII
The Second Boleyn Tart
Bring Out Your Dead
The Six Ex-Wives of Henry
If Only There Had Been a Prenup
... and many more.
We would like to warn you t to drink coffee or any other beverage while reading this book. This book is definitely t for children...
Ann Nonny was born in a hovel in the year c.1520, her maiden name is not known. She married Non Nonny in 1534 and they had a total of 36 children. Some of her descendants gained high public office in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, including a couple of previous English Prime Ministers and a famous Mayor of London. Ann's writings were found by chance when sniffer dogs were searching the west bank of the Thames in the late 1800s. It took over one-hundred years to decipher her mad and often incoherent ramblings, but here they are! We think Ann started her literary career at the time of Anne Boleyn's execution in 1536, but that is only a guess based on the amount of blood stains found on the manuscript. Her writing provides us with a unique insight into Tudor England and will no doubt find its way into the annals of English history. Postscript: Ann died in a mad house in 1570. A sad end to an incredible life.